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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Oak Park, MI Nov 2010 – Reviewed May 25, 2012
Interview Details –
Technical Skills: Control Systems Knowledge, Software Knowledge, Testing knowledge, Vehicle debugging and Testing.
First Step: Resume Screening
Second Step: Phone Interview with HR
Third Step: Phone with Team Lead
Fourth Round: Onsite Interview
Interview is not very hard if you know your stuff well. Be thorough with the content of your resume.
Interview Question – Describe the most difficult situation at work with your boss and how you dealt with it. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Woburn, MA Jun 2011 – Reviewed Sep 16, 2011
Interview Details –
First contact was a phone screen interview with the senior HR person. This was followed a couple of days later by a phone interview with the hiring manager. I was then invited down to interview with a larger group consisting of the hiring manager, hr representative, VP engineering, and a technical person. Lots of fairly normal questions...what are your strengths/weaknesses? What makes you a good fit for this position? Overall, they seem to be good people who believe in their company's mission and care about employees' quality of life.
I was called back the following week for one more on-site interview with the senior HR person and hiring manager. This seemed to go well, but they went into a "thinking it over" mode, where they've remained for several months.
Interview Question – If you could recommend one book for your manager to read, what would it be? Answer Question
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