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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

56 months ago

Step 3: Phone interview… This interview is so nerve racking due to the fact that it’s a PHONE interview. I feel extremely comfortable with my abilities to interview in person, but over the phone, not so exciting. Don’t get nervous, just be prepared to answer the tough, catch you off guard questions like: Describe when you were on a team, what role did you play and what did you accomplish. Another question that stands out is: Describe a time you had to deal with a difficult employee or co-worker. How did you handle the situation?
****** I believe that SCES has actually moved the phone interview to step two as a sort of prescreening situation before they pay for you to take the work keys tests. ******

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

56 months ago

Step 4: A few weeks later I received a letter in the mail congratulating me on making it to the pre-employment training stage and a schedule for my training to begin. I had to confirm that I would be attending by calling a phone number and now I am counting down the minutes until my classes begin. This is a two week process, M-Thurs 6p.m.- 10p.m.. I believe they will offer a earlier class as well. ???? Prepare for 32 hours of unpaid training. It’s going to be a great experience and its paid for, so enjoy the ride.
THIS IS WHERE I AM CURRENTLY IN THE PROCESS, I WILL KEEP YOU POSTED

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

55 months ago

Phase I training is going great. I am currently on day 4 of training in which our group will get to see the facilities in person. I am looking forward to the tour. A lot of what we are learning is very basic and may be awfully familiar to most of you. It’s a good re-acclimation to some of the fundamentals you may have forgotten and maybe a few new concepts and ideas that you may not be so familiar with. All in all, this has been an extremely enjoyable experience up to this point.

FYI: We have been told that Boeing is not currently hiring for the existing or the new facilities, that is for the positions of Assembler A and Fabrication Specialist A. These are the two positions that ReadySC is training for. So that means, if you are currently in the middle of the process, don't stress, things are just going to take a little longer. We were told that training any new candidates will be on hold as well after my class completes its Phase 1. What does this mean? Well for me, I won't be expecting any more updates or interviews for a few weeks after my Phase 1 training is completed. Could take months, but they will proceed not too long in the future. Hang in there and keep checking the www.sctechjobs.com website for when the flood gates open and they start accepting applications for training again. That’s when I believe it’s safe to say that Boeing is moving forward with the training programs.

Hang in there

Anthony

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

55 months ago

Day 7 of Phase I training: Everything is smooth sailing up until this point. My group of fellow students has had a few people drop out and we are down to 15 people now. I am pretty sure we had 20 on day one. Its not that the class is demanding by any stretch, just time consuming. The instructors are trying to expose reality to make sure its a good fit for all the candidates and they seem to have been pretty upfront and honest as to what we should expect in the near future, as far as getting offered the job. Some of that information may have run off a couple of people whom didn't have that kind of time to invest or others just lost interest, and one person couldn't physically lift the aprox. 15 Lb. "Quackenbush" long enough to attach it. (You'll have to find out about that on your own)

Hang in there, your time is coming...

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

55 months ago

Phase I training is complete. I am glad I was able to participate but at the same time, I am kind of glad that it's over. I can't sugar coat the whole process and say that it was a lot of fun. Because, it wasn't always. Some of the time spent in this class is very basic information that most of us will already have. It was hard to stay focused during these times but you have too and remember your goal. After all, this is training for an entry level position and its going to be BASIC.

Now we wait...
Our class was the 4th class that Readysc has taught. We have been told that there are approximately 36 other people in line in front of us for these positions. Class 1 has already received their next interview and out of 19 people, 15 received offers, only nine ended up working for Boeing. 4 people of the 15 didn't pass the drug screen/background check and the other two people declined for one reason or another.

So, with no bad habits to speak of and a clean background, I remain pretty hopeful.

ONE MORE THING, I am not too excited about the pay... It is a lot less than what I expected. We all know that they pay you $12/Hr. while in school, but what comes after that? They did tell us a number, and I am going to have to keep it to myself, but its not great. I personally am going to take a job a Boeing, with every intention to finish my degree in Electrical Engineering and while doing so, steadily progress up the ladder of Boeing.
Don't get me wrong, the pay isn't bad, it's just what I have been making in the past. However, to do something that I enjoy with a great long term future, that will make it worth it.

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

55 months ago

correction to 2nd to last line from above;

Don't get me wrong, the pay isn't bad, it's just NOT what I have been making in the past.

