I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Detroit Edison in August 2012.
Interview Details –
The posting for Senior Engineer was published online both internally and outside the company. I filled out the application, attached my resume and submitted the application.,
2 weeks later I was contacted for an interview for the job. A short phone interview reviewed my qualifications and set up a date for a panel interview.
The Panel interview was held a week later. I was asked about my recent college programs and senior design projects. The panel was particularly interested in my role with the team on these projects. They then asked me questions about my previous work experience. They then asked me questions about how I would have handled specific issues at that job. The end of the interview summarized what was covered and I was told that I would be contacted when a decision was made. 2 weeks later I received an offer letter for the position.
Interview Question – Explain a circumstance where you had a leadership role on a project and tell us how you worked through the project and describe the final outcome of your work. View Answer
The process took a day - interviewed at Detroit Edison in July 2010.
Interview Details –
I was interviewed by 2 people. The interview consisted of 30 minutes of general fit questions, and then 15 minutes of strategy questions. I didn't do well on the strategy questions. To have done better, I should have done more preparation in consulting type prep work.
I enjoyed the experience. With more prep work, I could have done better, but I think they were looking for an MBA with engineering background, since that's what they all seemed to have.
Interview Question – Would you recommend DTI to change its capital structure, and if so, how? View Answer
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