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Re: Video Interview

#26 Post by Pt6-42 » Wed Jul 05, 2017 12:48 pm

So if no word after 3-4 days pfo is coming?
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Re: Video Interview

#27 Post by skypirate88 » Wed Jul 05, 2017 1:22 pm

Just sit tight. No news is usually good news.

The recruiters are trying to expedite the process lately. These days, people are going to the first regional that calls. We can't take 3 weeks to process an application any more.
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Re: Video Interview

#28 Post by RNAV30 » Sat Jul 08, 2017 4:40 pm

Mike1985 wrote:
RNAV30 wrote:
Pt6-42 wrote:Just did my video interview today, how long do they take to either pfo you or move on to sim?
Had my medical the next day (booked at same time as interview). Got the sim call the day after the medical.

Got the groundschool call 2 days after sim.
I have my sim coming up soon. Do you have an in person interview before sim? For the sim evaluation they use dash or rj?

No in person interview. They do just the Webcam/Phone interview. My sim was in YYZ at Seneca using a King Air 200 Sim. NO GPS/FMS. They will give you a routing and a sheet with power settings and some generic call outs they want to hear. You get 45 min to study then into the sim.
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Re: Video Interview

#29 Post by RNAV30 » Sat Jul 08, 2017 4:41 pm

Flyguy13 wrote:
RNAV30 wrote:
Pt6-42 wrote:Just did my video interview today, how long do they take to either pfo you or move on to sim?
Had my medical the next day (booked at same time as interview). Got the sim call the day after the medical.

Got the groundschool call 2 days after sim.
Was this recently?

Yes, beginning of June
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Re: Video Interview

#30 Post by Mike1985 » Sun Jul 09, 2017 4:30 am

RNAV30 wrote:
Mike1985 wrote:
RNAV30 wrote:
Had my medical the next day (booked at same time as interview). Got the sim call the day after the medical.

Got the groundschool call 2 days after sim.
I have my sim coming up soon. Do you have an in person interview before sim? For the sim evaluation they use dash or rj?

No in person interview. They do just the Webcam/Phone interview. My sim was in YYZ at Seneca using a King Air 200 Sim. NO GPS/FMS. They will give you a routing and a sheet with power settings and some generic call outs they want to hear. You get 45 min to study then into the sim.
Hi. I am scheduled for a sim evaluation in YYZ. So all the enroute navigation, holds and approaches are non GPS (VORs, NDBs, ILSs)?
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Re: Video Interview

#31 Post by Rowdy » Sun Jul 09, 2017 7:31 am

Correct.
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Re: Video Interview

#32 Post by RNAV30 » Sun Jul 09, 2017 9:50 pm

Mike1985 wrote:
RNAV30 wrote:
Mike1985 wrote:
I have my sim coming up soon. Do you have an in person interview before sim? For the sim evaluation they use dash or rj?

No in person interview. They do just the Webcam/Phone interview. My sim was in YYZ at Seneca using a King Air 200 Sim. NO GPS/FMS. They will give you a routing and a sheet with power settings and some generic call outs they want to hear. You get 45 min to study then into the sim.
Hi. I am scheduled for a sim evaluation in YYZ. So all the enroute navigation, holds and approaches are non GPS (VORs, NDBs, ILSs)?
Affirmative.

My routing was a SID, Direct to NDB and Hold. The remainder was Vectors to the approaches.
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Re: Video Interview

#33 Post by Mike1985 » Mon Jul 10, 2017 11:38 am

Thanks guys. Also I don't have any turbine experience, so should I get acquainted with power lever, condition lever, engine settings and other things related to turbine operations for sim evaluation?
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Re: Video Interview

#34 Post by Rupert_Pupkin » Mon Jul 10, 2017 11:48 am

Mike1985 wrote:Thanks guys. Also I don't have any turbine experience, so should I get acquainted with power lever, condition lever, engine settings and other things related to turbine operations for sim evaluation?
Nah just giver
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Re: Video Interview

#35 Post by scrat1 » Fri Jul 28, 2017 9:20 am

To whom it may concern,

hi everyone, I hope all is well with my fellow aviation co-workers and enthusiasts!!!!!!

I've got a question to ask you all, and I hope i can get some clarification in here, I am a Canadian that flies in another country (not the USA) and i have never done a NDB since the country where I live and work there isn't any NDB many years now, my question is about the Jazz SIM EVAL. The SIM eval. is to check the persons ability to work under pressure under a two crew plane, check how the individual reacts with its CRM which in fact is extremely important now a days, OR is to check the individual ability to actually see if the person knows how to fly an airplane, lets say me I have NEVER done an NDB hold, NDB approach in this case would I fail the SIM Evaluation? OR what they would like to see is how I interact as pilot inside the box?

thank you and I am sorry for my silly question,

P.S. please feel free to P.M me

thank you and SAFE FLIGHT to everyone.
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Re: Video Interview

#36 Post by Black_Tusk » Fri Jul 28, 2017 10:00 am

Might not be a bad idea then to go do some sim sessions at a flight school and focus on NDBs.

I personally didn't get anything NDB related on my eval. It was all LOC based.
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