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Old 23rd Aug 2006, 15:44
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... of course I know flightinternationaljobs.com but what about others? there are so many- which one is the best for our business?

(by the way C550Bravo Cpt, 3200 Hrs total flying time, 500 PIC, any job offers?)

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Old 23rd Aug 2006, 15:48
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Try this http://www.aviationjobsearch.com/employer.asp?catID=20
 
Old 23rd Aug 2006, 20:33
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try http://www.ebanmagazine.com/mag_jobs.html

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Old 24th Aug 2006, 08:30
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www.climbto350.com
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Old 24th Aug 2006, 08:50
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Old 24th Aug 2006, 10:55
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www.cockpitjobs.de mainly jobs in Germany / Austria
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Old 24th Aug 2006, 22:24
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www.planejobs.com
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Old 20th Sep 2006, 21:03
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Old 9th Oct 2006, 12:07
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aivation job website

Dear pilots,

I am looking for a web site that could help me to know how are recruiting, I know aviation career or pilots job, but unfort. all the requirements are very hight, min, 1500 h it seems, do you know a good site were I could try to log in and hope in a chance from my low 740 h....???

thanks for any advice,
all answers will be well appreciated...

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Old 9th Oct 2006, 14:09
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Originally Posted by emmma View Post
Dear pilots,

I am looking for a web site that could help me to know how are recruiting, I know aviation career or pilots job, but unfort. all the requirements are very hight, min, 1500 h it seems, do you know a good site were I could try to log in and hope in a chance from my low 740 h....???

thanks for any advice,
all answers will be well appreciated...

EMmanuele.
Try flightdeckrecruitment.com
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Old 10th Oct 2006, 09:19
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Thanks guys!
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Old 10th Oct 2006, 12:41
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www.avjobs.com

subscriber service mainly covering USA. Very effective
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Old 10th Oct 2006, 13:05
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Hi

Has anyone any comments on the cv/cover letter design offered on www.pilotcareercenter.com ?
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Old 8th Apr 2009, 09:26
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www.flightglobal.com and www.willflyforfood.com seem to be nice too!

... and also www.linkedin.com if not directly related but pretty useful!

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Old 8th Apr 2009, 17:54
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Shame most of then are USA market-geared and the EU ones contain outdated or inacurate info, judging from the calls I made in the past few days.

Very hard times for jobseekers or those willing to switch to a new seat...

Best luck

PZ
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Old 9th Apr 2009, 13:59
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try www.airappoint.com

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Old 10th Apr 2009, 06:12
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Generalisation

Most web sites these days either fishing for crew for non existant or highly speculative clients wims.

For example, I was asked by an agency to prepare a CV for a CLIENT who needed my type of services. I followed this up after a week,a nd was told that they do not yet have the contract for this client but wanted to have a "list" to present to the client, to show that they had the resources to satisy the clients needs.

Climb to 350 has easy access for operators to advertise directly to crews, and is mostly a good clean site. However clients who have satisfied thier needs should delete the position, but they dont. This makes the market look better than it is.

Most agencies, and web sites cut and paste from other recruiters, and thus the market looks inflated.

I am certain that there are reputable recruitment organisations, but I am reluctant to mention any by name.

There is one agency based in ZRH that has honest listing, perhaps they could run a European version of 350, with some small improvements.

Flight International has perhaps the best unbiased job listing.

Thats my 1 cent worth.
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Old 10th Apr 2009, 16:33
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hey windy

letsay we have more time to prepare for an interview! ... but overall you are right ... it's not a good moment and we know that... but if you are able to find a job in this b**t you are a rocking star!

... buy the way there is a section in www.smartcockpit.com (flight crew connect) that maybe useful!

good luck to all the job hunters
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Old 12th Apr 2009, 02:10
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Maybe a dumb question but why when it comes to airplane job seach sites you have to pay but helicopter job seach sites are free?

Also is there any 30 day on 30 day off rotation corporate operators out there that are international so you could live anywhere you wanted on your time off.

Thnaks for any info
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Old 13th Apr 2009, 19:35
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Hi guys,

I'd like to know if that would be possible for a low timer with a FAA licence to get job in Africa or anywhere else (worlwide) as a bush pilot for exemple or anything else but not as an instructor, just to log in and then applying in bizjet companies.
What do u think??
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