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

55 months ago

No news yet...

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Goose Goose in Taylors, South Carolina

54 months ago

Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina said: No news yet...

I live near Greenville,SC. I got a call from Boeing N Charleston last week of Jan 2010 asking if I was interested in interview. During that call she quoted a salary range to see if i would go to the interview. It seemed low,but it is considered entry level. Boeing may be offering lower wages because of non union and lower cost of living in SC. This Thurs I go for QA interview. From reading your experience,you have to be patient with Boeing.

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

54 months ago

Good luck on your QA. If you are actually interviewing with "Boeing" and not "ReadySC" you're headed in the right direction. That is the interview I am waiting to partake in currently. What position are you applying for?

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Goose Goose in Taylors, South Carolina

54 months ago

I believe it's Quality Inspector-Quality Acceptance Specialist. My interview time is 2:00 this thursday.

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

54 months ago

I have a status change on my sctechjobs.com acct. It has changed to Phase 1-Sat.
I assume that is saying that phase one training is satisfactorily completed.
There is some movement, someone is still looking at the books at least.

Yes I have been patient thru this long process, but so have many others, and I believe its just the simple fact that we jumped in the Boeing water before the dam was built.

By the way, how do you feel your interview went on Thursday?

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Goose Goose in Taylors, South Carolina

54 months ago

Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina said: Good luck on your QA. If you are actually interviewing with "Boeing" and not "ReadySC" you're headed in the right direction. That is the interview I am waiting to partake in currently. What position are you applying for?

How would you describe your interview? I met 2 guys who were currently working on the Space Shuttle. It only has 4 missions left.

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

53 months ago

We have some movement. www.boeing.com has posted a job listing on their website for Assembler A, those who have completed the Phase I training via ReadySC need only apply. That’s me! Finally. ReadySC has also issued emails to post Phase I attendees informing them how to take the steps to apply and progress to the next step.

Now for those of you whom have not taken the training yet, this is a good sign for you as well. This means that the ball is starting to roll again, and you could be next.

Wish me luck in the next step, this is the last interview before receiving an offer.

Sincerely,

Anthony

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

53 months ago

Finally...
I received a phone call earlier this week from Boeing and
it was the call I have been waiting for. They scheduled my final interview for Wednesday. The interview went well in my opinion, and now we wait again. However, I was told that this time it wouldn't be a month or two before I heard back from them, they said that it would most likely not be more than two weeks. We'll see.

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Mike Dude in Charleston, South Carolina

48 months ago

Boeing discussed salary before interview? it seems sometimes they don't.

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

48 months ago

Mike, Thank you for your comment. Yes, the amount told to us was just speculative, but it ended up being correct. The rate we were told was a standard rate that is paid to all new hires at this level. Again, Boeing did not confirm the rate. We were just wanting a general idea.

On another note, I am going on 4 months at Boeing and its been a wild ride. Stay positive and look at the long-term.

Good luck everyone

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Mike Dude in Charleston, South Carolina

48 months ago

Thanks,

How does Boeing compare to other companies you have worked for?

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sdny03 in Bremerton, Washington

46 months ago

I hope this gets a response. I interviewed by phone for an employee development specialist job in SC on the 14th of October, 2 weeks later got an email saying congratulations, we need you to fill out an on line application before we can proceed furthar. that was complete on the 27th of October. it is not for a position that requires a clearence so can anyone tell me how long it might take to hear back on anything. This really is a nerve racking process.

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

46 months ago

sdny03 in Bremerton, Washington said: I hope this gets a response. I interviewed by phone for an employee development specialist job in SC on the 14th of October, 2 weeks later got an email saying congratulations, we need you to fill out an on line application before we can proceed furthar. that was complete on the 27th of October. it is not for a position that requires a clearence so can anyone tell me how long it might take to hear back on anything. This really is a nerve racking process.

sdny03, sorry about the delay in response... Thinking back on my experience, I believe I may have had to fill out and submit a second app as well. Once I reached this point I want to think it was another month before I was able to secure an offer. Good luck, and hang in there. LOVE MY EMPLOYEER, happy with my job, not too excited about the pay...

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sdny03 in Ridgecrest, California

46 months ago

well I got a call today from Global Staffing, I missed the call but she said she was calling regarding a Job offer so no sleep tonight and we'll see what happens tomorrow. wish me luck!!!! thanks everyone for the replys.

