I applied for the AME Apprentice position on nov and i got a call for the interview on end of Jan.
After that, they called me for the medical test and criminal background check in the week after the interview. I cleared all the process so they called two of my supervisors in current workplace for reference check.
After all, i got an email saying that there is no more opening for apprentice so they put me in the pool of candidates. In this case , is there any more possibility that i can get hired in the future, or should i give it up on it?
This is the e mail what i got this morning.
Thank you for taking the time to participate in the recruitment process for the position of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. This email is to advise you that while your application remains in good standing, we currently only have openings for Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers. Therefore, your application has been added to our pool of candidates.
Please note that should our requirements change, you will be considered for future hiring. In addition to keeping your contact information up to date on your online profile, please also keep your application up to date by:
1. Updating your answers to the questions you answered when you applied (Questionnaire); and
2. Attaching an updated resume.
We thank you for your interest in our organization and thank you again for the time you have given the recruitment process. If you have any questions or would like your application removed from the pool, please let me know.
1. Date put in the pool?
2. How long they been in the pool?
3. If they got hired, wait time?
I have a feeling they might be pooling lower time guys now since they are a bit slow...
Any body with some inside scoops!!!
Did a medical last week and waiting now......
I find the recruitment process so very flawed. Here I am, Just passed 1500 hours. Have had my application sitting which surpasses all the requirements by miles.
Jazz: Let's not even bother looking at his application and instead send 3 of his students through. Haha I was shocked. How you overlook someone who taught those successful candidates the majority of their pilot ability is beyond me. It is what it is.
Patience is a virtue I guess right