I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at JetBlue in June 2012.
Interview Details – Complete and utter waste of time... 4 interviews and bells and whistles for an incredibly too low to live on salary. Company seemed to prefer the ideas of the interview candidates more so than their own senior staff. Lots of incompetence at connecting calls although I guess everyone meant well.
Interview Question – Describe a situation where you went above and beyond in a customer service roll. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at JetBlue in April 2013.
Interview Details –
Applied Online - March 28
Phone Interview- April 25
In Person- Panel Interview consisting of 5 Members than, one on one.
Drug and Fingerprint Test- April 30
Email Position Filled- May 6
All 5 individuals I interviewed with were wonderful. It was a very comfortable and genuinely friendly atmosphere.
Interview Question –
None. Regular background and situational questions. Only you can make a question difficult.
Phone Interview- General employment history questions.
Why you want to leave your current position?
Why this role?
Face to face-
Tell me about yourself?
Tell me about a time you had to break a promise and how you dealt with it? Answer Question
Very Difficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at JetBlue.
Interview Details – I received a email to RSVP for a interview "blue blitz". I had the option to choose which location I would like to go to. First off, Jetblue DOES NOT FLY YOU to the interview site OR PROVIDE a hotel. Unless you already have flight benefits, do not waste your money buying a ticket and hotel. I choose NYC for my interview. The interview was at their offices in Long Island City. I wanted to stay close to the interview site so I wouldn't have to worry about a bus or subway to get there. Not the best neighborhood to stay in. For the interview when you get there you sign in and wait in the lobby for someone to get you. Great chance to meet other people and speak to other employees. We were all taken upstairs, then given a name tag. My group was big so they split us up according to our first name. A-L go this way, everyone else go that way. My group was in a large room that was mainly used for Emergency Response. We each had to go in front of everyone say our name, our current position, and why jetblue. When it was my turn I said I wanted to be with jetblue because its a growing company, I would like to advance my career besides being a flight attendant and work on the Care Team and Values Team. Pretty safe answer. A lot of people got up and kissed some serious tail. After everyone induced themselves we were broken into small groups and given an assignment to complete. They watch you like a hawk. Everyone presents their project and you are judged based on how well you follow instructions. After the group work, they showed us a video and told us a little about training and reserve. They opened the floor for questions, my advice DO NOT ASK if jetBlue flight attendants will ever be under a union. jetBlue is BIG on non union. After questions a HR lady said if I call your name follow me. My name was called so i knew right away that was not a good sign. I did not make it for the afternoon session. What I did notice from the group I was in, that did not make it to the afternoon session, we were all younger girls, with flight attendant experience. I knew right away I had wasted my time, no one talked to me one on one or even looked at my resume. If you do choose to go to a in flight interview, or "blue blitz'' so they call it. Just know you may not get the time you deserve. A lot of perfect people for the job were sent home with out being properly and professionally interviewed.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work for jetBlue? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at JetBlue in March 2013.
Interview Details – After applying through their website I received a call a few weeks later inviting me to come in for a interview. The interview consisted of meeting with a HR rep and then meeting with management from the purchasing department. The management duo didn't seem too experienced with conducting interviews...I felt like the onus was on me to keep the interview going because they asked a lot of closed ended questions.
I applied online and the process took 4 months - interviewed at JetBlue in March 2011.
Interview Details – phone interview, onsite interview with 3 managers, took half a year from start to finish
Interview Question – need to know how to think logically and communicate clearly. they want to know your thought process. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – airlines don't pay very well, not much bargain room
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at JetBlue in December 2012.
Interview Details – first interview in nice hotel lots and lots of company propaganda than more interviews in the headquarter than drug background and training in orlando for 5 days
Interview Question – why we should hire you ? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiations take it or leave it 12 $ /hr
Very Difficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at JetBlue in October 2012.
Interview Details – The interview began at 9am and I was finished by 5pm. The first phase is a group session where each applicant stood and gave their name and where they previously worked. Then we broke off into groups of 5 and completed a diagram then presented to the group. Next came fingerprinting and reading of a PA. We then took a 1 hour lunch break in the JB cafeteria. After lunch, there were 2 interviews, a panel consisting of 2 on-line FA's and a recruiter. There are 4 applicants in each panel. Last was the one on one interview consisting of In-Flight service manager and a recruiter.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at JetBlue.
Interview Details – Phone screen followed by interview with Director of HRIS and Manager of HRIS
Interview Question – The questions were not necessarily difficult as they were frustrating. When you're subjected to an interview by a Manager who clearly lacks the skill-set and knowledge to competently assess a candidates predictability index of success, it becomes quite frustrating to decipher what they are asking. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at JetBlue in September 2012.
Interview Details – Applied July 1st, Got the call August 29th. Amazing process, Phone interview, then took a test, then had a panel interview. This was the best interview process I have ever experienced.
Negotiation Details – What were you able to negotiate? What advice would you give others considering an offer?
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at JetBlue in September 2012.
Interview Details –
Applied for a job and they called me in about a month later to set up the initial phone interview with the HR Manager. About a week later, I had that phone interview with the HR Manager. He basically asked questions about my background, what I knew about the position, the company, how my experience tied in with this position, etc. This lasted about 45 minutes.
Next, they called me to set up the face-to-face interview with the Airport Operations Manager. I go in and do through the usual fingerprinting process and had to sign a waver allowing them to do a background check. I interviewed with the Manager and the HR person who previously interviewed me over the phone. The AO Manager basically asked questions about how my previous work experience tied in with this position. I then asked some questions about the job, their background, the company, etc. At the end, the HR Manager asked what seemed to be three company standard questions about how I deal with stress, my experience with coworkers, etc. I felt the last part was rushed since there were other people waiting outside to use our conference room. Overall, the interview was supposed to last two hours, but only lasted one. I was supposed to meet with one of the directors, but I didn't get a chance to.
Interview Question – Name a stressful situation and how did you deal with it? Answer Question
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