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tim in Tacoma, Washington

46 months ago

sdny03 in Ridgecrest, California said: well I got a call today from Global Staffing, I missed the call but she said she was calling regarding a Job offer so no sleep tonight and we'll see what happens tomorrow. wish me luck!!!! thanks everyone for the replys.

Did you interview yet..

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

46 months ago

sdny03, congrats!!! Thats great. Hope to see you in Charleston soon.

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Sdny03 in Plano, Texas

46 months ago

I interviewed on14oct. Applied on the 27th and missed the call today but we will see tomorrow

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RR in Bothell, Washington

46 months ago

you should see the offer at the boeing website.

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Sdny03 in Plano, Texas

46 months ago

Not there yet so whi knows we'll see what tomm brings

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

37 months ago

PAY IS BETTER!!!! A LOT BETTER!!!!!! BE ENCOURAGED!!!!

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a930rocket in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

37 months ago

I got lucky and applied just as the second wave of applications was opened up a couple of months ago. I went through the same process as Anthony did as far as applying, interviews, testing, etc.

I just completed the phase one training this past Thursday 4 August and received an email the next day with information on getting my Boeing badge at 9 AM, followed by an orientation at 12:30 PM Friday August 12 and phase two training starting the week after.

The training portion is for 180 days through Moseley Technical Services. With ten weeks of it off-site, with the balance at the Boeing plant here in Charleston. From there, you go through the drug and background testing again before you become a full time Boeing employee.

From my understanding, my shift will be from 3:30 PM to 12 for both the training and work.

Not excited about the pay for now, but I'm looking forward to completing the training, getting on board full time with Boeing and going from there.

Mike, did you do the 180 day training as well?

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a930rocket in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

37 months ago

I should add this was for an Assembler A postition.

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a930rocket in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

37 months ago

Edit: I meant to ask if Anthony did the 180 day training.

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a930rocket in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

37 months ago

Thanks.

Will you be at the off-site training on Goer Drive?

I'll try to look you up when I get there. If you see an old two door 1991 red BMW 318is with tinted windows, that's my car. Leave me a note on it. I'd like to pick your brain on who, what, how, etc, to learning and passing the class.

The position I'm signed up for is Assmbler A, but I was told they would place me where I'm needed. Based on that, I'm guessing that's what my training will be...?

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CuriousUser in Keller, Texas

37 months ago

Hello,

I have just interviewed for a Boeing job in Charleston for an entry level position, which I was personally recommended from the Hiring Manager..I kinda mess up on my responses to the first question, since my nerves got the best of me. After that, I responded very well, I think. What are my chances of getting the job? I have several years of aerospace experience, but little for the job that I was interview for. I'm currently under consideration for 2 other jobs, but yet to get an interview. Anyone?

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

37 months ago

CuriousUser-
If you interviewed for an Assembler A position, and you have prior aviation experience, your odds are really good if you expressed a strong desire to learn and presented yourself as someone whom works well on a team and respects structure, with awareness of FOD prevention. Assembler B will be a little harder to get if you don't have job specific experience... But don't count yourself out. My advice, don't make yourself nervous prior to the interview. Don't feel like "this is it" and let your nerves get the best of you. Stay positive, confident, and good luck. Another opportunity will come if you don't hook this first one.

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CuriousUser in Bedford, Texas

37 months ago

Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina said: CuriousUser-
If you interviewed for an Assembler A position, and you have prior aviation experience, your odds are really good if you expressed a strong desire to learn and presented yourself as someone whom works well on a team and respects structure, with awareness of FOD prevention. Assembler B will be a little harder to get if you don't have job specific experience... But don't count yourself out. My advice, don't make yourself nervous prior to the interview. Don't feel like "this is it" and let your nerves get the best of you. Stay positive, confident, and good luck. Another opportunity will come if you don't hook this first one.

Hi Anthony,

It wasn't an Assembler position, but a entry level salary job. Hopefully the results would be positive, if not there is still hope..

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Sdny03

37 months ago

Curious, if you had an interview then your qualified so don't worry. As for the first question hick up don't worry a lot of people do that. As long as you did good from there on out you should be good to go. Calm down and keep checking your email. Also it can take up to 4 weeks to hear anything back. Good luck.

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a930rocket in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

37 months ago

Thousands of people are applying for jobs with Boeing. It seems that some are offered a position quickly after the application or interview process, and for others it takes some time.

