Transport and Aviation
Many professionals belong to the field of transportation and aviation. Each has its own essential and significant role: a pilot and a driver operate land and air vehicles to transport goods, and transport people from place to place, a mechanic and a tire repairman are engaged in locating and handling vehicles, and service personnel such as air steward and ground steward. Airline customer service and inspectors manage traffic on land, air, and sea and ensure everything runs smoothly. Harmonious work of all professionals enables the passage of goods and commuters across the country and internationally.
Because it is such a wide and varied field, many job seekers will be able to find work that suits their skills and interests - both people with academic education and extensive work experience and students and discharged soldiers who do not have previous work experience.
A diagnostic tester or diagnostician is a person who works in a garage together with a car mechanic, car electrician, and service consultants. The tester's role is to inspect the vehicle and diagnose various malfunctions. In performing the test, the diagnostic tester uses a variety of technological systems. The tester must have technological abilities, a developed technical sense, and the ability to work independently.
As part of the job, the diagnostic tester is required to know how the vehicle's various systems work, how to use the different diagnostic systems, read drawings and undergo many advanced training courses to stay up to date in the vehicle world and the evolving technology that is integrated into it. Diagnostics are needed in private garages and garages of large companies, car agencies, insurance companies, car rentals, and so on. To be hired, the experience must be gained in the field of automotive mechanics in English, and advantage will usually be given to holders of a certification certificate from a vocational school.
A vehicle tester is a person who is responsible for verifying the propriety of all vehicle systems and certifying that the vehicle is in good working order and safe on the road. The tester performs a technical inspection of vehicles technically, i.e., vehicle systems, and physically, i.e., bodywork, tires, etc. The vehicle tester uses various measuring instruments such as wheel pressure and air pollution measurement, and other technological systems.
To be hired as a vehicle examiner, you must demonstrate knowledge in mechanical and technical work, have experience in the field of vehicle mechanics, and have a certification certificate from a professional school. A vehicle tester is required to demonstrate overthinking, reliability, integrity, seriousness, and responsibility, as his work is significant and he is responsible for the safety of the vehicle occupants. Vehicle testers are usually needed in garages and licensing institutes.
A flight attendant is an aircrew member on a passenger plane in an airline who is in charge of the safety and well-being of the passengers and the provision of various information and services. The flight attendant's role includes multiple tasks in the areas of safety, service, and sales. Some of the flight attendant's duties include safety briefings before, during, and after the flight, serving food and drink, selling various products to passengers, and generally being the liaison between the pilots and passengers.
Before being hired as a flight attendant, the job applicant must pass personal interviews, screening tests, and a course at the airline's training center. In addition, the flight attendants are required to have a high level of initiative and service consciousness, a dignified and representative appearance, knowledge of the English language at a high level, and knowledge of another language will be an advantage.
Ground attendants (also known as Passenger Service attendants) are staff members who provide professional service to passengers from the moment they arrive at the airport until the moment of flight. The job includes checking the flight tickets and travel documents, allocating seats on the plane, issuing a boarding pass, labeling and sending luggage to the plane, selling preferred seats, managing the process of boarding the passengers, and receiving passengers from incoming flights and passengers in transit and more.
Ground attendants must have a high level of initiative and service consciousness, a dignified and representative appearance, knowledge of the English language at a high level, and knowledge of another language will be an advantage. It is also important to note that since this is around-the-clock work, readiness for shift work and weekends is required.
An auto electrician is a person who diagnoses various faults in the vehicle and repairs them, upgrades the different vehicle systems, and maintains the vehicle. Electricity is part of the automotive mechanics industry, specializing in integrated technology. The automotive electrician must understand both the automotive world and the electrical world. The nature of the job requires seriousness, agility, responsibility, and perseverance.
Auto electricians are needed in private garages and garages of large companies, car agencies, insurance companies, car rentals, and so on. To be hired as a car electrician, the person must have experience in the field of car mechanics, have a technical sense, have theoretical knowledge of electricity, and be willing to work hard. Holders of certification certificates from vocational schools, holders of certification in electricity and air conditioning, and holders of driver's and electrician licenses may be given an advantage.
