CANSO ATM Jobs Board A Runaway Success

CANSO has hailed its ATM Jobs Board - www.canso.org/atmjobs - a runaway success" with more than 20,000 hits since it went live five months ago.
Recruiting the most suitable, qualified candidates is one of the ongoing challenges that our Members face on a daily basis, said CANSO Director General Graham Lake.
 
Commercial recruitment services are costly, untargeted, and often have little experience of the aviation sector. At the request of our Members, CANSO launched its ATM Jobs Board in September last year to cater to the specific needs of the ATM industry. By leveraging our vast network of ATM professionals, the service helps advertisers target the most suitable candidates for a wide range of ATM related jobs, including air traffic controllers, engineers, safety experts, senior managers, and more.

After five months of operation and 20,000 recorded hits, he added, the Jobs Board is proving to be a runaway success. It is another example of a CANSO service that is developed by the industry, for the industry, and we want to thank our Members for their support.

In January 2011, CANSO further enhanced the service by launching an ATM Jobs email alert, which delivers the most recently updated vacancy announcements direct to the inbox of subscribers.
Any organisation looking to advertise jobs related to Air Traffic Management is welcome to use the service and to date, a total of 21 ANSPs, industry suppliers and recruitment companies, have used the site.
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