CE650 New Mexico

khsgt

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CE650 SIC needed, part 91 corporate flight department, applicant will be sent to simuflite.

45-50K salary

Relocation REQUIRED to southeastern New Mexico

No benefits (unfortunately)

cessna650@gmail.com

I'm looking for someone that is familiar with west texas/se NM and dosen't mind helping run a corporate flight department. We are a two man show...for all the good and bad that implies.

Do not PM me for job information, please send all inquiries to the above listed e-mail.

you can see the ad on climbto350 or avcrew.com
 

khsgt

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No More Resumes...Thanks!
 

khsgt

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In the 5 days that the ad was up on climbto350 and avcrew, 550 resumes, 80% with over 2000 hours TT.
 

California

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my head is going to explode.

any tips on how to stand out with climbto350 and others?

thanks
 

ksu_aviator

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my head is going to explode.

any tips on how to stand out with climbto350 and others?

thanks

Have a professional, well thought out, cover letter pasted in the e-mail. You would not believe the number of people that send nothing more than flight times and work history.

Those that do send a comment or two in the e-mail type like retarded monkeys banging on a keyboard.

Put something like:

Thank you for taking a moment to review my qualifications. You will find that my experience and expertise will be a great asset to your business. Your company has a reputation for excellence and safety that will...blah...blah...blah

You get the point. Butter them up. Make them feel like you are star struck with their superior operation and then make them think that you are such a stud that they can't do without you. No problem. Right?

Of course, you have to do that without being obvious or cocky. Plus, you should avoid using the words I and my as much as possible. I'm not saying eliminate I and my, but don't use it so often that you look self centered.
 
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