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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Virtual Career Fair 2022

The FAA offers a cross section of high paying jobs to support Air Traffic nationwide including air traffic controllers, system specialists, engineers, administrative staff, trainers, and so much more.

There are many lucrative high paying job opportunities in the FAA for those who seek them out. I worked 30 plus years with the FAA starting as an electronics system specialist, transferred to a training instructor position, project engineer, and training program manager. My last government position was technical operations manager at the Greater Pittsburgh International Airport’s air traffic control tower.

You will discover that federal government offers attractive benefits, a comprehensive three-tiered retirement plan with generous vacation and sick leave. Plus, they offer student loan payoff assistance for hard to fill positions.

If you are interested in a career in aviation join their virtual career fair on September 15 at 12 PM ET to 5:00 PM EDT. You will have the chance to speak 1-on-1 with experts from a variety of different fields, view current openings, and more.

Register at https://bit.ly/3B0yMSA

Why should you attend?

  1. Break through conventional barriers and actually engage with an employer!
  2. Gain unparalleled access to a live person on our team.
  3. Get tailored answers to your specific questions.
  4. Discover if this is the job and company for you.
  5. Take charge of your career and put yourself in the driver’s seat!

Sign up now to find out what opportunities are available in your area; you will be pleasantly surprised.

About The Author

Dennis V. Damp is a retired federal manager, business owner, career counselor and veteran. Damp’s The Book of U.S. Government Jobs was awarded “Best Career” title by the Benjamin Franklin Awards Committee. Damp is the author of 28 books, a recognized employment expert, and a retired federal manager with 35 years of service. He worked for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and held numerous supervisory and management positions and was responsible for recruiting, rating and interviewing applicants, outreach and hiring. His last government position was technical operations manager at the Pittsburgh International Airport’s air traffic control tower.