Mechanic hotline gets easier for prospective employees

Aviation International News » March 2007
March 8, 2007, 6:06 AM

Reliance Aerotech Services (RAS) of Nashville, Tenn., has launched a toll-free recruitment hotline to make it easier for prospective employees to contact the company’s recruiters. RAS provides outsourced aviation maintenance personnel and integration solutions for the defense, government, business and commercial aviation markets.

“We strive to deliver the best possible experience for aviation professionals when they work with us,” said Ron Jordan, the company’s general manager. “The new recruitment hotline bypasses our main menu to allow prospective employees to communicate directly with a recruiter when they call.”

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