Hang in there!

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CuriousUser in Bedford, Texas

37 months ago

Sdny03 said: Curious, if you had an interview then your qualified so don't worry. As for the first question hick up don't worry a lot of people do that. As long as you did good from there on out you should be good to go. Calm down and keep checking your email. Also it can take up to 4 weeks to hear anything back. Good luck.

Thank you Sdny03!

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CuriousUser in Bedford, Texas

37 months ago

Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina said: CuriousUser-
If you interviewed for an Assembler A position, and you have prior aviation experience, your odds are really good if you expressed a strong desire to learn and presented yourself as someone whom works well on a team and respects structure, with awareness of FOD prevention. Assembler B will be a little harder to get if you don't have job specific experience... But don't count yourself out. My advice, don't make yourself nervous prior to the interview. Don't feel like "this is it" and let your nerves get the best of you. Stay positive, confident, and good luck. Another opportunity will come if you don't hook this first one.

Anthony,

My husband just got an email regarding the battery assessment for the Fabrication Specialist job and hopefully they will bring him on for an interview. Just a little backgroud, Boeing offer him a job last year, but turn that down, he then went for another interview in June for the Assembler B position and didn't get it. Now, they again contacted him for this position..I don't know they will hired him again. He will definitely take the job this time if they offer.

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CuriousUser in Bedford, Texas

37 months ago

a930rocket in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina said: Thousands of people are applying for jobs with Boeing. It seems that some are offered a position quickly after the application or interview process, and for others it takes some time.

Hang in there!

Thank you a930..rocket

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CuriousUser in Bedford, Texas

37 months ago

Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina said: CuriousUser-
If you interviewed for an Assembler A position, and you have prior aviation experience, your odds are really good if you expressed a strong desire to learn and presented yourself as someone whom works well on a team and respects structure, with awareness of FOD prevention. Assembler B will be a little harder to get if you don't have job specific experience... But don't count yourself out. My advice, don't make yourself nervous prior to the interview. Don't feel like "this is it" and let your nerves get the best of you. Stay positive, confident, and good luck. Another opportunity will come if you don't hook this first one.

Thank you!

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a wife in Asheville, North Carolina

37 months ago

I am really curious about all this. We submitted my husband's resume for the Assembler B job (actually all 3 of them that were posted)about a week ago. He has military experience as a combat engineer. His status is "Under Consideration".

How long will he be "Under Consideration"?

Also, does anyone know the pay rate for an Assembler B once he has gone through this training I keep reading about? The reason I ask is we want to make sure that he will be making more than what he is making now - even if it is only a little bit more. We have to justify the move as it will take a lot of money to do that. Asheville is just not providing for our family like we thought it would.

We think this is a great opportunity for him and for our family.

Any insight would be appreciated. I am a planner and I have to know some details so that if this does happen, we can make the transition as smooth as possible.

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CuriousUser in Keller, Texas

37 months ago

a wife in Asheville, North Carolina said: I am really curious about all this. We submitted my husband's resume for the Assembler B job (actually all 3 of them that were posted)about a week ago. He has military experience as a combat engineer. His status is "Under Consideration".

How long will he be "Under Consideration"?

Also, does anyone know the pay rate for an Assembler B once he has gone through this training I keep reading about? The reason I ask is we want to make sure that he will be making more than what he is making now - even if it is only a little bit more. We have to justify the move as it will take a lot of money to do that. Asheville is just not providing for our family like we thought it would.

We think this is a great opportunity for him and for our family.

Any insight would be appreciated. I am a planner and I have to know some details so that if this does happen, we can make the transition as smooth as possible.

Hello a Wife in Asheville,

Depending on your husband's experience and if Boeing is need for an Assembler B position. Please keep in mind, even the status says "under considertion" that can change anytime. I know right now, Boeing is hiring alot for the Assembler positions to accommodate the 787 program. When my husband got the first offer last year, they offered him 35kish and wouldn't negotiate at all. My husband has 10+ years experience in aviation/aerospace industry and did everything to an Inspector position. Unfortunately, at that time, he turn down the offer, not because of the salary offered, but I couldn't find a job in South Caroline. He apply again and was interview in June, but didn't get an offer. Then, he apply again in August 2011 and was told to take the assessment test, so hopefully this time he can be a positive outcome. Will keep you posted.

