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Sourcing Specialist Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at GE (Wilmington, NC) in May 2015.
The interview went very well. i met with two sourcing managers and was supposed to meet with an HR rep as well. The HR representative was unavailable and never followed up with any kind of follow up or opportunity to meet.
- In your current position have you had to negotiate pricing with vendors and meet strict timelines? Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for GE
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at GE (Cincinnati, OH) in August 2011.
Every interview is different. Mine consisted of a phone interview of 1/2 hour, a peer interview that was about 1 hour and the later a 1/2 hour team interview and 1:1 interview with supervisor. Not sure of response yet.
- How would you respond if your boss needed a part and none was available.... 1 Answer
Sourcing Specialist InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online – interviewed at GE.
Applied through GE website, received inquiry phone call two weeks later, and then received an invitation to interview a week after the phone call. The interview was conducted over a three hour period with three separate interviews, it was a very positive experience overall.
- The first interview contained a lot of questions focused on how I handle bad situations, irritating co-workers, and personal failures. It is challenging to provide a positive answer when the questions give you ample opportunity to focus on negative things. The second interview focused on personal achievements, successes, and positive situations. It is easier to provide answers that end better in this setting. The last interview was with a representative from HR and covered a broad array of topics. Overall, one of the more challenging interviews I have been through, but well worth the time. Answer Question
The offer seemed fair and competitive, so there was no negotiation necessary on my part.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day – interviewed at GE in August 2008.
introduce your self and several behavior question - why GE? Why you? Why sourcing -how to manage suppliers if in tough negotiation situation - what is your biggest achievement