Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

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Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Executive Director Patrick J. Foye
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    Former Employee - Project Manager in Newark, NJ
    Former Employee - Project Manager in Newark, NJ

    I worked at Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (Less than a year)

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    Pros

    I was able to learn about the overall daily operations of and international airport. From cargo, general aviation (private), commercial, and other forms of transportation systems that lead to the airport like train, shuttle, and bus services. The best part was definitely being able to go into the ATC cabs and getting a birds eye view of everything.

    Cons

    Honestly there was no downside to this great learning experience. Just wish it lasted longer.

    Advice to Management

    Continue to make improvements and great decisions in the future to benefit the customers and all employees.


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    Leadership Fellow Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (New York, NY).

    Interview

    Three-step interview process. First an initial application, then an interview with HR, then an involved interview process with current Fellows, former Fellows, and Port Authority managers. The third interview consists of an initial conversation with the program managers, then an interview with current managers about how you'd respond to hypothetical situations. This is followed by an exercise where you review a packet of documents, write a short memo, and then give a briefing on the documents and your conclusions to the same managers from your second interview. Downtime for conversations with current fellows exists between each stage.

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Website www.panynj.gov
Headquarters New York, NY
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1921
Type Government
Industry Transportation & Logistics
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey bridges the sometimes troubled waters between the two states and helps with many of the region's other transportation needs. The bistate agency operates and maintains airports, tunnels, bridges, a commuter rail system, shipping terminals, and other facilities within the 1,500-sq.-mi. Port District surrounding New York Harbor, including the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan. A self-supporting public agency, the Port Authority receives no state or local tax money. It relies on tolls, fees, and rents. Airport operations... More

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