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No Offer – Interviewed in Tarrytown, NY – Reviewed May 21, 2013 New
Interview Details –
1st call from third party to determine interest and availability.
2nd call from hr to book a time with hiring managers.
3rd call from hiring managers.
face-to-face interview onsite.
call from hr in 2 weeks.
Interview Question – Try to ask questions, Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Tarrytown, NY Apr 2013 – Reviewed May 15, 2013 New
Interview Details – Had a phone interview prior to on site interview. On site, I was interviewed with 6 people from Sr. Director to hiring manager and HR. All of them are with PhD degree. Most questions from this group are scientific questions. There are some behavior questions as well. My interview went well. Unfortunately, the group changed direction and this position was cancelled.
Interview Question – When did you put your career in a risk? Answer Question
Declined Offer – Reviewed May 2, 2013
Interview Details – Interview process was pretty quick, but typical. Phone screen, onsite, and then offer. Onsite was 9 to 5 meeting with about 8 people in multiple line functions.
Interview Question – Typical interview questions... Stopped paying attention after my third or forth interview because the HR person was obnoxious and annoying as were a few people I would potentially be working with (and I really enjoy working with others). Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Offer was very low, I was interviewing at other companies and they were incredibly pushy. Also, most people I interviewed with were quite arrogant and the culture seemed lackluster, at best. Benefits were ok, but had better offers with better benefits. The most important; however, was other companies I interviewed at I felt a connection which I never once felt at this house of cards.
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Apr 25, 2013
Interview Details – Initially contact by a woman for a phone screening, then moved forward to speak with an HR rep who had me come in for 4 half an hour interviews on site. Everyone in the office/lobby was very friendly. First three interviews were very easy and the people were friendly and nice. The last interview was a bit tough with a good amount of technical questions.
Interview Question – Lots of job specifics: What do you know about chromatography, antibodies, bioreactors, etc. Answer Question
No Offer – Reviewed Apr 4, 2013
Interview Details – Very quick response. Technical interview with the Sr. Vice President. very relaxed conversation. very detailed questions on current postdoc projects.
Interview Question – None Answer Question
No Offer – Reviewed Mar 30, 2013
Interview Details – I had a phone interview followed by an all day twelve person, on site interview. All of them were one on one except for a lunch group interview with other research associates. All of them were half an hour, except for 45 minutes with the hiring manager, 45 minutes with the human resources rep and an hour for lunch.
Interview Question – What was the biggest surprise you encountered while researching the company? Answer Question
No Offer – Reviewed Feb 20, 2013
Interview Details – got a call from the human resources. asked basic questions about visa and basic science questions. was told that hiring manager will call. Hiring manager called with in four days. Had half an hour technical interview with her. Lasted about 25 minutes .....seemed like she did not know what to ask from the resume bcos I had more experience ( 9years) then needed(0-2yrs). Havent heard from them since.
No Offer – Interviewed in Tarrytown, NY Dec 2012 – Reviewed Feb 6, 2013
Interview Details – got a phone interview first. one month later, I got the on-site interview.
Interview Question – Unexpected: One group leader prepared a mini-test, all about technical questions. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Tarrytown, NY – Reviewed Nov 28, 2012
Interview Details – The whole hiring/interview process was fast and efficient (~2 months). Was contacted by the recruiter within a few days after submitting an application online, Recruiter asked basic screening questions, then called back a within a day to schedule a phone interview with the hiring manager. Phone interview was scheduled for 30 minutes. After the phone interview, took about a week or so before hearing back about an on-site interview. Travel planning and accommodations were easy and covered by Regeneron. The on-site interview was an all day affair... a bit grueling but not the worst. Got to meet many people from different areas in the group.
Interview Question – Technical questions were the most difficult, but not unexpected. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Was able to negotiate somewhat, but Regeneron had a pretty firm stance.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY Oct 2012 – Reviewed Nov 16, 2012
Interview Details –
I was amazed by their speedy processing and their clear vision and focus on to find out what they need from the new recruit. The interviewers gave a very cool environment and I didn't even realize that they are interviewing me. At the same time they asked very relevant questions as they already had done their homework on my resume.
Interview Question – What can you contribute to an industry with no industrial experience? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Since this position was kind of prefixed, I couldnt negotiate the salary, but I could negotiate the work hours and vacation policy.
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