Interview TipsFor jobseekers in the aviation industry
The interview question ‘Why are you leaving your current job?’ can be a tricky one to answer. Here are our top tips on how to prepare and we’ve included some examples of ideal answers.
‘Where do you see yourself in five years?’ is one of the most common, yet one of the most frustrating, questions you can expect to be asked in a job interview. We share our top tips on how to prepare and we’ve included some examples of ideal answers.
‘What is your greatest strength?’ is a common interview question, often accompanied by‘What is your greatest weakness?’ On the surface, talking about your strengths might sound easier than talking about your weaknesses, however, it requires some careful preparation. Here are some tips and examples.
What are interviewers looking for when they ask about your weaknesses? Some will deny that they have any, or panic and reveal too much. Others might pretend a strength is a weakness. Unfortunately, saying you’re ‘too much of a perfectionist’ is unlikely to cut it. Here are our top tips and examples.
Tell me about youself’ is commonly used as an icebreaker and is often the first thing an interviewer will ask. This means that your answer will set the tone for the whole interview, so it’s important you get it right. This simple three-step guide will help you craft the perfect answer.
The application process for cabin crew jobs can be highly competitive, so being well prepared for your interview will help you stand out from the crowd. To help you perform at your best, we’ve put together this guide with our top tips. We’ve also included some example questions to help you practice.
When you’re in the hot seat in front of a potential employer, the way you handle those interview nerves and tough questions could mean the difference between getting or losing your dream aviation job. Here are a few top interview tips on how to make the right impression and secure that job.
Throughout the assessment day recruiters will be watching to see how you work within a team and as an individual, as well as assessing skills like leadership and listening. Some airlines have role play and group tasks as part of the selection process. Here we look at them in a little more detail.