NCBAA aspires to be a powerful force regionally, sponsoring advocacy for business aviation, promote aviation safety, and provide mentoring and development of business aviation professionals.
Next NCBAA Meeting Tuesday, August 16th!
Our next luncheon meeting is scheduled for August 16th with Gulfstream as the sponsor. They will also present a brief look on the development of the G500/600 aircraft.
Join your peers in business aviation for an afternoon of networking and learning from one of the industry's most forward-thinking industry leaders, Sheryl Barden, as she explores emerging trends, critical issues, and solutions impacting the future of business aviation talent.
The aviation talent shortage is now. And aircraft owners and operators are realizing that building the skilled workforce they need to succeed is becoming increasingly difficult and expensive.
Hear a "State of the Union" overview of the aviation hiring trends and key issues affecting corporate flight departments and high-net-worth owners.
Learn what level of compensation packages are needed to attract top talent as well as strategic ways to work with your HR partners and executive leaders to develop a plan to manage your most valuable asset: PEOPLE.
Who should attend?
Aviation managers and leaders responsible for hiring and development of aviation talent
Flight department’s partner in Human Resources or the Family Office
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics, designs, develops, manufactures and supports the world’s most technologically advanced business-jet aircraft. Gulfstream has delivered more than 2,500 aircraft to customers around the world since 1958. Gulfstream currently offers the G150™, the G280™, the G450™, the G550™, the G500™, the G600™, the G650™ and the G650ER™. For more information about Gulfstream, - www.gulfstreamnews.com
Student Job Fair was a Success!
On Tuesday July 12th, NCBAA supported a Job Fair for entry level positions into private aviation. Flite Logistics, a charter service company, sponsored the event and Signature Flight Support at SJC provided the venue. Approximately 125 individuals were in attendance as a panel consisting of recently graduated students shared their experiences and introduced various career options in Business Aviation. Several local aviation centric employers actively interviewed candidates for open positions in Business Aviation. Twenty-five mentors from corporate aviation were also on hand to answer questions on career options. Additional information on the event will be shared at our upcoming Luncheon on Tuesday August 16, 2016.