Press Release: Demand for skilled, professional aviation workers takes off in Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City, Okla. – The aviation industry is booming in Oklahoma City and throughout the state. APA Services, a national aviation and recruiting placement firm, has several hundred job openings in Oklahoma City and Tulsa for MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) employees as well as Sheet Metal Mechanics, Structures Mechanics and Design Engineers. Some of the positions are entry level. APA Services is offering unmatched compensation packages for qualified candidates.
“When you become part of the APA team, you get exposure to the most desirable aviation jobs in the United States. APA offers competitive pay packages, hassle-free payroll services and great benefits in Oklahoma City and throughout the country. Our client companies in Oklahoma City and throughout the entire state offer top positions in aviation and the cost of living and quality of life in this region is extremely favorable,” explained APA Services Principal and Director Nicole Minter.
According to the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, there are more than 230 aerospace & aviation firms employing more than 36,000 people. A recent study from the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission says it is a $44 billion dollar industry statewide. APA Services says the aviation job market in Oklahoma City and statewide has been strong in 2017 and they expect that trend to continue and get stronger in 2018.
About APA Services
Based in Fort Worth, Texas, APA Services is a Tier 1 supplier to the aviation and aerospace industry, specializing in the placement of seasoned mechanics, technicians and engineers across the United States and worldwide. The company was founded in 1999 by Danny McKee, a former sheet metal mechanic at Lockheed and then Gulfstream, which was APA Services first customer. McKee runs the company with his daughter, Nicole Minter, who is a Principal and Director. In addition to Fort Worth, APA Services has offices in Indianapolis, Kansas City, Little Rock and Mobile.
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