Aviation Job Firm Celebrates 10 Years of On-line Job Placement Worldwide
PR Log - Feb 22, 2013 - AviaNation.com, the premier job posting site for aviation jobs around the US and the World celebrates their 10 year anniversary in aviation job placement.
Formed in 2003, AviaNation (http://www.AviaNation.com) now has over 4,000 registered employers who post their open positions and search the database of over 65,000 member applicants when looking to fill open vacancies.
Applicants are able to see the jobs as they are posted, and respond directly to the employer / recruiter with their resume or CV. AviaNation does not get in the middle of the applicant’s hiring process, nor do they take any salary when the applicant is accepted. AviaNation receives an average of 25 new job postings every day.
“We are unique in the industry, in that we have a worldwide database of jobs and applicants” says Tim Kirkwood, AviaNation’s Director of Member Companies, “When the recession caused the industry to slump in the US, AviaNation was able to offer positions in India and China, which were growing at that time”.
Now that the aviation industry in the US has recovered, AviaNation is poised to guide a new group of applicants to their future in the skies. AviaNation also reaches out to aviation students, as well as displaced or furloughed airline employees with their free resume-posting service, and their access to the AviaNation jobs pages. Interested applicants can see these current job offerings at http://www.AviaNation.com/student. "This is our way of giving back to the industry." says Kirkwood, "If you've lost your job, it just seems wrong to require you to pay to find a new one at a time when every dollar counts."
AviaNation is proud to be corporate sponsors of Women in Aviation (http://www.wai.org) and Women in Corporate Aviation (http://www.wca-intl.org), and members of the National Business Aircraft Association (http://www.nbaa.org). In March, AviaNation will be exhibiting at the Women In Aviation annual conference, this year being held in Nashville, TN.