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easyJet June 2019 Amy Johnson

Old 25th May 2019, 08:18
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A (male) friend of mine got a convocation for the 12
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Old 27th May 2019, 15:23
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Hey guys! Applied and "passed" the online assessment. As of today no further e-mails, so I suspect I wasn't shortlisted. Best of luck for those who got contacted for the next phase in Gatwick!

BTW I wish they would inform all the rest of us candidates... I found myself refreshing my inbox a bit too often these days, eventually waiting for nothing
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Old 27th May 2019, 15:56
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Hi guys !

I also got a convocation for the 12th of June. If anyone else is going to Gatwick on this day (or another), let me know !
+ Am I the only one to have applied without having an MCC ? Now the "sim briefing" they send us seems to include some multipilot procedures and I'm about to freak out !

PS : this is finally my first post on PPRuNe, I feel baptised
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Old 28th May 2019, 06:49
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Originally Posted by fqfm View Post
Hi guys !

I also got a convocation for the 12th of June. If anyone else is going to Gatwick on this day (or another), let me know !
+ Am I the only one to have applied without having an MCC ? Now the "sim briefing" they send us seems to include some multipilot procedures and I'm about to freak out !

PS : this is finally my first post on PPRuNe, I feel baptised
When have you applied firstly ?
Finger crossed !!
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Old 28th May 2019, 07:06
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Originally Posted by Pinuz89 View Post
When have you applied firstly ?
Finger crossed !!
I applied around the 10th of May, 2 days after passing my CPL/IRME (I call this timing ). Took the online assessment the week after and got an email with the convocation to Gatwick on the last tuesday.
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Old 28th May 2019, 09:12
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As expected, PFO email received. I'll give it a shot as Direct Entry in future.
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Old 28th May 2019, 09:12
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Have just received the PFO email
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Old 28th May 2019, 09:17
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Same for me, good luck for the future guys!
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Old 28th May 2019, 09:18
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Originally Posted by fqfm View Post
Hi guys !

I also got a convocation for the 12th of June. If anyone else is going to Gatwick on this day (or another), let me know !
+ Am I the only one to have applied without having an MCC ? Now the "sim briefing" they send us seems to include some multipilot procedures and I'm about to freak out !

PS : this is finally my first post on PPRuNe, I feel baptised
I had an MCC and as far as I know CRM plays a big role in assessments, anyway if the called you it means it's doable!
good luck!
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Old 28th May 2019, 09:28
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I've got the PFO email too..
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Old 28th May 2019, 09:46
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Originally Posted by anto125 View Post
I had an MCC and as far as I know CRM plays a big role in assessments, anyway if the called you it means it's doable!
good luck!
That was the whole point of this selection process ; you have to take or re-take an MCC with Easyjet. Meaning that you can apply without any MCC (obviously or my application wouldn't have been taken). Hence my perplexity ! Anyway answer will be on the 12th, if I can't manage to do the sim then I'll have my answer.
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Old 1st Jun 2019, 19:20
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Hello,

Don't post much, but I've been through the whole recruitment process and was happily successful and now currently in the Talent Hold Pool.

I have experience, but not rated on any airbus fly by wire product. My TT is 2000 hr, which is much less when you factor in the EasyJet hours, which means I'm actually a second officer, so minimum pay.

I won't go over the online stuff.

The day was at Concorde house.

Part 1. We met in the cafeteria. Showed them my documents and met with the other candidates, whom were all very experienced and a pleasure to chat with. There were 6 of us in total.
Part 2. Went upstairs and had the company presentation, which if you researched, is all very repetitive.
Part 3. Group exercise and was basically putting together giant straws and connectors to create geometric shapes, each shape was a value in euros and then it was totalled up. They are all around the room looking at how you act as a team. I was all smiles, laughs and we all worked great together and in the end was the winning team!!
Part 4. One on one interview. I had an HR lady and she asked about my career and I just gave her a story timeline approach and then she went on with situational questions, which if you have experience is extremely easy to answer!! Don't put pressure on yourself, just write down some good experience and use one of those examples. Infact I answered two questions in one answer, which was a bonus and she was very happy!
Part 5. Sim Assessment: Fantastic experience with an EasyJet training Captain. I would love to fly with this guy, from New Zealand, very good at his job teaching. We had a brief, talked about how to track an NDB, which is something I do every day, so ended up answering those questions and then we reviewed the profiles for take off, cruise and landing and proceeded to the sim! Sat down and had about 15 min to go over some of the basic stuff in the aircraft and off we went!! The airbus is very nice to fly. Point the stick to where you want it to go, up, down left or right and let go and the flyby wire takes care of the rest!! Much easier than what I fly now!! It is all raw data, no flight directors, no autopilot and no auto thrust but they aren't asking anything difficult.

Departure out of EDI, TLA6C off of 24. Track the outbound VOR radial and then you'll be on radar vectors climbing and descending with turns at the same time. Anticipate your power, as I'm use to instant Turboprop power, so that was definitely something new! Then you track the NDB back to the airport for 24 with radar vectors once he see's good tracking. Then you do the approach Raw Data ILS 24. He'll freeze the sim for the briefings. I used my current company SOPs to give me some awareness and just pretended it was a big ATR! My partner was great! Kept on top of stuff and we were an excellent team. Landed and left!

The job requires you to buy a type rating for 22,500GBP up front and you are bonded for 10,000GBP over two years.

Looks like most of the jobs are in the UK and the European bases nearer the end of 2019 early 2020.

Found out I got the job one week later. I hope this helps and good luck to you all!!
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Old 12th Jun 2019, 00:43
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Good luck to those who are having the assessment today!
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Old 7th Jul 2019, 20:06
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After reading this thread I'm confused, were any male applicants selected or was it female only?

Thanks
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Old 8th Jul 2019, 17:11
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Originally Posted by Mosler View Post
After reading this thread I'm confused, were any male applicants selected or was it female only?

Thanks

maybe 5/1 ratio. They want to achieve something like 20% females till the end of 2019/20. Equal opportunity isnít applied here. More like equal outcome.
A buddy of mine passed the online assessment the same day they sent the email and wasnít invited.
Go figure
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Old 8th Jul 2019, 17:42
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What I can say is that we were 4 guys during the first day of assessment, only one made it.
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Old 8th Jul 2019, 18:45
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Originally Posted by Mosler View Post
After reading this thread I'm confused, were any male applicants selected or was it female only?
I can confirm male applicants were selected and were successful in the assessment.
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Old 9th Jul 2019, 15:01
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Originally Posted by BeanFlyer View Post
I can confirm male applicants were selected and were successful in the assessment.
How many male and female applicants were selected?
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Old 10th Jul 2019, 10:04
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Were the accepted male candidates straight males?

The easyjet recruitment team have a perverted interest in those who have other 'interests', or females
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