I have been working at Gulfstream full-time
Very good company to work with, great management and team!
Not really any cons here apart from there are long hours so be prepared to work hard and get paid well!
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Gulfstream (Luton, East of England, England) in July 2017.
HR reached out to me via Linked In, and an telephone interview was arranged the following week using Web ex with Mark Wickershaw and the interview lasted around 10 mins with only 2 questions asked about if you value customers.
I managed to progress through to the 2nd stage, which was where it went downhill..
It took 2 weeks for the face to face interview to be arranged, and the manager made me book of 1/2 day on the Monday following week, only for me to not attend an interview and I did email him asking for notice time to be to book interview, but he emailed the next day asking me to come in the following day, despite me advising him about my work situation, so I suggest I come in out of hours after work which was again a hassle, as the HR person could not agree what time and day they wanted me in. When the interview was finally confirmed, it was on the actual day the wanted to see me which was very unprofessional to say the least as my plans could of changed.
There was no technical questions asked
This was by far the most disorganised company I have ever encountered, and I am really disappointed considering how huge and successful this company is, as since I have had the interview, I haven't had not even a rejection email from them, and my time and money was watsed. Such a shame