Air Wisconsin Hiring Process & Interview Preparation
Air Wisconsin Hiring Process and Interview Preparation
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Regardless of the capacity in which you would like to join the Air Wisconsin team, you will need to take and pass several assessments and aptitude tests in order to progress through Air Wisconsin's recruitment process. Practicing for your BMCT, Situational Judgment test, Personality assessment, etc. will give you an advantage throughout this process.
The different steps in the Air Wisconsin hiring process are:
Application Process – Once you have selected a position from the Air Wisconsin website, you will need to upload and submit an up-to-date copy of your resume.
Phone Interview – If your resume passes the initial screening process, you will receive a phone call from an HR representative to set up time for a phone interview.
Online Assessment Tests – The assessment tests you will need to take during the hiring process will often be sent as a follow up to the initial phone screening. You will need to pass
Face-To-Face Interviews – Depending on the position you have applied to, you will need to go through one or more interviews. Your in-person interviews with Air Wisconsin will usually be held with more than one member of the management team.
Air Wisconsin’s Assessment/Aptitude Tests
On top of expert interview advice, you will receive dozens of resources to help you soar through the following assessments, and more:
Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test (BMCT) - This test is used to assess your understanding and application of various mechanical principles. This test allows Air Wisconsin to gain a better idea of your future job performance.
Situational Judgement – Air Wisconsin will use this type of assessment to measure your behavioral and cognitive abilities within hypothetical workplace situations and conflicts.
Personality Test – This test will further demonstrate to Air Wisconsin that you are the ideal candidate to fill the vacant position within their company. By practicing prior to taking this sort of test you will gain a better understanding of your strengths, and the areas where you need to improve.
Whether you are a pilot, flight attendant, or other Air Wisconsin hopeful, you will need to prepare for several interviews. The most common questions to be asked during your phone interview include:
Your previous work experience;
Your salary expectations, etc.
Your face-to-face interviews will go more in depth regarding your skills and abilities. You should expect to answer a series of industry-specific questions, behavioral, mechanical, and technical questions. When answering your interviewer, be sure to use the Star technique so that your answers are both organized and engaging,
Below you will find examples of the most common questions to expect during your Air Wisconsin interview:
Why would you like to work for Air Wisconsin Airlines?
Describe a time where you resolved a conflict while on the job.
Describe a time when you had to pull another co-worker's weight.
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