Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Helpful (5)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at ASML (Wilton, CT) in November 2013.
Met a manager at a college career fair. Applied for the position online, and later got a call from a Monster recruiter. A few weeks later I was invited down to Wilton, where I spoke to a number of controls and mechatronics engineers. Most of the interviews were casual and involved technical discussions of my research and about ASML's machines.
- How many ping pong balls can fit in this room? 2 Answers
I was able to negotiate a salary increase of $8500.
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day – interviewed at ASML (Wilton, CT) in July 2013.
Got the interview through Monster recruiting (got a phone screen rather than me applying for it through website). Filled out online application then HR contact scheduled interviews. Met with a variety of people from Finance to General Manager/VP. Was a little confusing in that it seemed like they were trying to push me to one position over another depending who I talked to in my interview. Interviewers were personable though I could tell that the main person (VP/GM) wanted someone with industry experience. Also, add an extra half hour to your commute over there as the routes sometimes get unexpectedly congested even in the middle of the day; such is the traffic into that area (Wilton, CT).
- How do you focus on long term forecasting? Answer Question
Helpful (1)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at ASML (Wilton, CT) in November 2012.
Third party recruiter set up initial phone interviews. There were two phone interviews talking about my resume, previous experiences and what kind of job I'm looking for. In-person interview with 6 technical people and 2 HR people. Technical interviews were spent presenting a power point of some of the projects that I worked on in grad school. HR interviews asked about salary, and personality type questions.
- There a part known to have a natural resonant frequency of 60 Hz, what considerations would you need to make to actuate this part with a servo. 1 Answer
I gave them a range of salaries, they chose the middle. I then countered with the middle of their offer and my upper bound. They had to wait a day, but they accepted.
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at ASML (Norwalk, CT) in April 2011.
not as many questions were asked mostly about programming and your self and how much you know about the company. they were great people and this is a great work environment too work in. interview was only 2 hours long among 4 different people in management
- nothing was asked at the moment 1 Answer
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at ASML (Wilton, CT) in April 2010.
Inefficient and clumsy. Perhaps for a more advanced position such as analysis or research engineer the process may have moved quicker. As per most HR organizations these days they force you to make the first statement on salary. They are at least pleasant and provided a challenging interview in the technical sense. However, the actual job did not use any technical knowledge.
- Several detailed questions about vibration analysis and kinematics. These were difficult, and while somewhat expectable; they had no relationship to the ultimate job. Answer Question
First salary request was accepted immediately. This leads me to believe asking for more and entering a negotiation phase would have been more beneficial.
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