Hey guys I applied for a security officers job at Heathrow Airport and they have invited me for a telephone interview.
In the email they sent me they said: "We will also be asking you a question around two of BAA’s Business Behaviours for Security Officers. For these questions, you will need to provide specific examples.
Has anyone done this, if so what do they ask? and what is BAA Business Behaviour?
Why don't you ask them? It shows preparation and having the confidence to clarify something before committing.
Go to Heathrow or Gatwick and ask any BAA security staff and they will assist you .....
Its embrassing to go and ask this, no one helps these days
If if you get the job then they will say, "hey I've seen you somewhere?"
I am sure they will assist you, afgterall, everyone in the post was in your position before they started working for them
Yes thats true, I am abit shy just to ask a security guard
Ok, you rejected my advice, you came back with a comment about people not helping and you are shy to ask a security guard at an airport thinking you will have to go all the way there.
Have you not heard of a phone? Even an email address? Have you tried an internet search?
Ask yourself if you are sure you are cut out to work in aviation security or security full stop. Shy to ask someone something... For the love of whatever unholy god you believe in...
It could be like the MI6 interview ;
''Have you spoken to anyone about this interview ''?
Last edited by Oddjob; 28-12-2011 at 12:11.