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Business Unit Manager Interview
I interviewed at BE Aerospace (Tucson, AZ) in May 2012.
The interview consisted of a panel of 7 . This included HR (1), Finance(3),Procurement(1), Operations(1), and Program Mgmt(1). The interview consisted of behavorial type questions and how you would respond to a given situation. I felt confortable and confident throughout the entire process. It was a positive experience.
- What is your current salary? Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for BE Aerospace
Business Unit Manager InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at BE Aerospace (Winston-Salem, NC) in May 2009.
The recruiter was friendly and very helpful. She responded to my questions and requests very quickly and thoroughly. However, once hired, there were numerous troubling signals starting with the recruiter being terminated. The operations leader is very detailed and a serious micro-manager. The work culture required that director level leaders manage at the level of a supervisor or below. If you come from a senior leadership background where delegation and people development is valued, this will not play well in this envoironment.
- What was the EBIDTA at your previous plant? Why was it so low? 1 Answer
If you are applying for positions on the operations side of their business, my advice would be to consider that role carefully and do not accept less than the market for any role that you are considering in that area. i would also suggest that if relocation is offered, you get your relocation terms as strong as you can make them.