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Interview was for the ADA position: Arrived early and was given a tour of the location. Then taken to their simulator for and IFR trip flight test. (view the Sim/Simulator of this website). Asked what I did right and wrong. Left to calculate my score and after a while HR returned to congratulate me on passing the test and took me upstairs for the interview. Explained about the position then the questions started: Asked what I did right and wrong with in the simulator, then general HR type questions, (view the study guide of this... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jul 22, 2022 I applied to Dynamic and heard back within the week. Everyone was so kind and professional and that continued to be displayed all the way through the hiring process. I flew out a week later for my job interview. They recommended a hotel nearby in Harrisonburg and Bridgewater was a fifteen minute drive from there. Once arriving at the airport, I was met at the front office by a flight instructor who gave me a tour of the facility, which lasted roughly an hour, and then the sim session was the... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jul 14, 2022 I applied to Dynamic online and heard back from their HR rep within a week. We had a phone interview that lasted approximately 40 minutes. The gal was very easy to talk to and effortlessly answered all my questions. She explained that the next step is going to their offices and completing a simulated approach and if all goes well, it is followed by an interview with the head of the department. I wasn't able to fly out till a month later which was no problem on their end and she confirmed... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jun 28, 2022 First was a phone interview which consisted mostly of talking about the company/job and my experience/skills to determine if I would be a good fit. Lasted about one hour. Then I was asked to schedule an in person interview which included a sim evaluation (very simple old school desktop sim. See sim page). After I passed the sim I went to a different room for HR questions (see study guide). After that I was done. Although it appeared to go well I was informed at the end of the week that they... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jun 22, 2022 Had the phone interview with HR for the ADA position and was offered an in person interview immediately after. Do not say you want to build time for the airlines. In person was a long drive to Bridgewater, but the area is nice. I arrived in a full suit and seemed a bit over dressed, pants and a button down with a tie would probably suffice. There was a quick tour of the grounds, the amount of aircraft they have is impressive. Then we went to the sim. I did not to well for plenty of reasons,... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. We did a virtual interview on googlemeet. Interviewer talked about the company and what the job would be like for the first 10-15 minutes. We followed with a technical portion.  (view the study guide of this website).  We moved onto an HR portion with tell me a time when questions. Then they asked if I had any questions. The interview lasted exactly 1... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Interview was for the ADA position: Arrived early and was given a tour of the location. Then taken to their simulator for and IFR trip flight test. (view the Sim/Simulator of this website). Asked what I did right and wrong. Left to calculate my score and after a while HR returned to congratulate me on passing the test and took me upstairs for the interview. Explained about the position then the questions started: Asked what I did right and wrong with in the simulator, then general HR type... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Sent in my application online. Received an email wanting to set up a phone interview. During the phone interview we talked about the application, my resume, and what to expect with the job. They are very clear that they are 60 on 60 off, and that you will be out of the country. We set up a time for an in person interview and a sim ride. For the in person interview I drove to Bridgewater VA. I spent the night at a hotel, they have a hook up and the hotel is cheap but nice, got up the next day... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. I was told to prepare for a desktop simulator evaluation that would represent a full IFR flight. (SID, STAR, approach) I was welcomed at the front office and told that my interviewer (instructor from the training department) would soon be in. The instructor took me on a tour of the facility and gave a brief overview of the companys history.  From there it was very simple, talking briefly about my previous experience and me asking questions about the future of the department. I also... Continue reading this interview experience