1. Aviation behavioral-based interview questions part 2:

► By providing examples, convince me that you can adapt to a wide variety of people, situations, and environments?
► Describe a project you were responsible for starting. What did you do? How did it work out?
► When, in a past job, did you find it important to disagree with your boss? How did you approach him/her and what was the result?
► Give me an example of a time when you had to manage multiple projects simultaneously. How did you prioritize them?
► What major problem have you encountered and how did you deal with it?
► Describe the relationship that should exist between a supervisor and subordinates?

2. Aviation behavioral-based interview questions part 1:

► Give me a recent example of a situation you have faced when the "pressure was on". What happened? How did you handle it?
► Give me an example of a recent situation when you disagreed with someone on the job. What were your options for settling it? Why did you choose the option you did?
► Give me an example of a decision you had to make quickly or under pressure. How did you approach it and how did it work out?
► Tell me about a time when you had to go above and beyond the call of duty in order to get a job done?
► Give me an example of an important goal that you had set in the past and tell me about you success in reaching it?
► Describe a situation in which you were able to use persuasion to successfully convince someone to see things your way?

3. Aviation interview questions part 5:

► Do you have a geographical preference? Why?
► Are you willing to spend at least six months as a trainee?
► Why do you think you might want to live in the community in which our company is located?
► What have you learned from your mistakes?

4. Aviation interview questions part 4:

► In what ways do you think that you can make a contribution to our company?
► What qualities should a successful manager possess?
► What two or three accomplishments have given you the most satisfaction and why?
► What kind of work environment are you most comfortable?
► Why did you decide to seek a position with this company?
► What two or three things are most important to you in your job?
► Are you seeking employment in a company of a certain size? Why?
► What criteria are you using to evaluate the company for which you hope to work?

5. Aviation interview questions part 3:

► What is your salary history?
► What do you really want to do in life?
► What are your long-range career objectives?
► How do you plan to achieve your career goals?
► What are the most important roles you expect in your business career?
► Which is more important to you, the money or the type of job?
► What motivates you to put forth your greatest effort?
► What qualifications do you have that make you think that you will be successful in business?
► How do you determine or evaluate success?
► What do you think it takes to be successful in a company like ours?

6. Aviation interview questions part 2:

► What are your lifetime goals?
► What did you learn in your last position?
► What is your management style?
► How well do you communicate in writing and orally? Give me some examples.
► In what ways do you think you can make a contribution to this company?
► How do you think other people describe you?
► Why should I hire you?
► How do you work under pressure?
► Are you willing to travel? relocate?
► What are your salary requirements?

7. Aviation interview questions part 1:

► Tell me about yourself?
► What are your greatest strengths?
► What is your greatest weakness?
► Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
► What led you to pursue your degree/industry?
► What areas of this profession are you most interested in and why?
► Why are you interested in this position?
► What accomplishment has given you the greatest satisfaction and why?
► What do you know about our company?
► What do you know about this position?

8. Can one deviate from any flight rules and regulations? When?

Chief Pilot in command can deviate from rules and regulations during emergency period; he can do it to get the plane back to the normalcy or to meet the expected requirement of the emergency.

9. Do you know about the main areas in Aviation?

► Aircraft's and parts
► Ordinance and Military vehicles
► Computers, electronic components, and systems
► Aviation electronic/Avionics
► Robotics
► Satellites
► Search and detection equipments
► Strategic defensive initiative
► Sensors and instrumentation
► Ships
► Space vehicles and commercialization of space
► Advanced materials, composites and specialty metals
► Computers, electronic components, and systems
► Fighters and attack aircraft
► Government defense policies and goals
► Lasers
► Navigation controls and guidance systems

10. Do you know what will be the responsibility of the spacecraft operations, dynamics, and controls?

People working on these areas as aerospace engineers should have familiarity and exposure to NASTRAN and MATLAB with knowledge on space environment and modeling of flexible dynamics. These aerospace engineers will be responsible to work in the areas of structural control, momentum control, line of sight (LOS), spacecraft mission design, control of space boards payloads, operational engineering.

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