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Wife in Asheville in Asheville, North Carolina

37 months ago

CuriousUser in Keller, Texas said: Hello a Wife in Asheville,

Depending on your husband's experience and if Boeing is need for an Assembler B position. Please keep in mind, even the status says "under considertion" that can change anytime. I know right now, Boeing is hiring alot for the Assembler positions to accommodate the 787 program. When my husband got the first offer last year, they offered him 35kish and wouldn't negotiate at all. My husband has 10+ years experience in aviation/aerospace industry and did everything to an Inspector position. Unfortunately, at that time, he turn down the offer, not because of the salary offered, but I couldn't find a job in South Caroline. He apply again and was interview in June, but didn't get an offer. Then, he apply again in August 2011 and was told to take the assessment test, so hopefully this time he can be a positive outcome. Will keep you posted.

Thank you Curious User...That helps a lot and that is more than he is making now. I can find job down there I am sure of it. I can always waitress if I have to until something comes available.

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HHBrowin in Summerville, South Carolina

37 months ago

who contacts you for the phone interview, to qualify for assembler A? is it the SCEWC or is it a temp agency?

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

37 months ago

HH,

It used to be SCEWC I believe, however now it could be them or the temp agency. Things have changed quite a bit for the first 180 days of employment. The temp company may have gotten involved in the initial hiring process too.

Good luck. Sorry I couldn't answer you question definitively

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Larry in Wilmington, North Carolina

37 months ago

Hey All, I was flown down to Charleston for interview for Assembler B job. Got home and next day they made a contingent offer. I accepted it even though the pay was kinda weak. They did offer moving expenses at least. After I electronically signed a few forms, they began a background check. That's where it got ugly. I got clean records but I was fired from a previous employer. A committee decided my being fired from a short term job that was simply not a good fit made me unqualified for employment at Boeing. Therefore, word to the wise, if you got fired from a job you only worked at a few months it might be wise to just not put it in your application. What's silly to me is it was on my app that I got fired and we wasted all this time and aggravation doing tests and they payed for my flight and hotel knowing full well I was fired from a previous employer. Oh well, probably a chitty company anyway. Definitely not too bright, because I would've given them my full un-divided conscientious attention to detail.

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Wife in Asheville in Asheville, North Carolina

37 months ago

So I just read the comment from Larry. My husband received an email to take the Career Assessment Battery Test. We did not check his email for a few days and they sent it last Wednesday. When I checked his email yesterday, I freaked out and when he got home from work, he took the test.

How long does it take for them to call him for an interview for the Assemble B position? How long form the time you took your test to the time they called you?

Thanks!

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Larry in Wilmington, North Carolina

37 months ago

Took less than a week....I think they're in a hurry now.

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Larry in Wilmington, North Carolina

37 months ago

Less than a week...I think they're in a hurry.

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Anthony Hankinson in Charleston, South Carolina

37 months ago

Larry in Wilmington,

I am so sorry to hear about your poor experience with staffing at Boeing. I hate to hear stories like that. Boeing Charleston is going thru a huge hiring frenzy right now, and has been for the last few months, so I would expect to hear about some pretty erroneous situations. Sorry again, and good luck with everything.

Hopeful in Charleston,

Thank you for the shout out... Yes, I agree. It has been almost two years since I went thru the process for Assembler A and things have changed some, I would assume.
I would like to add, however, that I recently went thru the "hiring process" again for an Assembler B position at the FA&D building and things moved along pretty rapidly after that battery assessment. I think it took about a month after that to schedule my interview, and within 24 hours I had my offer.

The offer within 24 hours was due to the fact that they were implementing an accelerated process and the time between offer and interview could slow at any time. So don't get worried if you go a couple of weeks without hearing anything. But please consider keeping us informed about your progress as you trek the Boeing trail.

Stay confident, prepare well for the interview, and have fun with it. It's an exciting opportunity and it can be pretty stressful awaiting a response... Hang in there. You can do it!!!!

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Wife in Asheville in Asheville, North Carolina

37 months ago

@ Anthony Hankinson...

As fir the interview, what kind of things do they ask? Any insight will help. We want this very bad! I have already been preparing for us to move even though he has not even gotten an interview yet. I just want to make sure that we have as much information as we can gather so he can go in and nail that interview.

Thanks for any help.

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