Aviation and Marine Electrician
An aviation and marine electrician is a person who specializes in the maintenance, fault diagnosis, fault repair, and operation of aircraft and vessel engines. Also, the electrician is responsible for the maintenance of the systems of the tools. Aviation and marine electricians need to understand their combination of electricity, aircraft, and vessels. The professional must have a well-developed technical sense, work with different technological systems, keep abreast of innovations in the field, work well in a team and work in an orderly and safe manner.
Job requirements are usually appropriate technical certification, experience in technical work, willingness to work hard, seriousness, responsibility, ability to work independently, honesty, and reliability. An advantage may be given to those who come from the technical formation of the Air Force or the Navy.
A pilot is a person trained to obtain a commercial pilot's license and is licensed to fly aircraft such as an airplane or helicopter. The relevant license can be obtained after a military or civilian pilot course. In addition to knowledge of flight, the pilot must demonstrate an understanding of theoretical topics such as air constitution and aviation law, general technical knowledge of aircraft, navigation principles, how to use maps and plan flight paths, and knowledge of meteorology.
The pilot must present a valid commercial pilot license, at least 500 flight hours, good health, knowledge of the English language, self-learning ability, functional abilities under pressure, responsibility, honesty, and reliability. An advantage may be given to graduates of the Air Force Flight School (graduates of a pilot course). Pilots are usually needed on airlines.
A sailor is a ship worker (usually a junior employee) who takes care of day-to-day operations: storing goods, handling equipment on board, steering, mooring, and more. Sailors may stay in the middle of the sea for long periods and anchor on land for short periods only, so this job is not suitable for everyone. Sailors have different roles, requiring different knowledge, experience, and skills, so admission conditions can vary from position to position.
In general, seamanship is suitable for people aged 15 and over with physical strength and the ability to work hard.
A mechanic is a person who is engaged in various machines' construction, assembly, and maintenance. Mechanics usually specialize in a particular field, for example, car mechanics or aircraft mechanics. However, even mechanics specializing in a particular field sometimes have sub-specializations such as specialization in electrical systems, steering systems, air conditioning systems, etc. Responsibilities vary from job to job but usually include preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, performing proper inspections, and more.
Mechanics usually undergo vocational training in a vocational school or the military. The job usually requires experience in the field, knowledge or technical background, ability to work in a team, good interpersonal skills, and a willingness to work hard. An advantage may be given to holders of a mechanical engineering certificate.
Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Heavy equipment is a general name for heavy, slow, and large vehicles such as bulldozers, concrete mixers, excavators, etc. The heavy equipment mechanic is the person who is responsible for the maintenance of the heavy equipment tools, i.e., the person who is responsible for the day-to-day care of the heavy equipment tools. The treatment includes inspection of the tools, detection of faults, and repair.
Job requirements are usually previous experience, driver's license, technical knowledge in hydraulics and electricity, heavy equipment mechanic certificate, and knowledge of technical English.
A vehicle mechanic is a person who maintains various vehicles like private cars, commercial vehicles, and trucks. His job mainly includes performing mechanical and proper tests and diagnosing and treating faults. To become a car mechanic, you must go through professional training studies, at the end of which you get a professional classification certificate. There are several levels of automotive mechanics, and you can go through advanced training and courses to advance in the rankings. There are several subspecialties in this field, such as specialization in car electrics, brakes, transmission system, etc.
The profession's requirements are usually a type 1 or 2 mechanic certificate, a driver's license, several years of experience, technical knowledge, willingness to work hard, teamwork, and good interpersonal skills. Vehicle mechanics are needed in private garages and garages of large companies, car agencies, car insurance and rental companies, logistics centers, and so on.
A bus is a large motorized ground vehicle designed to carry dozens of passengers. Accordingly, not every driver can drive this vehicle, and a unique license is required. A bus driver is an occupation in which a driver drives passengers on a bus, usually a shuttle on a regular route where there are stations for picking up and dropping off passengers. Also, under the responsibility of the driver to ensure proper behavior on the bus and adequate treatment of the general public of passengers.
