It was a good process and all of the necessary questions were asked.
Answered - Independent Contractor (Former Employee) - Dayton, OH
No bad background and good at testing then you're good to go.
Answered - Armorer (Former Employee) - Valdosta, GA
No interview. Volunteer and go!!!
Answered - Chief, Ground Communications (Former Employee) - worldwide
Answered - Security Forces Member (Former Employee) - Great Falls, MT
One on one with the program manager, and a complete resume.
Answered - Medical Records and Health Information Technician (Former Employee) - Andrews AFB, MD
I interviewed for the contract company and then the USAFA supervisor. I was hired fairly quickly.
Answered - MEDICAL CASE MANAGER (Former Employee) - USAF Academy, CO
No interview..just ASFAB test
Answered - AIRCRAFT MAINT TECH (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM
Typically the interview process is informal, but informative for new entry personnel. if it is for a higher level position, then there is a formal interview board that has 3-4 persons asking a rang of various questions.
Answered - Master Sergeant Knowledge Management (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO
The interviews within the military profession are different than civil service.
Answered - NCO (Former Employee) - WPAFB
Long and takes months for them to really evaluate you for future career retention. This is important because there are many who cannot handle military life if they go into service with the idea of "what's in it for me". Service is just what it means: to serve others and to protect all the people who live in the United States.
Answered - Aircraft Maintenance Technician/Launch, Recovery (Former Employee) - Ellsworth AFB, SD