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Uxbridge, England (UK)
501 to 1000 employees
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Company - Private
Aerospace & Defense
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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If getting blasted out of a plane is your best option, things are serious, but Martin-Baker Aircraft can help you keep your seat when your plane is going down in flames. The company's ejection seats are used in such notable jet aircraft as the Gripen ... Read more

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Martin-Baker Aircraft photo of: Martin Baker Aircraft Company Limited (Photo thanks to Flickr user Foreign & Commonwealth Office, available under by-nc-sa v2.0)
Martin-Baker Aircraft photo of: Martin Baker Mark V Ejection Seat. (Photo thanks to Flickr user JamieSanford, available under by-nc-sa v2.0)
Martin-Baker Aircraft photo of: The building visible through the window is a factory that makes the Martin- Baker ejector seat for military aircraft. (Photo thanks to Geograph user kevin rothwell, Some Rights Reserved)
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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Uxbridge, England (UK)
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    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Martin-Baker Aircraft (Uxbridge, England (UK)) in November 2014.

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    It was a 2 hour interview procedure with 20 questions asked, then a practical test undertaken.
    For what the job was it was a rather intense interview I have to say, and at one point one of the interviewing panel said that I was just telling him what he wanted to hear, which wasn't true at all and I felt quite offended actually.

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