Aviation Opportunities

Private aviation is continuing its record surge in demand. But beneath the surface, the industry is dealing with severe supply chain issues

Interested in a career as an aviation professional? You’re not alone! Aviation jobs are among the most popular in the world, with an estimated 1.34 million people employed as pilots, aircraft engineers, or airline ground staff worldwide.

Aviation professionals work for airlines and flight schools, as well as for federal regulators like the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and the Department of Transportation (DOT). They also work for aircraft manufacturers, maintenance firms, and other companies involved with flying.

The job market is robust—but you have to be ready to take action!
Check out our list below to see what we’re looking for.

Airline Pilots

Pilots are required to hold at least a commercial pilot license (CPL)

Aircraft Enineers

LAME must hold the relevant subcategory (B1.1 or B1.3 for turbine engines and B1.2 or B1.4 for piston engine maintenance)

B2 LAMEs or individuals with an appropriate aviation maintenance technician certificate (AMT)

Airline Ground Staff

Trainee Airlines Services Operator and Customer service/administration