As you can very well imagine, we receive thousands of registrations and applications.
This means that we have on file hundreds of resumes titled My Resume or some
other very common document names. This makes it very difficult to electronically
search and sort efficiently candidate files and documents.
The important thing
here is to ensure as much as possible that each document has a unique name.
Putting your first and last name with the middle initial will help to that
effect. Putting the family name first helps with document searching
In the case of technical candidates (pilots and
maintenance technicians), adding the aircraft type and position
or document type will greatly assist employers sorting various
candidates and t heir documents from each other.
To avoid confusion
and facilitate searching and sorting documents, here are a
few name suggestions.
|- CV Smith John E, B737NG
||for a line captain
|- CV Smith John E, B737EFIS TRI.doc
||for a TRI
|- CV Smith John E, B727 FO.doc
||for a first officer
|- CV Smith John E, B737NG TECH.doc
||for a maintenance technician
|- CV Smith John E, .doc
||for a non technical resume
|- Smith John E, FAA ATPL
||for the front side of an
|- Smith John E, JAA ATPL B.jpg
||for the back side of a JAA license
|- Smith John E, ICAO CPL A.jpg
||for the front side of an ICAO license
|- Smith John E, FAA Medical.jpg
||for a FAA medical certificate
|- Smith John E, Passport.jpg
||for a passport
|- Smith John E, B737NG CourseCert.jpg
||for a course certificate
|- Smith John E, ProfCheck A.jpg
||for the first page of a proficiency
|- Smith John E, ProfCheck
||for the second page of a proficiency