Did you receive the job? Yes
Total Flight Time: 3,800
Total Turbine PIC: 2,500
Total Turbine SIC: 1,200
Other previous Aviation Experience?
Where was the interview? Denver
What to bring to Interview: Brought exactly what they asked for in the invite email. Everyone I know that interviewed before me, brought extra but was told they didn’t need it. If it calms your nerves to bring more then asked then do it. I printed out my electronic logbook and signed every page as if it was a hard copy. I also brought original logbooks from my early flight training days but they didn’t need them.
Was Transportation Provided? No
Transportation Comments: Stay near the training center.
Was Lodging Provided? No
Lodging comments: I recommend the double tree. Let them know you are interviewing at United and they will probably give you a discount. I spent around $80. The address is 3203 Quebec St, Denver, CO 80207. They also have a hotel shuttle.
Did you get a Food Allowance? No
Did you have Phone Screen? No
Phone screen comments:
Was there a Technical test? No
Technical test comments:
Was there a Personality test?: Yes
Personality test comments: HOGAN test. Take your time, be yourself and be honest. Gouges don’t seem to help for this test.
Did you have a Cognitive test?: No
Cognitive test comments:
How many on the panel interview: 2
Interview Questions:
  • Tell us about yourself.
  • Tell us about a time you had a conflict with a coworker.
  • Have you ever had an emergency or something close to it? How did you handle it?
  • Tell us about a time when you had to take a leadership role.
  • Why do you want to work for United?
Did you have a Simulator Eval? Yes
Simulator Eval Comments: I don’t think they have the sim eval anymore but if they did, I recommend the prep.
Simulator Eval Prep? Yes
Who did you SIM Prep with?
How much was SIM Prep? $1,200.00
Did you have a Physical Exam? No
Physical Exam comments:
Overall Impression?: Very warm and inviting interview. Everyone makes you feel like you already work for United. It was great.
Did you do Interview Prep?: No
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Additional Comments: Learn how to tell stories via the STAR method. Tell your stories that show who you are and do not listen to what the prep companies tell you. They can help but if you mimic their interview style too much then the interviewers will know you are only giving them prepped answers. Good luck.
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