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No Offer – Reviewed Jan 26, 2013
Interview Details – They asked 3 technical questions and 3 behavioral questions. It depends on which university you go to, sometimes they ask different universities tougher questions. For Penn State, the questions are extremely hard. Don't expect basic questions like what is a balance sheet?!
Interview Question – "what is the process in producing this pen?" Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in May 2009 – Reviewed Dec 17, 2011
Interview Details –
1rst - phone interview - asked about myself
1:1 interview 2 days later : asked about my resume and what do i expected from the job and the company.
Interview Question – What do you think you will be doing in 2 years? Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mumbai (India) Apr 2011 – Reviewed Jun 27, 2012
Interview Details – It was systematic and well organized.
Interview Question – Describe previous project management experience. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Consider based on Company Profile.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Newark, NJ Jan 2010 – Reviewed Dec 13, 2011
Interview Details –
Submitted my resume through university career center. Got called for an interview process in Atlanta. Lodged in Loews hotel where everything was paid for by them. (Enjoyed the tv in the bathroom. yeah extra tv). Eventually had a 1-1 interview. there were many students who had been selected from the previous process. Interview was mainly about leadership skills and what I would do as a leader in different cases. They are heavy on high GPA(I had above 3.5/4.0) and leadership concepts.
The interview went well.
After interning there, I would say the people are very nice. Their perks are awesome. Got two free days and was paid on those days.
I wanted to do some sort of software development but the IT intern role was all about just working with Excel and Shared Point.
Interview Question – What is your weakness? View Answer
Negotiation Details – make sure you are not applying for software development because you'll not be able to do that. all their major software development and coding are handled by 3rd party companies. Be yourself, dress professionally and articulate that you are a strong intelligent leader.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mumbai (India) Aug 2010 – Reviewed Jul 7, 2012
Interview Details – Sending of CV - screening of CV by employer - call for one on one interview - screening of candidates - call for a panel interview - screening further - HR interview - offer letter after screening and selection - accepting the offer - medical checkup - other formalities - joining on the provided date
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Jul 17, 2012
Interview Details – organised, very friendly, good communication, approachable team and recruiters, they want u to get hired and help u
Interview Question – early presentation preparation and actual preparation at the end of the day so u needed to be focused and remember View Answer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Nov 2011 – Reviewed Jun 4, 2012
Interview Details –
The overall process was great you were able to have a true understanding of both the Leadership Programs as well as JnJ.
Initially, interviews were conducted through Career Services and then there was a large scale interview process called the Global Invitational. During the Global Invitational you were able to see the commitment that JnJ has to hiring the right people. You learn about JnJ and they learn about you.
The interview questions were primarily behavioral based questions.
Interview Question – A time you were able to make an impact View Answer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Skillman, NJ Oct 2011 – Reviewed Jun 20, 2012
Interview Details – The interview for the Sales Strategy Co Op position is not something you go into with no preparation. The positions offered at J&J are very important as you serve as a key team members on a variety of businesses. The program is a feeder into the full time program following graduation so having a co op under your belt is your best bet for working in the consumer company following post graduation. The first interview consisted of a 1 on 1 with a hiring manager and then a call back a month later to a conference center where you have three to four 30-35 minute interviews with hiring managers for the different positions. These interviews are very important as the 1 on 1's could end up being your boss. If you seem best fit for the position they are looking to fill, they will fight to have you on their team in the deliberation after the interviews are all complete. At this final round don’t think you made it quite yet, half the kids in the room were offered jobs and the others turned down. I was called the following morning with a job offer. The questions and styles range from interview to interview but there are some questions that they must ask. Definitely have some key experiences where you can talk about a problem, the action you took, and the results. They love that! Best of luck! J&J is a great company to work for and the training offered in the co op program is one you cannot turn down if you are offered the job. They invest a lot in you and you are looked at as an asset to this GLOBAL company!
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2012 – Reviewed Mar 29, 2012
Interview Details – The interview took place at the World Headquarters in New Brunswick, NJ. They asked a series of behavioral questions and then a "technical" portion. The technical portion consisted of question's about what is on a balance sheet and a statement of cash-flows.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Dec 2010 – Reviewed Oct 20, 2011
Interview Details – Very complex and long process, including phone interview, numerical skill assessment, personality assessment, panel interview with preparation of business case, further interviews
Interview Question – Business case preparation on supply chain case Answer Question
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