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Washington, DC
1001 to 5000 employees
1938
Government
Transportation & Logistics
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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Working at Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

Politicians might dominate the airwaves in Washington, DC, but the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority rules the airways, or at least the runways. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority operates Washington Dulles International and Ronald Reagan Washington National ... Read more

Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Reviews

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    Pros

    Good benefits with lower cost on insurance. Good job locations if you are assigned one. Can be exciting at times if you like aviation sector.

    Cons

    Stuck between government vs private mindset. Slow moving work between departments internally when quicker results are expected from management.

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Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (Washington, DC) in March 2016.

    Interview

    It was very odd. I didn't actually have an interview, they just called me up and asked if I was interested and then asked if I would accept the position. There was little to no turnaround. My offer was contingent on me passing a background check. When I talked about it with another intern at the end of the program, he also told me he had a very short interview, and that he didn't even have to prepare for it. I think for the interns, it depends on the department and how many applicants they have.

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    • No tough questions were asked. They just wanted to know if I could accept it and meet their deadlines.   5 Answers
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