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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Piper Aircraft (Vero Beach, FL) in August 2014.
I applied through their website and got a call within 2 days to set up an interview. The interview was pretty short and standard. Mostly went through my resume and one or two standard questions (describe yourself, etc). I was also asked a specific technical question on the refrigeration cycle ,which was listed on my resume (so be ready to talk about specific things on your resume), though I do not think I was going to be working with that at all. The job itself was not explained at all. The engineers I interviewed with over the phone seemed to be in a hurry as the interview only lasted 15 minutes. I did not think I would get an offer due to the short interview and the lack of explanation of what I would be doing there but within 2 days I got an offer and was giving two more days to accept/decline.
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Reasons for Declining
I got a better offer from a different company. Also, the interviewers were not very welcoming and did not take the time to explain the job.
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No amateur in the world of aviation, Piper Aircraft manufactures a range of planes popular with new and seasoned pilots. The company offers small, reliable trainers (Seminole, Arrow, and Warrior III) and aircraft designed for personal use and high-end business applications (Meridian, Mirage, Matrix, and Seneca V). In development, the PiperJet delivers piloting performance in a very light jet design. Aircraft is sold through a network of independently owned dealers. Piper Aircraft changed course in 2009 when its owner, American Capital, sold its stake in the company to ...