I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at DLB in June 2013.
Interview Details – First you're sent an email requesting a phone interview and interest in the position. During the phone interview the HR rep will ask you questions about your education, experience and information they find from social media i.e. Linkedin, Facebook...Then you're asked to complete two writing assignments; the first is about the company based on the information available online,the second about why you would be a good fit with the company. You will then be scheduled to have an an in person interview. The in person interview is about four hours and is scheduled in the middle of the day, if you have a current job already you will probably need to take a day off for the interview. When you first get in they have you take a test which measures your Microsoft office and Windows knowledge, this takes about an hour. After which the an HR person takes you around the facility to see what it looks like. For the reminder of the interview, you will have the current engineers interview you two at a time, six in total, essentily making for three interviews total. After which the HR person asks you if you have any other questions, you're on your way from then on.
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at DLB in March 2008.
Interview Details –
Interview consisted of initial phone interview followed by computer literacy test for general Microsoft Office programs.
In person interview consisted of multiple 1:1's with senior staff ranging from HR to engineering. Interview was primarily non-technical focusing primarily on fit with company.
Interview Question – If you were to perform a survey of all gas stations in the US for the sales that they experience, how would you accomplish this? Answer Question
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