Seeking jobs in specific industries are sometimes a pain. Not because there is a scarce, but because the resources are not readily available to some individuals. The airport creates jobs for its industry, so it is only reasonable to find local aviation jobs at the source. The aviation industry requires more skills than others, which means that the screening processes, requirements, applications, interviews, etc., are a lot tougher than the others.
When inquiring about aviation jobs, visit the local colleges/universities in the area (if applicable) that have an associated program. Although it would be beneficial if you attended the said school institutions, you would not be turned down by an industry expert when asking for advice and guidance.
Also, visit the airport(s) in your area and speak to their human resources department(s). They are trained to assist you in the best way possible and for your best interest. If you are advised to submit your resume via e-mail or in person, and/or keep an eye out on the airport’s website, don’t deviate from those options. Persistence is vital when searching for aviation jobs locally, and one should never give up because of not landing a job right away. One thing that this world will never lose interest in is being able to travel anywhere in the world as soon as possible. Aviation jobs will never disappear or become scarce.