Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at AAI Corporation
- Intern (3)
- Engineering (3)
- Mechanical Engineer (1)
- Program Manager (1)
- Material Control (1)
- AAI Electrical Engineering Intern (1)
- Environment Health and Safety (EHS) Office Intern (1)
- Field Support Technician, Unmanned Air Vehicles (1)
- Aircraft Engineer (1)
- Software Engineer I (1)
- Systems Test Engineer (1)
- Test Engineer I (1)
- Accountant (1)
- Systems Analyst (1)
- Systems Engineer (1)
- Systems Engineer I (1)
- Systems Engineer II (1)
- Field Engineer (1)
- Financial Analyst (1)
I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at AAI Corporation (Austin, TX) in April 2012.
Received phone interview, mostly just talked about their own work, general questions about resume; same questions in the on-site interview
Asked me if I knew how to use oscilloscope and could work with both hardware and software testing and debugging systems
It was only for a summer internship position, but they found a more experienced candidate.
- Tell me about yourself. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for AAI Corporation
Intern InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at AAI Corporation (Hunt Valley, MD) in April 2009.
Interviewing for a junior technical intern position was relatively easy. I was not interviewed by an engineer, but rather by a someone from HR. General questions about what I have done during my college career so far, my career goals, and how I work. The interviewer was very friendly and largely did not know what to ask me - I expanded as much as I could on the questions.
- Describe a team situation you have been in? What challenges did you face and how did you overcome them? Answer Question
I did not negotiate, the offer was a great hourly rate for a college intern.
Intern InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at AAI Corporation (Hunt Valley, MD) in March 2009.
Very easy interview. It was two people interviewing by phone - the hiring manager, and the person I would eventually work with. There were some basic questions about my technical background but nothing in-depth. Many questions involved what I learned in classes and what I think about engineering. They definitely contacted references and there was a background check and drug test.
- Explain how you worked your way through a problem with an "engineering" mindset. Answer Question