Employment opportunities for flight dispatchers are often available through one of the major airlines as well as with one of the regional carriers. However, the best opportunities for pay and autonomy is typically through a private jet operator. Finding work with
Aviation Employment Board – A free site, the Aviation Employment Board features job openings for business and commercial aviation. Registration is free and you may post your resume for free as well. Visit www.aviationemploymentboard.net for all the details.
Hot Jobs – Owned by search engine giant Yahoo, Hot Jobs is a job board that lists hundreds of thousands of opportunities at any given time. Aviation opportunities are, however, fairly limited. Registration is free and you may list your resume for free too. Visit www.hotjobs.com to find out more.
Climb to 350 – One of the largest aviation sites online, Climb to 350 lists an assortment of opportunities including Aviation Dispatcher positions. Their annual fee is $105, but occasionally the site runs specials where the charge drops to $49 for one year. Visit www.climbto350.com for more information.
NBAA – The National Business Aviation Association is the premier organization representing private jet operators. If you are a member of the NBAA – annual dues are generally assessed at $350 per person or organization – then you have access to the association’s job board which lists opportunities generally not found elsewhere. Visit www.nbaa.org for more information.
Other sites listing Aviation Dispatcher positions include: Aviation Jobs Online, Skyjobs, AvCrew, AEPS, and JS Firm. Belonging to more than one paid site is generally a waste of money as virtually all the paid sites share similar job opportunities.