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Weber Aircraft President Adri Ruiter
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  • Great for short term experience

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    I worked at Weber Aircraft

    Pros

    You get hands on experience working on lot of projects and build your skills.
    Chance to get familiar with aircraft industry.

    Cons

    Management is bad. You will be dumped with numerous tasks and most of it needs attention the same time. It will stress you out if your testing fails and you have to redo it. Get some experience and move out.

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at Weber Aircraft.

    Interview

    Pretty easy. The difficult part was dealing with HR after that to get paperwork through. That place is a black hole. Gave them about 7 copies of almost everything because it kept being "lost".

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Website www.weberair.com
Headquarters Gainesville, TX
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2005
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Aerospace & Defense
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Airline seats aren't exactly known to be cushy on your tushy, but at least Weber Aircraft keeps safety in mind. The company manufactures commercial aircraft passenger seats for some of the world's most recognized airlines and aircraft OEMs in the industry (think Boeing). Weber puts its seats through rigorous strength, durability, and functionality testing to meet federal safety standards. It also does repairs, overhauls, and upgrades on aircraft interiors. Since 1992 the company has been a subsidiary of France-based Zodiac Aerospace (formerly Groupe Zodiac). Weber Aircraft... More

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