Interviewed at Rockwell Automation
Interview Details – 1. 2 rounds, each round around 3 hours...
2. From interview, seems a good job, after joining felt being cheated
3. Dont take it seriously what the interviewer or HR says
Interview Question – what it the 3-5 year plan? View Answer
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Rockwell Automation.
Interview Details – My perception of the people and culture was one that made me look forward to working at Rockwell. The employees who I spoke with gave me great impressions of the environment and spoke of themselves enjoying their long-time jobs there greatly.
Interview Question – I will update this later. Answer Question
I applied through college or university - interviewed at Rockwell Automation in November 2011.
Interview Details – Applied on campus and then got a campus interview with basic questions about my resume, experience, etc. After that I had a phone interview with more questions about experience and why did I choose my major. After those two interviews I got an offer.
Interview Question – If you could be anyone (living or dead), who would you want to be and why? Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Rockwell Automation in July 2010.
Interview Details – Great Process and quick. Typically a Phone interview, then a powerpoint presentation interview, and then a second powerpoint interview
Interview Question – If you don't agree with you line manager or your supervisor how would you let him or her know that you didn't agree? and would you proceed in that direction even if you didn't agree with it? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I did not negotiate because the offer was already a very good offer.
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Rockwell Automation in December 2011.
Interview Details – I was contacted by both the hiring manager and HR on the same day. I had an informal phone interview with the hiring manager later that day and a phone interview with HR a couple days later. I had the formal interview at the sales office the next week. It was a round-robin interview where I was with four people one after another. The odd thing about this interview was that other candidates were on site at the same time and we all just rotated through interviewers. I was asked to have a second on site interview with another manager a week later, but due to scheduling difficulties and the fact that we had a baby due any day, we did this one by phone as well. I was extended an offer 3 or 4 weeks after I was first contacted, which was a month after applied. There was also an online personality/IQ test that I had to do, but this almost felt like more of a formality.
Interview Question – Nothing stood out as being unexpected, but if you are new to a sales office be ready to give a sales pitch. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I had other commitments and was unable to start the job as soon as they wanted me to. They were willing to put off my start date for a considerable amount of time and therefore I chose not to negotiate over salary as I did not feel I had much leverage, but I was happy with the initial offer anyways.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Rockwell Automation in October 2012.
Interview Details – I heard about RA from a current employee who thought I would be a good candidate. I was referred to a the manager of the engineers for my primary interview. After applying online in the University Connection section, and with my recommendation from the first interview, I was flown to Milwaukee, WI for the Rockwell Round Robin Interviews.
The first day of the round robin was a series of information sessions followed by an "Engineering Olympics" with team-oriented tasks to complete and finally a dinner + reception. The second day was a round robin interview session with four interviews in a three-hour time slot.
Interview Question – Describe a time when you did not get along with your superior. What did they do that you didn't like, and how did you respond? Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 9 months - interviewed at Rockwell Automation in November 2008.
Interview Details – Multiple online applications that resulted in 0 responses over a 6 month period . Finally got in as a temp and asked about permanent positions - the supervisor said that he could hire anyone within 30 days; 7 months later finally got an interview with a longtime supervisor (royal witch with a "b") and several Manufacturing Associates (kiss asses) from that area and got a job in a different part of the company
Interview Question – They were all standard questions (tell us about your background, what can you do for us, etc...) View Answer
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation - here is a crappy offer, take it or leave it - paid a little better than being a temp and benefits, but way below what I should have been offered (they totally ignored my experience).
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Rockwell Automation in June 2012.
Interview Details – Phone screen with recuiter, then full day of one on ones with both HR and Staff members
Interview Question – Why are you leaving your current employer View Answer
The process took a day - interviewed at Rockwell Automation in June 2012.
Interview Details – Spoke with a manager about possible career opportunities, although none were available at that time. Interviewer was friendly and helpful. Discussed topics such as my background, previous employers, and general descriptions of Sales Engineer and Field Service Engineer positions. I was also given the phone numbers of current employees in each position and instructed to contact them in order to become familiar with their day to day responsibilities.
Interview Question – What technical skills are you familiar with? Do you have any experience with PLC's? Answer Question
The process took 2 months - interviewed at Rockwell Automation in March 2012.
Interview Details – After interviewing over the phone for this position in their IT Department, Rockwell brought me on site for in-person interviews with four different managers. They then called me back to interview three other managers, one at the Director level (my potential boss's boss). The Director was very abrupt and full of himself. When I asked about the challenges of managing people in other countries (part of this job), he proceeded to tell me about how he works from 5:30 AM until midnight to manage employees in Europe, the US and Asia. I was expecting to hear more about cultural challlenges than his work day. When I asked what made Rockwell a more attractive employer than others he said "Have you seen our stock price?". Then after all the interviews were over, I never heard back from them. Nothing - even after three months and their hiring someone else (I heard throught he grapevine). Unbelievable!
Interview Question – How would you detemine the cost of maintaining a server that was beyond its normal useful life Answer Question
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