Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Manufacturing Engineer Interview
I applied through college or university – interviewed at Stryker (Tempe, AZ) in October 2014.
1. Tell me something about yourself?
Then I talked about myself for a little bit.
2. What do your think it is your strength?
3. Tell me something you know about Stryker and why do you want to join us?
After that, I ask the interviewer how he get into Stryker and how did he like Stryker. He told me that he was actually a mechanical engineer, and after he get into Stryker, he worked on a position on quality assurance. He also told me that there's a lot of training in Stryker and a lot of corporation and interpersonal communication.
- Tell me something you know about stryker and why do you want to join us? Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Stryker
Manufacturing Engineer InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Stryker (San Jose, CA) in October 2009.
Applied online and was provided with an online Gallup evaluation/personality test after entering my education, field of study, and other information. I received an email the next day from a recruiter to schedule a phone interview, which was similar to the online Gallup evaluation (i.e. lengthy and redundant). I was contacted again by the same recruiter to set up a time to talk to a Gallup representative. The Gallup interview was also very lengthy and vague. I was then contacted by another recruiter from another division.
Advice to the recruiters: don't waste job seekers' time on the phone and have them go through several Gallup tests (which are very redundant) and rather have them come to the office for an in-person interview after the initial phone interview, especially if they are local!
- How do you define common sense? Answer Question
- How do you define success? 1 Answer
- 3a-Do you go with the flow or stick to the plan? 3b-Do you like to be a team leader or a team member? 1 Answer
- On a scale of 1-5, how honest are you? 1 Answer
- 5a-How important is it that your co-workers like you? 5b-Do you ever get angry? 5c-Can your co-workers tell that you are mad at them? 1 Answer
Manufacturing Engineer InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Stryker in April 2010.
Did phone interview. Recruiter was focused on whether I would take their low offer which was below my lowest range. This was before specific discussions on job
- What is lowest you will take for your pay 1 Answer