I applied through college or university and interviewed at Meditech.
Interview Details – Started getting contacted after college job fair. Then followed up with hour phone interview on the position, pay, and benefits. Called in for "in person" interview. Lasted hour and a half and consisted of them telling me more about the job and then why I should work there. Also had to write a short 3-4 paragraph essay on what I think the Quality Control job consisted of and why I should work there.
Interview Question – Writing a 3-4 paragraph in essay for about what the position consisted of and why I should work there. View Answer
The process took a day - interviewed at Meditech in January 2012.
Interview Details – Everything went good. Nice place and nice people. I was impressed with the company office and the staff. I am not sure if that was my personal feeling, but after a great interview with the interviewer, the front desk ladies were not welcoming me. Not that nice even know they tried to hide it.
Anyway, I was trying to apply for a position that I not really familiar with, but the interviewer contact me because of my programming skill i mentioned in my resume. Even know i do have prograaming skills, i do not see myself as a great programmer. I see myself as a good IT/Networking/Server management/Web design guy.
I don't know why it did not work, but I was pretty sure that most of the questions and information i provided fitted the position. May be the company found someone more qualified that me. After all it was a great moment and i do not regret trying.
Interview Question – How do you see yourself in 10 to 20 years? Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Meditech in April 2011.
Interview Details – Submitted resume to job fair that Meditech had a stand for.
A recruiter called me after a week or so to arrange an interview.
Interview was with a HR Recruiter, very friendly, and questions focused mainly on what you did in college, and relevant college/intern experiences. Mainly to see if you can work in a team and individually, also to see your personality.
Then was followed by 10 easy math/English vocab questions including descrambling words, one long answer essay (Critique a restaurant you went to), one short answer paragraph (If you were working in a cafe and 3 customers came in at the same time...etc), and a long answer essay that tested your ability to analyze and be creative.
Waited around a week and a half or two weeks and was called for a second interview with two supervisors (not at the same time), be prepared to take notes as they will give you a presentation and you will be tested on it.
Waited around a week and was called for third and last interview with two same supervisors, a manager (at the same time), and a director who popped in for a very short chat.
Called after a week and a half and received offer.
Interview Question – Why would you be suited to this position? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Attempted to negotiate with the recruiter but was very unsuccessful: because new hires spend a minimum of 6 months in training. Company benefits increase the longer the employee works there.
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