Recruiting for top talent in the aviation industry can be tedious and stressful – we’d hate to think that your recruitment process was taking up the majority of your working day. With this in mind, maybe it’s time for an update?
Ready to see your recruitment strategy fly? Then consider these three tips below:
Know what you need
Have an in-depth understanding of the role you are advertising for, before you set your job advert live. If you can gain a deeper knowledge on the skillset needed for the role, and the type of person, you’ll quickly be able to determine who has the experience required to succeed in the role. The job description you create will also be more specific and detailed, therefore improving the quality of candidates who apply.
Specify in your job description
A job description is the first insight a quality candidate in the aviation industry will have of your company. Don’t waste the opportunity to get them excited about the role you’re advertising for. Create an effective, impactful description – and make it unique. Paint a picture of what the role entails and what success looks like. Posting a job advert that breeds opportunity, positivity and uniqueness will attract, and convert.
Build your pipeline
Posting your job advert on your website alone may not bring as much visibility as you would like to see – branch it out through a niche job board like Aviation Job Search. We have over 637,000 candidates on our database, just waiting for an aviation job like yours to catch their eye. And we have email alerts set up to specific categories – so as soon as you post your job with us, it goes straight to the relevant candidate’s inbox.
If you’re ready for your recruitment process to take off, give Aviation Job Search a call today on: 01772 639605 to discuss your options.
Considering advertising your jobs with us? Take a look at the recruiter section on our website to see what we can do for you.
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