Delta Airlines, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, employs about 80,000 people worldwide, and regardless of the position you're after, JobTestPrep can help! Our resources include test and hiring information, practice tests and drills, study guides, and user-friendly score reports. Start practicing today to ensure your success at Delta.
All of Delta Airline's career opportunities require employees to be at least 18 years old, possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and be authorized to work in the U.S. If you meet the aforementioned criteria, you may apply for a Delta job, but be sure to read about the intensive hiring process.
The Delta hiring process consists of the following steps:
Depending on the Delta career you're after, you may encounter several pre-employment assessment tests. Some of which include:
Delta has a multi-step interview process, but it's important to note that different job positions can add or omit interviews. However, the typical interview process consists of a phone and/or video interview, followed by an in-person interview. It is important to prepare for your interviews as this is your chance for employers to get to know you.
The phone interview is just as it sounds—you are called and asked a number of basic questions (availability, salary requirements, experience, etc.).
The video interview is set up so that you receive the interview questions via email, but instead of talking and interacting with a person, you record your interview answers on the computer and then submit them to the recruiter.
If you pass the phone and/or computer interview successfully, you are then invited to schedule a face-to-face interview. You may encounter a one-on-one face-to-face interview, a panel interview, or a group interview. The group interview can be a bit unusual as there can be 30–50 other candidates at the same venue as you. This is because Delta splits the candidates into groups that rotate between three stations: informative presentation, interview in front of two or more panel members, and team exercises. Once this is done, everyone watches an informative Delta tutorial video.
Delta highly encourages its interviewees to answer interview questions using the STAR method, to ensure that you answer deliberately and effectively.
If you pass the interview(s), then the next step is waiting to hear back from Delta regarding a potential job offer. Don’t be surprised if it takes time to hear back; Delta wants to be sure it's hiring the right employees.
Delta employs over 80,000 people worldwide; therefore, the job and career opportunity in your desired field is attainable, and by preparing with JobTestPrep, you'l be one step closer to the job you're after. Some of the current, vacant career and job opportunities with Delta are:
Regardless of the job position you're after, JobTestPrep has the resources to help! Start practicing today to ensure your success.
If you manage to pass all rounds of the hiring process, you'll be eligible for the perks and benefits that Delta offers its employees. Some of the benefits and perks include:
JobTestPrep’s Delta PrepPacks™ include a variety of preparation materials. Most Delta PrepPacks™ include practice tests that can be taken in real-time simulation mode (to reflect similar test conditions) or step-by-step mode, detailed answer explanations, study guides, and score reports; some packs even contain interview preparation resources. Start practicing today to ensure your success with Delta.
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