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Great! Everyday brought new challenges, never a dull moment.

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Treat the employee with respect and give them thrust in the company.

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You get enough vacation days to attend family funerals.

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Average working hours

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Sometimes fast and sometimes slow.

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Poor outlook going forward

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Most times it depends on what your job will be. If you are a sim tech be prepared to explain to them how a simulator works.

Most of them want to know what types of sims, host pc, and/or the type of input/output system used or that you have experience with. Have you ever worked on Level D full motion sims? If so, were they Hydraulic Control Loading and Motion or were they fully electric? Do you have any visual experience if so on what Vital IG systems? Vital 8, 9, X, or Vital 1100? Can you actually perform a preflight of a simulator and actually fly and land it correctly?

In your opinion what was a moment that you felt you went above and beyond to assist a customer? Tells us about yourself? Where are you from? What made you interested in being a simulator technician? FINALLY! Probably the biggest question. What makes you want to come to work here with us at Learning Center 1108?

Most important thing to remember is this. When the interview is coming to a close and they ask, do you have any questions or concerns that we can answer for you today? I don't care what you ask but come up with something even if it isn't particularly related to the job itself. I cannot stress this enough, no questions for them, no job for you.

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MetLife, I believe it changed to Prudential Rock possibly though.

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Almost impossible unless you know someone or are married to one of the higher ups in the company. Then you can be whatever you want to be and learn the job as you go along, or not.

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