Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Aerospace Engineer Interview
I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Lockheed Martin.
I applied to a bunch of positions online and three months later I got an email stating they wanted to fly me out for an interview in a week and half. I agreed and they paid for my flight, room, rental car, and gave me a per diem.
Once I arrived I checked in at the front desk and was escorted to their interviewing area where I waited. I had to fill out a security questionnaire which I assume was to see if there was anything to keep me from getting a security clearance.
The interview with the hiring manager and one of his associates was laid back, they told me about the position and what they did. After an overview they asked me a few STARs questions. They asked me to tell them about "A time when....." and I had to give them the situation, my action, and the results. After four or five questions they asked to to tell them any other qualifications or things about me that would assist me in doing the job. At the very end they asked if I had any questions for them. All in all, a simple basic interview.
Two weeks later I got a call with an offer.
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Entry level offer was based on GPA, experience, and a few other factors and was take it or leave it. They would only increase the salary if I had a better offer.
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at Lockheed Martin in September 2011.
It was very nice actually.
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I applied in-person. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Lockheed Martin (Prescott, AZ (US)) in December 2010.
Professional, timely, thorough
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Reasons for Declining
Career time horizon did not permit negotiation request
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The process took a day – interviewed at Lockheed Martin (Fort Worth, TX (US)) in February 2010.
There was one 2 on 1 interview which was behavioral but you have to have technical knowledge to seem competent. The whole process was fairly simple and the fact that they had food while you waited (1+ hour) was nice. It actually snowed while I was there but they helped me get out in time. Overall it was a good experience.
- Tell me about yourself. Like every other place. Answer Question