I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Jeppesen Sanderson in February 2012.
Interview Details – I was hired into this position internally after a year with the company in another asset. The interview process was disjointed and confusing, the position itself and the requirements of it were not well explained nor were the expectations of management or the limited promotional potential. Compensation was never discussed and in general discussing compensation with fellow analyst is heavily discouraged. I walked out of the room having been questioned for an hour by 6 people who never identified themselves and never explained how any of the questions might pertain to the position. Upon being offered the position, I initially turned it down because I was mistaken about the offer itself. "Navigation Information Analyst" is a catch-all term used internally to represent a wide variety of positions.
Interview Question – You have 30 min, find as many differences between these two charts as possible. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Non-existent. The offer was blunt and below market value, but offered insurance benefits at a time when I needed them so I accepted.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Jeppesen Sanderson.
Interview Details – One phone interview and questions on java, data structures and sql
Interview Question – Spatial database questions Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Jeppesen Sanderson in May 2013.
Interview Details – HR called to set up a panel interview after submitting an online application. Interviewed with manager and two team members. Very scripted set list of questions. About 40 min. Received a call the following week with an offer.
Interview Question – A hour before a major deadline you have a show stopper problem. The delivery can't move. What do you do? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Attempted to negotiate PTO. Was told Jepp doesn't negotiate on vacation time. Was able to negotiate salary and start date.
I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Jeppesen Sanderson in May 2013.
Interview Details – Received a call from the HR recruting specialist to set up interview for the following week. The interview was a panel with the position's direct reports and then 2 others that would be peers from different departments but would work together closely. The interview lasted just about an hour. They had their set list of questions and then it was opened up for me to ask questions. They seemed to be more behaviorial type questions rather than job functionality specific. I was told I would hear from HR by the end of the week if I made it to the next round. I was called by a panel member 2 hours after interview to come in for a 2nd interview...scheduled for a week later. Again the 2nd interview was panel style with a peer to the position from another department and then from what would have been a direct report to the position. This was towards the end of the day and one of the panelists kept looking at her watch from about 5 minutes after the interview started, so it was apparent she had other things on her mind and this was more of an inconvenience. It was stated by one of the panelists that there was one other interview the next day and I should hear something by end of day if not end of week. There was no call from HR or the panelist with an offer or rejection. I found it a little suspect with a company that size with a multi-layered HR department wouldn't even do a rejection call or letter, especially after making it to the final round. That lead me to the conclusion if they do not respect potential employees making it that far in the interview process...how much support or respect is there for employees?
The receptionist was friendly and the majority of the employees interviewed with were nice. But I was put off by the constant watch looking and not paying attention during the interview when it was time to ask their question.
Interview Question – How did you prepare for the interview? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Jeppesen Sanderson.
Interview Details – Dragged on for too long
Interview Question – Specific subject questions on company products, which you wouldn't know unless you were with the company Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Not too bad
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Jeppesen Sanderson in January 2013.
Interview Details – Initial contact from HR to see if still interested & schedule telephone screening with Dept Manager. Telephone screening takes approx 20-30 minutes- mostly conversational with a few boilerplate questions. HR will contact later to schedule in-person interview
Interview Question – How well do you inderstand scientific theory Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Jeppesen Sanderson.
Interview Details – Interviewed with several people, three separate times. The questions were fair and the people very professional. It took a while to get a call back.
Interview Question – Most questions were situational and there to see how you do under pressure. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I asked for what I wanted, they took quite a while to get back to me with an amount very close to what I asked.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Jeppesen Sanderson in April 2012.
Interview Details – The interview was conducted with a panel of 5. The questions were not very technical in nature. I'd say out of about 8, there was only 1 question that I would consider technical. The others were a little challenging, but fairly typical. Questions about presentation experience as well as group management were asked. In total, the interview took about 35 minutes. I thought maybe I had done something wrong, as it seemed a tad short - but I got a call the next week with an offer.
Interview Question – You have detected a memory leak. What steps would you take to isolate it? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I got a call about a week later. Pay was non-negotiable. All interns are paid the same, hourly rate. It was a great looking opportunity and definitely paid more than my previous job.
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Jeppesen Sanderson in January 2008.
Interview Details – The only thing that is consistent is that it is slow. Each manager decides on their own process. Almost everyone is required to enter through a contract agency.
Interview Question – Write a complex SQL query from memory to perform a specific task View Answer
Negotiation Details – There is a take it or leave it offer. The offer is based on current salary and Boeing guidelines. They do not low ball and expect negotiations.
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I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Jeppesen Sanderson in February 2012.
Interview Details – I received a phone call from the recruiter. She. Set up a time for the interview that I proposed. Later that day she sent me an email notification to accept the time of the interview in addition to some paper work to fill out.
The interview was a group interview. It started with the manager's introduction about them and the progressed to asking questions. The questions where more focused on the ability to do work, dealing with conflicts and dealing with changes in the situation. I enjoyed talking to the group. They where so easy to talk to which helped me calm my nervousness. After the interview was over I was walked out by one of them and that they will call me to let me know. I did not receive a call but the over all impression of the company was good.
Interview Question – Technical questions Answer Question
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