Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Extron Electronics
- Applications Engineer (7)
- QA Test Engineer (4)
- Engineering Intern (4)
- Design Engineer (4)
- Engineering (3)
- Senior Applications Engineer (3)
- Software Applications Engineer (3)
- Software Engineer (2)
- Designer (2)
- Product Support Engineer (2)
- Engineer (2)
- Quality Test Engineer (2)
- Applications Engineer Intern (2)
- Applications Software Engineer (2)
- Applications Technology Engineer (1)
- A/V and Network Support (1)
- Raleigh, NC (1)
- Video Hardware Engineer (1)
- Mechanical/Loudspeaker Engineer (1)
- Software Applications Engineer -Sales (1)
- Embedded Software Engineer (1)
- Support (1)
- Support Specialist (1)
- Applications Intern (1)
- Engineering Lab Tech (1)
- Sales Applications Engineer (1)
- Purchasing (1)
- QA (1)
- Manufacturing Engineer (1)
- Marketing Assistant (1)
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I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Extron Electronics (Anaheim, CA) in February 2012.
Seriously everything said about Extron is true; HR "lady" had the audacity to tell me I have to religiously punch a clock even though Iam a salaried employee...LOL...this is a funny place
- Would you accept punching a clock? 1 Answer
Reasons for Declining
Because this company is the pits
- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Extron Electronics in March 2011.
Started with a call from HR for a couple of brief questions then passed to a manager a week later for another phone interview. About 2 weeks later a call from another senior manager for a 20 minute conversation via phone. Finally scheduled for an in person interview a week later. Arrived and did the formal written application waited for an hour to get called in, 20 minutes with first guy. Then lunch with a couple of employees, very nice guys 9 and 13 year employees. After lunch I waited about an hour for interview #2 that took about 20 minutes, then HR interview for 1/2 hour and then meeting with senior manager and a quick tour. Elapsed time 6 hours. I thought the interviews went well and they asked some very good questions. The overall atmosphere seemed a bit sterile and lifeless given that they are an AV related company, no BGM no video playing, no technology demonstrated in public areas. Just seemed a bit strange. Everyone was super nice, looked perhaps a bit overworked but arent we all. No offer yet but I am eagerly waiting.
- Describe the position 1 Answer
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took a day – interviewed at Extron Electronics in June 2009.
I was interviewed for a position I was very well qualified to handle. The interviewers were in Anaheim, CA and I was in Raleigh, NC at the Extron office. This was the poorest quality video conference I have participated in.
The interview was abruptly ended by HR because I refused to tell my current salary or allow them to speak to my current employer. This request was on the Mickey Mouse style application. I did provide references that included a peer, a former manager and a very well respected business owner in Raleigh, NC.
I would stay on un-employment before taking a job with these clowns. Do your home work.