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Read Page 1 ... My interview was on Tuesday. It consists of and HR followed by a Tech or vice versa. They done back to back. I did my HR first. Know the question WHY ATLAS? down cold. Just like memory items and limitations for those of us with 121 experience. My friend interviewed the previous week and had the more standard HR questions. Mine seemed be geared more towards the 747 and its schedule.   They also asked other questions, (view the study guide of this website).  I was offered the job the following day. The tech interview was... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Apr 01, 2021 HR interview portion was a get to know you and going over your resume. Tell me about a time questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Tech potion was straight forward off of the materials they send... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 31, 2021 First was the phone screen. Standard questions. Then given a date for the mandatory company presentation. Informative and there was time for questions at the end. 2 days later was the HR Panel first. Very relaxed, 1 retired 747 captain and a lady from HR. Questions were from this gouge.  TMAAT questions.  Right after the Tech Panel, instructor captain on 737, questions from the gouge and the study guide sent from HR. Very relaxed and friendly... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 30, 2021 Submitted my resume was emailed back the next day, about a 30 min phone pre screen 2 days later. was contacted the following day to pick an interview date. I was busy so it was about 4 weeks out. First was company presentation then the next day was the tech, everything came straight off the sheet they send you plus the packet the night before. no surprises. know your current aircraft as well. very laid back and put me at ease right off the bat. then my HR followed. went over resume and... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 10, 2021 HR Interview started first thing in the morning. There was an HR person and Retired Captain. Very Laid back. They made you feel very comfortable. First you go though your resume. Then do a tell me about yourself and your life experience. On to the required Employment questions.  After that questions about ASAP's / NASA reports that you've filled out on ground and in air. TMAAT questions and how you dealt with the situations. Then testing your knowledge just to make sure you have done... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 10, 2021 I had a resume in for around 2 months then a good friend gave me an internal rec. I got an email 2 days later to schedule a phone interview. I did the phone interview about a week later and we just went over my flight times and 4 HR questions. I was told I would hear back from HR in a week or less. They never reached out to me and it has been 2 weeks since then. I have emailed and left a voicemail without response. I believe I remember the HR lady saying they are only taking internal rec's... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 10, 2021 Everything was as advertised in previous posts. The study guide that Atlas sends about a week prior is the main thing to study. I had to re familiarize myself with Jep charts. Very friendly and straight forward. No tricks. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Mar 10, 2021 As stated before, everything is pretty much on target stated by others. Study your materials... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Feb 23, 2021 Applied with two internal recs. Did HR phone screen several weeks later -- very informal and laid back. Spoke about my background and why I wanted to work at Atlas. After phone screen I was told I'd hear if I was going to be invited for an interview within a week. Heard back the next day and scheduled the interview about 10 days out. Interview was a company presentation first, then HR/Chief Pilot followed by technical interview. Company presentation was very informative. HR/Chief Pilot... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Feb 10, 2021 I believe that I was contacted because I reached out to the HR department wondering why my application had switched from ‘under review’ to ‘hidden’ status. I was scheduled a date for the corporate presentation and was given a choice of interview date following that. Corporate Presentation does not require you to have your camera on, they actually told us after logging on that we could turn them off but highly recommend that you are dressed properly. My interview was... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 09, 2021 The interview was pretty basic. Take the time to study the subject areas that Atlas sends to you for the technical interview. Know the aircraft that you are currently flying. A few situational questions to understand your decision making. The HR portion was standard for the industry. Know your own history and know the company history. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Lawrence M
    (Hired at Atlas Air)

    There is plenty of guidance from other interviewees. I was able to compare other pilots flying experience - such as hours flown in order to see if I was competitive.

    Apr 08, 2021