This story is part of AIN's continuing coverage of the impact of the coronavirus on aviation.
Aviation employment website JSfirm is enhancing its utility to industry job seekers during this period of uncertainty with several free services including resume reviews and daily job posting alerts.
Users with a free account on the company’s website can request a review of their resume from one of JSfirm’s professional member advocates, who will rate its effectiveness. For people needing extra assistance, additional resume services are available.
Those seeking employment can also receive free alerts when opportunities matching their experience and job preferences are available, as well as set up notifications for when specific companies are hiring.
“We want to be sure that each job seeker is showcasing their talents and experience through their resume,” said Abbey Hutter, the company’s executive director. JSfirm daily job alerts are a fantastic way for job seekers to be sure they don’t miss jobs that are relevant to them in the locations they want to work.”
In partnership with the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association, JSfirm also recently awarded two scholarships to aviation students. Aviation Mechanic Student Awards of $1,000 and $500 respectively were presented to Christian Wood, a student at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and JuliAnne Miller, who attends Lansing Community College, both of whom have exhibited academic excellence in their programs.