Bus drivers can be integrated into work in private companies or public companies. To work as a bus driver, you need a bus driver's license, good and courteous interpersonal skills, reliability, responsibility, tolerance, a high sense of service, and a willingness to work shifts. Also, previous experience and background in public transportation will constitute a significant advantage when hiring.
The work of ambulance drivers is not limited to driving and transporting the patient to the hospital only; the drivers are paramedics engaged in life-saving work. These professionals are skilled in emergency medicine and trained to provide an immediate and initial response to emergencies in the field of medicine, traumatic injuries, and accident scenes. In addition, ambulance drivers must have excellent driving skills, as they must take care transporting the sick or injured person quickly and safely to the hospital. Ambulance drivers can be integrated into emergency medical organizations such as Red Cross, private ambulance services, and more.
Upon hiring, drivers must present a valid certificate that attests to their training. Also, since this is a therapeutic profession that requires sensitivity and responsibility, employers will look for employees with good, responsible, patient interpersonal skills and a great willingness to help and assist their environment.
Shuttle drivers transport hundreds of thousands of passengers daily, including students, workers, soldiers, and tourists worldwide. To integrate into work in the field, a suitable driver's license must first be issued as part of a miniature public bus course. The threshold conditions for admission to a public minibus course are age 20 and over, at least two years of experience with a private car license, presentation of a certificate of integrity from the police, and passing a suitability test.
The shuttle driver must be friendly, courteous, and patient to fit in with the job. He is also responsible for arriving on time and ensuring that the traveling public arrives at their destination safely and at the appropriate time.
A taxi driver is a professional transporting people from place to place for a fee. To engage in the field of a taxi driver, you need to hold a D1 license that permits passenger transportation. The taxi driver must first and foremost be careful and talented and pass a taxi license course, and he must be friendly, service-minded, and patient.
Taxi drivers can work as freelancers or as employees at a taxi rank. The independent taxi driver has a green number which gives him the authority to operate a taxi. As a self-employed person, the taxi driver works alone and thus increases his profits, yet he has to take care of the financial and bureaucratic aspects of the work on his own. In contrast, the hired taxi driver does not have his green number and is therefore not allowed to operate a taxi and is employed at a taxi rank. Working as an employee is more stable and has financial security but does not have the high economic potential of the self-employed.
Over 15 Tons Truck Drivers
Drivers of over 15 tons trucks are required professionals in the job market and can integrate into many employment places. The work usually involves preparing the truck with materials and equipment depending on the type of work, distributing goods nationwide, and collecting goods from suppliers. A driver's license C must be issued to work as a truck driver over 15 tons. Also, the driver must be at least 19 years old and have a C1 license (up to 15 tons).
Employers will look for drivers with good, courteous, tolerant interpersonal skills and a willingness to work physically and work in the early morning. Also, a work permit with a crane and experience in arranging warehouses and working on manual and electric tools will constitute a significant advantage when hired.
Up to 15 Tons Truck Drivers
Drivers of up to 15 tons trucks are required professionals in the job market and can integrate into many employment places. The work usually involves preparing the truck with materials and equipment depending on the type of work, distributing goods nationwide, and collecting goods from suppliers. To work as a truck driver for up to 15 tons, the driver must issue a C1 driver's license on his behalf.
Employers will look for drivers with good, courteous, tolerant interpersonal skills and a willingness to work physically and work in the early morning. Also, a forklift license and experience in arranging warehouses and driving a truck will be a significant advantage when hired.
People with a driver's license on a regular vehicle (B) can find work in a variety of settings and different positions. For example, they could be private drivers, couriers at distribution companies, transporters at car rental agencies and import companies, and more.
A person who wants to work as a regular car driver must have extensive driving experience and flawless traffic history. It must also meet the specific admission requirements that each field has. For example, a distribution company will prefer candidates with physical strength and a service approach. For the position of a private driver, they will prefer a candidate with high availability. Car rental agencies may look for a driver with knowledge and experience working with office software and high service consciousness.
