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Use NBAA’s Jobs Board to Advance Your Career

As business flying continues to rebound from pandemic-induced travel restrictions, the industry’s need for qualified professional talent is growing substantially.

For both business aviation organizations seeking talent and industry professionals looking for employment, the NBAA Jobs Board provides a platform to find both qualified workers and career opportunities.

Besides being a clearing house for business aviation career opportunities, the NBAA Jobs Board offers numerous resources that can assist jobseekers.

For example, the board enables current and aspiring business aviation professionals to search an extensive list of open positions, create job alerts and post resumes. The career center currently features more than 6,000 employers.

“The NBAA Jobs Board enables current and aspiring business aviation professionals to search an extensive list of open positions, create job alerts and post resumes.”

The board also offers tips on how job candidates can use a free resume-review service to fine tune their list of professional credentials in order to make themselves stand out from the crowd.

The NBAA Jobs Board also provides business aviation professionals advice on how to network effectively, establish and maintain a social media presence, put their best foot forward in job interviews, build their brand, get promoted and move their careers forward.

Learn more about NBAA Jobs at

Member Benefits

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Get the VIP Experience at NBAA-BACE

Professional members of NBAA will enjoy the VIP experience at NBAA-BACE, which will be held Oct 12-14 in Las Vegas. Benefits include:

  • Access to the NBAA Professional Lounge during show hours, where attendees can rest their legs, refuel with a beverage or snack, and take advantage of free WiFi.
  • $20 in food vouchers good for use at any convention center food vendor.
  • $20 in Uber credit to help you get to and from the event.

To secure your VIP experience, become a Professional member for $195, enjoy these same perks, plus the member registration price at NBAA-BACE.

Existing NBAA members can secure VIP access by adding an Affiliated Professional Membership for $30.

AMT Scholarships Deadline Approaching Fast

Current or aspiring business aviation maintenance technicians are eligible to apply for NBAA’s AMT maintenance scholarships, which cover 35 courses donated by 15 education and training providers. The deadline to apply for these scholarships is Sept. 24.

Professional Development

Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference Coming to Las Vegas

The NBAA Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference will return in-person to Las Vegas Oct. 10-11. This event occurs immediately before the 2021 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), and all Tax Conference attendees also receive complimentary registration to NBAA-BACE.

With the business aircraft market seeing significantly increased transaction activity, the Tax Conference will cover the critical tax and regulatory planning steps necessary for a successful aircraft purchase or sale.

Attendees will also learn how to maximize the value of business aircraft ownership through immediate expensing, which now applies to pre-owned aircraft.

Due to the unprecedented impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, business aircraft owners and operators are facing challenging questions on how to classify commuting flights and make business-use versus personal-use determinations.

To help owners and operators make these decisions, members of NBAA’s Tax Committee will analyze these complex rules and discuss some real-world scenarios. The recent IRS rulemaking on commuting flights will also be part of the discussion.

Finally, the Tax Conference will cover the most talked about “hot topics” in business aviation. From enhanced enforcement of aircraft exports to the challenging aviation insurance market, this is the can’t miss event for anyone involved in the ownership or operation of a business aircraft.

New Certified Aviation Managers

Joshua Bieszard, CAM
Verizon Aviation

Michael Bruskotter, CAM
Captain/Safety Adviser
Marathon Petroleum Co.

Tyler Conner, CAM

Kenyon Cox, CAM
Chief Pilot
River Road Investments

Joseph Davis, CAM
Cruise Pilot & Maintenance Technician
Airflite, Inc.

Craig Eagle, CAM
Chief Pilot
JMI Services, LLC

Lucas Houser, CAM
Marathon Petroleum Co.

William Leppert, CAM

Bryan Lipson, CAM
Verizon Aviation

Stefan Mueller, CAM
International Standards Senior Captain
Altria Client Services

Peter Ruskay, CAM
Outpost International, LLC

Axel Schmitz, CAM

Stephen Stowe, CAM
Aircraft Certification Experts Inc.

Christopher Sylvia, CAM
Flight Captain
Electric Boat/General Dynamics

Carrie Wicht, CAM
Corporate Flight Coordinator/FAA Licensed Dispatcher
Harley-Davidson Motor Co.

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NBAA FBO Partnership Network Sees Significant Growth Since Launch

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Earn Your Scheduler Certificate on Your Schedule

Take your career to the next level. Earn your Business Aviation Scheduler Certificate on your own time with an online course provided by NBAA.
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NBAA Offers Marketing Assistance to Members

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