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Care4Jets® welcomes your registration with our database. If you are seeking a job in the aviation industry as a technician and want to give us a try please do. In this page you can register your profile, submit your CV and additional information. You can also apply to a specific job.

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Employers have little time to read every CV, so it is essential that it makes a first good impression. It should concise, accurate and relevant. In this page we have writing guidelines and a template. Additional information can also be found that will assist you in preparing yourself for the interview.

Welcome to Care4Jets, in this page you will find different ways to present yourself to our team and, more importantly, to the prospective employers. Always remember that there is no second chance to make a first good impression.

Try, as much as possible, to follow the commonly used rules when creating a CV:

• Keep your curriculum vitae simple. Your curriculum vitae must be concise. Your curriculum vitae must be easy to read. Your curriculum vitae must sell you. And your curriculum vitae must be tailored to what the reader is looking for.

• This means that your curriculum vitae must be presented professionally, clearly, and in a way that indicates you are an ideal candidate for the job, i.e., you possess the right skills, experience, behavior, attitude, morality that the employer is seeking. The way you present your CV effectively demonstrates your ability to communicate, and particularly to explain a professional business proposition.

• Put yourself in the shoes of the employer: write down a description of the person they are looking for. You can now use this as a blue-print for your CV. The better the match the more likely you are to be called for an interview.

• If you find it difficult to match your own CV description to the requirements of the role, then perhaps the role isn't for you. There's little or no point distorting or falsifying yourself in order to get a job. If you falsify yourself in your CV you'll be unlikely to provide the necessary proof of your claims at interview, and even if you manage to do this and to get the job, then you'll not be able to do the job enjoyably without stress.

• CV´s should fill no more than 2 or 3 pages

• Put your name at the top of the front page with your contact details directly underneath, include your mobile number and email address for contact.

• Use bullet points.

• Put the most important information first.

• Always keep a positive attitude.

• Keep the CV updated.

Interview Tips (Finding Your Next Job)

Your CV shows that you have the skills and experience to do the job. Now you have the opportunity to persuade your potential future employer in person.

Ensure you have made a note of the time and place of the interview, along with the name of your interviewer(s).

Make a list of possible questions you may be asked and prepare your answers:

• Strengths and weaknesses.
• Breakdown of specific duties in your current role.
• Notable achievements - personal and work related.
• Reasons for leaving your current position.
• Aspects of the job that appeal to you most.
• Where you see yourself in five years time.

Be prepared to ask questions at the interview. The company will want to know that you are interested in the opportunity they are offering.

• What goals do the company have?
• Where do they expect to be in five years time?
• How will this role develop?
• Who are the company's direct competitors?

First impressions do count, especially if your position involves a degree of face-to-face communication with management. Take time to get your best suit dry cleaned and make sure your shoes are clean and your hair is tidy. Remember, you never get a second chance to make a first impression!

• Under no circumstances should you arrive late. Plan your journey in advance and give yourself plenty of time to overcome the hazards of train delays and traffic jams. If for any reason you do get delayed, telephone your consultant with your estimated time of arrival.

• Creating a good rapport is important. Greet your interviewer(s) by name, with a smile and a firm handshake.

• Throughout the interview maintain eye contact with your interviewer(s) and watch your posture.

• Don't waffle or avoid difficult questions. When you are asked questions, remember that this is an opportunity to sell yourself. Try not to give to many 'yes' or 'no' replies.

• If you feel the interview is not going well, do not be put off. Some companies use this technique to test your reactions.

• Be positive and never talk negatively about your current or previous employer.

• Remember to ask the questions you prepared before the interview. (It is acceptable to bring notes into the interview with you.)

• Do not ask about salary, holidays or benefits at the first interview stage.

• If you are interested in the job, make sure you let the interviewer(s) know before you leave by saying why you like the role.

• Thank the interviewer(s) for their time.

Telephone your consultant with your interview feedback. We cannot contact the client until we know your views. Don't despair if you do not get the job. Treat every interview as experience.


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Care4Jets Ltd strongly believes in the importance of keeping the personal information of our candidates private. Your information will never be used for any use beyond that stated. Also, we will not sell, trade or rent your personal information to others. You have the right to change, add or delete your personal information at any time. When you register your CV with Care4Jets it will be made available to our consultants and prospective employers in connection with the recruitment process unless you request otherwise. In order to keep our records up to date with your precise requirements you should update your info and files on a regular basis.

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