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The phone interview is a 25–35 minute discussion with a member of the recruitment team. In the phone interview you can expect to be asked questions about your education, experience and qualifications, as mentioned in your application form.
This is often the first time that you will be talking directly to Boeing, so it’s a real opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of the role, Boeing as a business, and the wider defence and aerospace industry.
You will also be asked questions about your motivations: why you have applied for the role, and why you want to work at Boeing. You might be asked some questions about your competencies too, to see where you match with the job description. These questions will need you to provide examples from your experience, both personal and professional.
The assessment centre is the last stage in the typical recruitment process, and is an all-day event where several applicants, sometimes for different roles, all come together for evaluation.
Throughout the day you will have an opportunity to meet current employees, as well as management from the business area that you have applied for. You are under constant assessment through each stage.
The actual structure of the day will be communicated to you before you begin, but you can expect to take part in the following activities:
Group exercise: This is a problem-solving activity where your communication, teamwork and leadership qualities will be assessed. Critical thinking and decision-making will come into play.
Presentation: You will be provided with all the information you need to create a presentation for the group. The assessors are looking for confidence, great communication skills, and the ability to work under pressure.
One of the last things that you will do on this day is to have at least one face-to-face interview. This could be just with a member of the recruitment team or as a panel with managers too.
In the interview, you will have a more in-depth discussion about your abilities, competencies and experience, with behavioural questions as the focus. You will need to provide concise examples of the skills, competencies and behaviours that the role requires, ideally using the STAR mnemonic.
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