Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at John Deere
- Intern (21)
- Product Engineer (11)
- Engineer (7)
- Part Time Student (7)
- Senior Engineer (5)
- Senior Design Engineer (4)
- Engineering (4)
- Engineering Intern (4)
- Graduate Engineer Trainee (4)
- Supply Management (3)
- Quality Engineer (3)
- Part-Time Student (3)
- Accounting Intern (3)
- Human Resources (2)
- Embedded Software Engineer (2)
- Project Manager (2)
- Material Coordinator (2)
- Territory Manager (2)
- Manufacturing Engineer (2)
- Manufacturing Engineering Intern (2)
- Firmware Engineer (2)
- Assembler (2)
- Software Engineer (2)
- Marketing (2)
- Human Resources Representative (2)
- Information Technology (2)
- Manager (2)
- Mechanical Engineer (2)
- Supply Management Intern (2)
- Supply Management Internship (1)
Engineering Intern Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 5 weeks – interviewed at John Deere (Moline, IL).
Talked to them at school career fair, on-campus interview was next day and found out about 2nd round interview within two weeks. Was flown to Moline, IL to interview. Typical STAR interview model. They just want to make sure you're competent and have ability to learn.
- I had never been in a STAR type interview so it was a little hard to think of responses but as the interview proceeded, it go easier. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at John Deere.
I interviewed once on campus and then flew out for a secondary interview. All the questions were behavioral and none were particularly hard. Both interviews were fairly relaxed and I would say it was a good experience overall. Have a lot of examples of projects and experiences ready beforehand.
- None were particularly difficult if you are well prepared with a lot of examples from work/school experiences. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at John Deere (Ann Arbor, MI) in December 2013.
It was pretty easy. The first was a 1 hour on-campus behavioral interview. Then a few weeks later they gave me an expenses paid trip to moline for final round interviews and a tour. The final session was 2 interviews 1 hour each and both of them were behavioral. Just don't do anything weird and you should be ok. Also they do hair testing
- Tell me about a time when you were wrong about a decision or in a discussion Answer Question
The offer was so good I didn't even think about negotiating.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at John Deere (Moline, IL).
Went through an interview on campus, then after that was invited out to their world headquarters in Illinois. I went through 2 1-hour interviews with them there. They were extremely helpful and even gave multiple tours. Every thing was paid for as well including travel expenses.
- What do you consider your most difficult vice. Answer Question
They called me and walked through the contract.
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at John Deere (Moline, IL) in October 2011.
I was flown out to Moline, IL for my second round interview. They flew a lot of people from all over the country to come visit their headquarters in Moline.
The interview consisted of two interviewers interviewing me for about 50 minutes each. The kinds of questions they asked follow their STAR method of interviewing. If you look up the STAR method and practice it a little bit you will be fine.
- Tell me about a time when you had difficulty working with a team member and how did you resolve the conflict. Answer Question
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