Aviation Job Search is pleased to announce that it has been shortlisted for Best Job Board at the 2019 Global Recruiter Industry Awards.


The Global Recruiter Industry Awards celebrates the achievements made over the last year by organisations within the recruitment industry, and by wider users of recruitment services. They mark out best practice and the most exciting players in the sector today.


This year, there were a record number of entries and judges have chosen their finalists though a very high calibre of candidates for each category, and Aviation Job Search has been included in this shortlist.


Aviation Job Search has been running for 20 years as a niche aviation job board, connecting airlines and other aviation organisations with top talent.


News of the nomination was well received by Aviation Job Search’s CEO, Ian Partington:


“We’re very pleased with this nomination. Being in the industry for two decades, this confirms that we’re moving in the right direction, giving jobseekers visiting our site the best possible experience while they search for jobs.


“We’ve placed a great focus on being more candidate driven over the last couple of years, making a number of changes to the website based on feedback from our jobseeker database, and incorporating some of the latest automation trends. So it’s great to see that we’re being recognised for our efforts worldwide.”


The 2019 Global Recruiter UK Industry Awards will take place on 20th June at the Cafe de Paris in central London.

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