Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at PACCAR
- Design Engineer (4)
- Intern (3)
- Software Engineer (3)
- Accountant (3)
- Supply Chain (3)
- Distribution Associate (2)
- Financial Analyst (2)
- Accounting (2)
- Analyst (2)
- Business Analyst (2)
- Assembly Technician (2)
- Engine Test Engineer (2)
- Process Improvement Coordinator (2)
- Manager (2)
- Accounting Summer (2)
- Systems Analyst (2)
- Return Parts Specialist (1)
- Logistics Data Analyst (1)
- Maintenance Engineer (1)
- Business Technology Manager (1)
- Facility (1)
- Powertrain Engineer (1)
- Graphic Analyst (1)
- ERS Specialist (1)
- Service Magement Analyst (1)
- Lease Manager (1)
- Kenworth Engineering: Intern-Dimensional Management (1)
- Senior Litigation Specialist (1)
- Financial Managmeent Rotational Program (1)
- Powertrain Calibration (1)
I applied in-person. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at PACCAR (Renton, WA) in June 2011.
Interview and hiring process is average. They call you and schedule an interview. You come in and meet with the hiring manager one on one. Sometimes depending on the job, they will have group interviews. Second interviews usually consist of meeting the director of the group. When going into an interview be sure to wear a suit for any job interview here. First impressions are very important here. They ask typically interview questions. Make sure you do your research on the company, industry and job.
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Other Interview Reviews for PACCAR
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I applied through other source. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at PACCAR (Renton, WA) in September 2008.
The first step of the process was a phone interview. After a few days I was contacted and they set up another interview for the next business week. It was 5:1 and not even at a round table. Me on one side of the table and the others all asking questions from what looked to be duplicates of the same sheet. It was difficult knowing whom to address with so many people and I thought it was weird to have all at once as opposed to separate interviews. Either way, I think my case is rare, but expect standard questions and zero creativity. Like everything at PACCAR, they were by the book.
They more or less say here's our offer and have you ready to sign something.