I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Evonik Industries.
Interview Details – You will first have a phone interview with HR and the hiring manager. If it goes well, they will set up a site visit where you will interview for about 3 hours and take a quick tour of the site.
The interview is split up into two sessions. Both sessions include you and two managers. In each session, the managers have a list of generic questions (about 10-20) that ask about how you have handled a bad situation in the past, how you deal with coworker conflict, how you have solved a problem in a previous job, etc.
In the second interview session, the two new managers ask essentially the same questions, and your job is answer without duplicating your answers in the previous session.
They will ask you a little about your experience, work history, why you want the position, etc. It isn't difficult, just long.
Interview Question – Tell about a situation in the past where you wish you had handled differently. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation. This is entry level, and honestly, the offer was higher than I had expected.
The process took a day - interviewed at Evonik Industries.
Interview Details – - Questions about coursework & material covered in degree
- Asked about knowledge of processes with which they work with
- Knowledge of German assessed
Interview Question – The most difficult part for me was when the interview was partially conducted in German (understandable since the job was in Germany) Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Evonik Industries in July 2012.
Interview Details – Online application. After 3 weeks I got an invitation for an interview. The payed the travel costs. I had 5 interviews, one hour each. Most of the questions were about University experience, international experience and some technical questions. Not difficult and interviewers were nice.
Interview Question – What kind of problems do you expect to have in such a position? Answer Question
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