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General Dynamics Overview

Reston, VA (US)
10000+ employees
Company - Public (GD)
Aerospace & Defence
£5 to £10 billion (GBP) per year


From Gulfstream business jets and combat vehicles to nuclear-powered submarines and communications systems, people around the world depend on our products and services for their safety and security.

General Dynamics is a global aerospace and defense company ... Read more

Mission: Our ethos — Transparency, Honesty, Alignment and Trust — undergirds our culture, our business model and our daily interactions. These values are a constant reminder of who we are and what we do. They drive how we operate our business, govern how we interact ... Read more

General Dynamics Reviews

  • "outstanding company"

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee


    Good working environment, flexible work hours relaxed atmosphere to work in.


    A lot of travel and the contract came to an end

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General Dynamics Interviews



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    Supply Chain Modeler Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Manchester, England
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at General Dynamics (Manchester, England) in June 2017.


    I was referred by a GD empoyee (and former colleague). I was called for an on-the-spot interview without any prior notice. As I was on the phone at the time I put my client on hold and took the call from GD. Informing them I was otherwise engaged, I asked them to call me back in 5 mins. They failed to do so.

    3 days later they sent me a meeting request via Outlook. I acceped for 12:30 the following Monday.

    GD called me at 13:30 the following Monday,

    I asked if they were looking to the fill the role with a temporary employee or a contractor. They asked me to explain the difference!! Once I had explained the difference they decided it would be filled by a contractor.

    I asked about the job description. There wasn't one.

    I asked what exactly they wanted to model. This was to be determined

    I asked about the contract duration. They had not decided.

    I asked about the working hours, working days per week, flexibility, etc. They hadn't thought about this yet.

    I asked about remuneration. No decision had been made.

    They told me the poistion would be in South Wales and would I be prepared to work there. I said it would be difficult to commute from Manchester!

    By this time I was seriously wondering what they were expecting me to commit to.

    Interview ended after 10 mins. Happy to have avoided that bulet!

    Interview Questions

    • Desribe your supply chain modelling experience   1 Answer
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General Dynamics Awards & Accolades

  • World’s Best Employers, Forbes, 2020
  • Best Employers for Veterans, Forbes, 2020
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