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Electrical Engineer Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Boeing (Everett, WA) in March 2014.
Applied online. Contacted by HR about 2 months later. Had a phone interview with a Panel of 3 people. Asked all behavioral questions but not easy. STAR format. Questions about : Diversity at work, facing failures, team work, completing challenging assignments, etc
- Please tell us how you deal with diversity at the work place with particular examples and how you handled it Answer Question
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Electrical Engineer InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Boeing (Seattle, WA).
Boeing has a good job posting system, but it's hard to know whether a human gets to look at your application. Ensure key terms are included in your resume from the job posting. Interviews are structured, meaning that all candidates are asked similar questions to promote fairness, but limit flexibility in the interview.
- They ask technical questions to gauge your skill, behavior questions to determine your ethos, and usually ask about your experiences, both good and bad. Answer Question
This was my first job out of college, and the offer came in higher than I had anticipated. I took it without any negotiations, and my career growth from there has been good.
Electrical Engineering InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Boeing in September 2012.
Applied online after receiving an email from SWE director that I fit the criteria for Boeing's Accelerated Hiring program. Received a call asking to sign up for interview time that week. Went through a generic 5-question behavioral interview with three employees from the company, two were older employees and one was an alum from my school. Received the interview results two days later. After being accepted, the company sent the group hired out to Seattle (all expenses paid) for awesome tours of the facilities, wine and dine, seminars, and such over 4 days at the beginning of November. For the Accelerated Hiring program, you got to talk to a couple hiring managers to see which group you thought was the best fit, then you applied to choose them. Results from your choices and the manager's choices came around the end of November and then it was time to decide to take or decline the job.
- Nothing particularly difficult, mostly describing situations where you either had to time manage, be a leader, avoid conflicts, etc. Answer Question
No negotiations really for an intern position, but like I mentioned, the Accelerated Hiring program is special in that you get to pick which managers/groups you're interested in working for and ranking them after talking to managers.
Electrical Engineer InterviewNo OfferAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Boeing (Philadelphia, PA) in June 2012.
Interview process is ok. The process included several interviews each about an hour long. Since my initial interview company has moved to a structured interview approach. Each employee interviewed is scored against the others based on set questions and criteria. Highest score wins.
- Questions are not hard to answer but you have to understand the job requirements and have prepared properly to address each question. Answer Question
Electrical Engineer InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took 1 day – interviewed at Boeing (Huntsville, AL) in April 2012.
Typical STAR interview questions relating to previous work experience and education. Was a panel of five rather than a panel of four that was stated in the email. Asking questions to the interviewers was a bit odd because they seemed confused when I would ask questions but not direct it at a single individual, as if I knew all of them and their responsibilities.
- Describe a C++ program. Had been a while since I had done exclusively C, so wasn't expecting it. Answer Question
Electrical Engineer InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Boeing in April 2012.
applied online, a month later was called to set up a phone interview. Panel interview, structured. Three weeks later asked to come in for a face interview.
- Describe a situation in which you had a team member disagree with you and how did you deal with it. Answer Question
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