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Entry Engineer Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Trenton, NJ
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Trenton, NJ
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The process took a weekinterviewed at RBC Bearings in March 2011.

Interview Details

First, a 1 on 1 interview was conducted with an HR rep. Typical questions were asked, why did you choose this profession, where do you see yourself in 5 years, etc.
Then, two engineering managers interviewed, describing what type of work is done at RBC. They went into more detail about prior work experience to really see how it could help it the open position.
Then a group of 3 or 4 staff engineers came in, asking questions about the classes that I had taken. They also asked about current event stuff.
A new group of 3 or four engineers took a tour of the facility, and went into further detail on what work would be like at RBC.

Everything took about two hours, which is pretty long. It was kind of intimidating when different groups of people were being shuffled in and out.

Interview Questions
  • What do you think has the most promising future in the energy field???   Answer Question
  • Do you prefer a team environment or working individually???   Answer Question
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