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Senior Component Engineer Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Jose, CA
Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Jose, CA
Application Details

I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Ericsson-Worldwide in June 2008.

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Three interviews. Initially a screening inteview by HR, then cross functionally by affected departments in design, program management, supply and sourcing manager. Last interview was hiring manager and HR. The majority of the offer reqards to salary was discussed with HR who feed back my counter offers internally. Then HR followed up to call me with an final offer. However this was the fourth time they asked me for my resume and finially got an interview team set up. Over the four years I was there a lot of changes in HR have occurred I suspect newer hires are going there the HR Dallas office now.

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  • The most difficulty area to me actually where the designer it seems at the San Jose location it never had a mechanical person in operations just support from the PCB/PCBA (board level) Alot of question related to DFM, CAD / Solid works versus drawings and they wanted to know how I would ensure suppliers built there designs correctly. Actually the interview with the sourcing manager was the easiest they were building assemblies in Mexicon and China but still using USA suppliers for Sheet Metal, cables, and other mechanical parts. Mainly they wanted someone with experience in these countries to source local suppliers.   View Answer
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Starting date, vacation time, cell phone, small signing bonus.
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