Public Transport Driver
Public transportation is a general transportation system that transports people who are not in their private vehicle and usually refers to buses, trains, light rail, and more. Not every driver can drive these vehicles, and a dedicated license is required depending on the vehicle in question.
Public transport drivers can be integrated into many workplaces depending on their training. For example, bus drivers can join bus companies. Passenger train drivers will be able to work for railway companies. To engage as public transport drivers, drivers must have good, courteous, reliable, responsible, tolerant, high service consciousness, and willingness to work shifts. Also, previous experience and background in public transportation will constitute a significant advantage when hiring.
A skipper is a person who has been trained and certified by the Ministry of Transportation and has a license to sail a small vessel. Obtaining the license is conditional on passing medical examinations, a theoretical test, and a practical test that tests control of navigation, markings, operation of the vessel and its systems, knowledge of the laws of the sea, and rules of conduct at sea. There are several types of licenses, and each provides additional options. For example, a sailor 30 can sail boats of various sizes but can not carry passengers for hire.
Standard requirements are a presentation of a sailing license of at least 30, technical and mechanical background, high-level English, independent learning abilities, responsibility, resilience, and good interpersonal skills.
Air Traffic Controllers
Air traffic controllers manage the ground and air traffic in the area of the flight base and control everything that happens on it. The purpose of the inspectors is to maintain a separation between the entire pilot and prevent a collision, so their work is significant. The inspectors operate communication systems and aerial imagery, and the training includes four specializations: field supervision, access supervision, space supervision, and radar supervision. The studies include many simulations, navigation studies, meteorology, aviation laws, etc.
Flight inspectors are needed at airports and sometimes in the Air Force. Standard requirements are willing to work shifts and all year round, punctuality, high service consciousness, decision-making ability, self-discipline and self-learning ability, responsibility, and punctuality.
An air-wide controller oversees the aircraft while it is on the ground. First, the controller ensures that the aircraft has stopped safely, and then the other service providers can access the plane and provide it with service. All of these are under the proper timing and supervision of the Air-wide controller. In addition, the controllers make sure that refueling, disembarking and loading passengers, loading, and unloading luggage are done properly and that the aircraft gets an answer to everything else it needs to take off for its next destination.
To be accepted for the position, one must be willing to work 24 hours a day, seven days a day, outdoors, to demonstrate responsibility and a big head.
A tire repairman is a craftsman who specializes in repairing potholes in tires and other treatments related to car wheels, or "tire puncher." A tire maker must have extensive knowledge in the field, identify when tires are no longer fit to travel, and identify different types of wheels. As part of the work, the person must repair tires and replace them so that the cars can travel on the road safely.
The requirements are usually experience in the field, willingness to work hard in changing weather conditions, seriousness, and reliability.
Traffic Safety Officer
A traffic safety officer is the professional responsible for the safety and integrity of vehicles in his workplace and training drivers in the business. The role of the safety officer is defined in the law as part of the fight against road accidents. It requires any factory or company that owns several vehicles, by the law, to have a traffic safety officer in its ranks.
Assimilation of the safety culture in traffic, management of operational area control supervision, construction of a training plan, implementation of training and professional certification for employees, planning treatments and follow-up, handling and investigating accidents and drawing conclusions, and more, are all among the role of the safety officer. Therefore, upon hiring, candidates must present a traffic safety officer certificate, knowledge, and experience in dedicated software. A valid forklift license will give candidates an advantage.
A vehicle officer is a person in charge of the vehicles in the company or organization in which he works. The job usually includes responsibility for a fleet of vehicles. As part of his job, he must adapt vehicles to each official, maintain contact with garages and fuel companies, plan a treatment schedule for all vehicles and make sure all vehicles pass the required safety checks and routine treatments, toll road management, represent before the various authorities, handle documents related to road accidents and parking reports, carry out training of drivers and provide professional support.
The work of the vehicle officer may be similar to that of the traffic safety officer, so the requirements are usually a traffic safety officer certificate, driver's license, driving experience, familiarity with the automotive world, good interpersonal skills, teamwork abilities, seriousness, reliability, and perseverance.