I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Panasonic Avionics Corporation in March 2012.
Interview Details – No less than 6 people sat in on my interview. I was asked a wide range of questions, ranging from routers on the ground, to satellites in the sky. It was so wide ranging, than I doubt any one person would be expected to answer everything. I most assuredly didn't. If I didn't know, I said so. If I didn't feel I was very good on linux programming, I said so. Be prepared to back up what you say on your resume, a lot of questions will come directly from it. My interview last several hours. The time flew by, and I felt they'd really scrubbed from my mind, all my aspects of communication knowledge.
Negotiation Details – My experience with negotiation in the civilian world was minimal at best. I determined what the least was that I would take the job for, then added a decent amount to it. They countered by upping significantly from that amount.
Pros: Panasonic Avionics is a cutting edge leader in software, hardware and system innovation for in flight entertainment and global communication systems. If you are interested in working with creative and entrepreneurial professionals, this is a… – Full Review
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