I have been working at Woodward full-time (More than a year)
Benefits are fantastic. Good environment and good people.
They follow six sigma, woodward 150, etc. to increase production but it's not correctly implanted and training feels like a waste of time
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Woodward (Loves Park, IL).
They had me in to a office and asked me questions about my background and other jobs I had been a member of during my 20 years experience of company's I worked for before. It was a very nice atmosphere and then was asked technical questions about my background in machining.
I didn't negotiate.