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  • Nine mechanical reasoning tests
  • Seven numerical reasoning tests
  • Six sentence completion tests
  • Three tools and measures drills
  • Four study guides for both numerical reasoning and mechanical reasoning
  • Secured payment
  • Immediate online access, practice 24/7
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The OTIS, the Elevator Industry Aptitude Test (EIAT), the National Elevator Industry Education Program (NEIEP), the International Union of Elevator Contractors (IUEC), the Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC), and other trademarks are the property of their respective trademark holders. None of the trademark holders is affiliated with JobTestPrep or this website.


Prepare for the OTIS hiring and recruitment process with JobTestPrep’s resources. Our PrepPacks™ can help you ace the interview, prepare for the presentation, and get you one step closer to your desired job at OTIS. Start practicing today to ensure your success.


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'Prep pack was right on top of it! Basically what the test looks like!I took a general reading, mechanics aptitude test, and arithmetic aptitude test. Math was the most difficult one.'

Curry J., in discloses position


OTIS Hiring Process

The OTIS hiring and recruitment process includes the following steps:

  • Application – OTIS utilizes the Brassring applicant tracking system (ATS) that screens and analyzes your application, resume, CV, and additional documents for keyword-specific phrases that align with the job description. Learn more about applicant tracking systems and how to beat them on our dedicated ATS page.
  • Interview – You will encounter a preliminary phone interview, and then later be invited to attend a “super day” which consists of several rounds of interviews with a variety of managers and supervisors.
  • Presentation – You will be asked to give a brief presentation (about any topic) in front of other candidates, managers, and supervisors. This is done to demonstrate your communication, teamwork, and professional skill set.

Elevator Industry Aptitude Test (EIAT)

In order to become a qualified elevator technician, you must have passed the Elevator Industry Aptitude Test (EIAT). Developed by the National Elevator Industry Education Program (NEIEP), primarily focuses on arithmetic computation, reading comprehension, and mechanical comprehension. The purpose of the test is to assess your aptitude for working in the elevator industry.

The Elevator Industry Aptitude Test (EIAT) does not give a penalty for incorrect answers. Therefore, if you’re unsure about an answer, it’s better to guess than leave it blank. Additionally, the EIAT is scored on a pass or fail basis, with 70% being the minimum for passing. Applicants that fail the EIAT will not be considered for an interview and must wait until the next recruitment period. Therefore, in order to ensure that you make it to the interview stage, prepare with JobTestPrep’s IUEC PrepPack™.

About OTIS

OTIS, established in the early 1850s, is an American company that develops and manufactures elevators, escalators, moving walkways, and related equipment. OTIS has over 65,000 employees worldwide and has its work in some of the most famous places, such as the Eiffel Tower, Empire State Building, Skylon Tower, CN Tower, Petronas Twin Towers, and more.

Benefits and Perks of Working at OTIS

OTIS not only hires elevator and escalator technicians but a variety of other job positions as well. Some of which include Quality Engineer, International Trade Compliance Specialist, Project Manager, Sector Manager, Manufacturing Applications Manager, Test Engineer, and more.

Although the benefits can differ by country, generally, most OTIS employees can expect health insurance (includes dental), life insurance, disability insurance, retirement plans, saving plans, and holiday and vacation days.

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