Chicks Dig Rotors...
Yup. I applied, interviewed, and was accepted.Has anyone actually applied and been accepted into the program yet? Any feedback from the inside?
Application was pretty easy... and I was reached out to very personably by the Envoy recruiters. They walked me through the application process by e-mail since I was deployed, then as soon as I was back stateside they were easy to call and set up the in-person interview.
I was flown to Dallas for the interview and they put me up in a La Quinta for the night before. Super nice.
The interview was very straight-forward. I'd spent a long time refreshing on IFR stuff and studying Jeppesen charts. I'd researched online and discovered a site that lists most of their technical interview questions. I made flashcards. I was way over-prepared. Apparently they don't ask Rotary guys any of the technical, 121, or Jeppeson chart questions. They only required an HR interview with one of their captains. It was really great, and they offered me a position after the short 40 minute HR interview. I signed on the dotted line, got fingerprinted... and they dropped me at the airport for my free flight home.
Over-all an amazing professional outfit, and a great experience. I'll update this thread when I show to the hour-building flight-school out in San Diego, and letyou know how that all goes. I'm pretty excited.
Also... apparently there's a cash award "recruitment bonus" if I recruit any other pilots to the program... so, if you're thinking about it... PM me. ;-)