I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at FlightSafety International in May 2013.
Interview Details – It was pretty laid back, but I interviewed with two different people at the same time.
Interview Question – "Do you think you can put up with a roomful of old men?" View Answer
Negotiation Details – They called and offered. I had been laid off at my previous workplace and although the offer was lower than what I wanted, it was more than unemployment so I took it.
I applied in-person and interviewed at FlightSafety International.
Interview Details – I took my resume to their office and was called a few days later for an interview. The interview consisted of a group of Program Mgrs, the Director of Training, and the Center Mgr. all in a classroom with me at the white board teaching any system or flight manuver that I would like so they could observe my technique and stile of teachng.
Interview Question – What salary would you accept. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Do not take a job with them.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at FlightSafety International in September 2012.
Interview Details – Laid-back interviews with various group leaders. Nothing to cram or prepare for, just be honest and do your best.
Interview Question – Analyze serial bus driver code and answer questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – "Take it or leave it"
I applied online and the process took 2+ months - interviewed at FlightSafety International in August 2012.
Interview Details –
1. Electronic submission of resume
2. Contact by phone from HR to schedule a phone interview with maintenance director and supervisors
3. Telephone interview
4. On-site Interview and Practice Teach
Interview Question –
The Practice teach is the hardest to prepare for. You must be comfortable with a presentation that you will have to create for yourself.
You will be giving that presentation to a group of maintenance instructors. It is most important to be well practiced in what words you will say, and to be completely familiar with your presentation. View Answers (4)
Negotiation Details – Max start is 65k
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at FlightSafety International in August 2012.
Interview Details – The interview was simple and brief. The questions were targetted to your gols and ambitions and were more about your soft skills rather than hard skills
Interview Question – Will you relocate to a smaller town? View Answer
Negotiation Details – It was simple and they were offering what I needed
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 2 days - interviewed at FlightSafety International in April 2012.
Interview Details – There is a small actual knowledge test but it is very small and Noone seems to take it seriously. The biggest part of getting hired is applying. Some of the people working there don't have a clue and been there for years. To sum it up, if you're applying there expect to be underpaid and mistreated.
Negotiation Details – They don't negotiate with terrorists but it will hurt to try. HR remembers everything.
Very Difficult Interview
The process took a day - interviewed at FlightSafety International in January 2012.
Interview Details –
The DOMT will call you and go over your resume briefly. Then he will give you a topic for your presentation and email you some material to base it on. A couple days later they will bring you in for your interview and presentation. The interview is a panel of managers who will ask about details of you resume, situational questions, and technical questions.
The presentation is attended by every available instructor and manager. They watch for your presentation style with a subject that you may not be all too familiar with and classroom management. They will ask simple, technical and silly questions to throw you off and they may even goof off to see how you handle it. If you are not a good public speaker they will expose you.
Negotiation Details – It was over the phone, I took the first offer. I advise adding $12k to whatever they offer you because you will get it. They are desperate to hire anyone because they can't keep talented instructors.
The process took 2 months - interviewed at FlightSafety International in May 2011.
Interview Details – Met at a careers fair and applied online. Called back about a month later and scheduled to spend a day at their offices. Met about 14 people in various 1-1 or panel situations. Was given a tour and had lunch. Had several interviews with managers and employee panels mostly asking about experience, things on my resume and some HR/behavioral questions. Everyone was very nice and polite. In a way I wish they weren't so nice as I left really wanting to work there and felt confident I was a good fit, yet I was turned down. I was not called back when they told me I would be and I contacted them several weeks later to ask. I heard back another week or so after that telling me the bad news. After I spent all that time and effort driving 2 hours to get there and back I was disappointed by my treatment afterwards. They should have told me sooner that I didn't get the position and I doubt they would have bothered to contact me at all had I not emailed. It turned out for the best as I am now scheduled for onsite interviews with Microsoft and Amazon and I heard the pay there at FS is not that great.
Interview Question – What kind of management type or environment do you like to work under. View Answer
The process took 4 days - interviewed at FlightSafety International in June 2012.
Interview Details – normal questions about your c,v and experience in the same field
Negotiation Details – if first job it will be ok but make last choise
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at FlightSafety International in May 2012.
Interview Details – The company sent an email requesting an interview at their facility
Pros: Great pay, benefits, quality of life, and overall great place to work at the Dallas Center. Flight Safety's customer, safety, and employee focus in Dallas sets the standard for others to follow. Highest moral anywhere in the world I have seen. – Full Review
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