The first step to obtaining a career with easyJet is the application. Here, you will upload your current CV, as well as answer competency questions that relate to the position you are applying for.
To answer these questions in the correct manner, you will need to include the key values of easyJet in your answers. The key values of easyJet are as follows:
In addition to incorporating these key values into your answers, you also need to include practical examples of where you have used similar values in the past (as part of your CV).
The easyJet pilot online assessments typically involve one or more of the following psychometric tests:
If you pass the easyJet pilot online assessment tests, your application will be reviewed to ensure you meet the minimum requirements and have answered the questions thoroughly. Be sure you have uploaded your CV by this point. If you are successful in the review process, you will be invited to attend the assessment centre.
Held in Luton for 16 pilots, this eight-hour assessment centre consists of multiple steps. These include presentations, aptitude tests, and group exercises.
Group exercises will also be performed during the assessment centre. As there are many different types of groups exercises, we've provided you with two separate examples.
1. You have just discovered that there is a technical error concerning the plane, which means you will not be able to get to your destination. You will be given three different options with a variety of different locations to choose from. Each of these locations has its own advantages and disadvantages. You need to decide which of the locations is best suited for the landing.
2. Everyone in the group is given a list of 14 qualities that make a good pilot. As a group, you have to decide on the order of them—which is the most important and which is the least important.
The most important aspect of these group exercises is your ability to interact with the other members of the group in a productive manner, not the actual outcome or your decision.
The in-person interview is one of the most important steps of the easyJet Pilot recruitment process. It takes place at the assessment centre. The interview is approximately one hour in length and consists of motivational and competency questions. To answer the questions in the correct manner, you need to integrate the key values mentioned above in your answers.
Additionally, when you are asked a question that inquires about your skill level, you should respond using the STAR method. This method allows you to explain setbacks while highlighting your accomplishments and skills.
Below are some examples of easyJet pilot interview questions:
The aforementioned questions are just some of the interview questions you may encounter. However, you can prepare for any interview question or method with our interview PrepPack™.
If you're successful at the assessment centre, you will be asked to take a flight simulator assessment (on a different day) at either London Gatwick or Burgess Hill.
JobTestPrep will soon provide simulator preparation. However, in the meantime, refresh your knowledge of the aforementioned tests, interviews, and exercises.
To be successful with easyJet, it is important to practise. By practising, you give yourself a higher chance of doing well, and doing well means landing a pilot job at easyJet.
JobTestPrep’s preparation packages include various practice tests that can be taken in real-time simulation mode (to reflect similar test conditions) or step-by-step mode. Additionally, the package contains detailed answer explanations and score reports. Start preparing today to ensure your success with easyJet.
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