Very Easy Interview
I applied through other source and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Roush Industries in June 2014.
Interview Details – I submitted my application through a job search web site, a quick app. It took about 3 weeks for them to contact me but it was basically a job offer. I went in for a 5 min interview and then sat back for a DOT physical and background to be completed. The manager was very professional and friendly.
Negotiation Details – They offered me an expectable hourly rate and all the OT I was willing to work. I took it.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Roush Industries in November 2011.
Interview Details – was great at one time until they got new management, with lack of management experience. also have a buffoon in on the hire process, he has no management exp at all.
Negotiation Details – easy
Very Easy Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Roush Industries in February 2014.
Interview Details – The process was handled extremely professional. I had a application e-mailed to mailed to me. I completed and e-mailed back. Had a one on one interview with mangaer and supervisor and then was made an offer that I accepted and then went to Livonia to complete paperwork and do the drug testing and just had to wait a couple of days for the results and agreed on a start date.
Interview Question – Nothing out of the ordinary Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Very relaxed
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Roush Industries.
Interview Details – There was a very casual conversation by phone that seemed to be a screening for a more challenging on-site interview. When I arrived for the face-to-face interview, I was told that the manager had already made his decision. The on-site interview was more of a sales pitch, demonstrating the many areas of the company and advantages of working for them.
Interview Question – Questions were not aggressive nor were they very technical. I was asked several questions about my work history and the reasons why I made some movements in my career. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Negotiation was handled by phone and documented via email. The engineering manager and HR representatives were the only contacts who participated.
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Roush Industries in July 2010.
Interview Details – Submitted application online. Received a call from HR 1 month later to ask general questions. Had a one on one interview a week later. During interview I talked about experience in FSAE during college. They were mostly interested in hands-on projects I had worked on. My experience was very easy and fast. I have heard other managers can be tougher.
Interview Question – Name a time you screwed up and what you did to resolve it. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – None.
I applied in-person and interviewed at Roush Industries.
Interview Details – Group interview consisting of a written test and drug screening.
Interview Question – What to do when merging onto the freeway... View Answer
Negotiation Details – None
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Roush Industries.
Interview Details – Initial communication made by third party technical vendor
Telephone interview held with third party technical vendor
(3 weeks pass)
Second telephone interview held with third party technical vendor
(3 hours pass)
Background Check/Pre-employment drug screening
Interview Question – What do you want to be when you grow up? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Negotiation Phase-nonexsistent (not applicable)
I applied through other source and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Roush Industries in March 2009.
Interview Details – Found out about the job through a career fair at a Mid-Michigan based state university.
Interview was pretty low-stress; three different interviews with different engineering team leaders, some one-on-one, some two-or-three on one.
Boilerplate questions, talk about challenges, your weaknesses, your experience.
Got job offer with disappointingly low salary approximately a week later.
Interview Question – "Why aren't you willing to work here for (insert small amount of money here) salary?" View Answer
Negotiation Details – Got job offer with disappointingly low salary. Told them "thanks, but no thanks"
They called back the following week with the same offer, gave same response.
This went on for approximately a month before they made a minor upward salary concession and I accepted
Know your worth; stand your ground.
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Roush Industries.
Interview Details – Found the position on the internet. I applied for it and had a phone interview. It was relatively straight forward. They told me about the position, and asked me about the work I had done, and they (the hiring managers, both engineers) seem fairly impressed. A day later, they told me I didn't get it. But then about a month later, they called me again, and asked me to drive 3 hrs for the on site interview at their regional facility. But once I reached there, they seemed to have forgotten they had an interview scheduled and the manager came in about half an hour late. They asked me some irrelevant questions and hem and hawed about whether I would be a good fit. And in a matter of 20 mins, the interview was done because they has "another meeting", which I think was an excuse to end the interview. I think in their mind they decided they didn't want me. I felt if they wanted they could have asked me some of the questions on the phone instead of having me drive 3 hours and spend all that money on gas and dry cleaning my suit. In my opinion, this was very rude on their end. Needless to say, they never bothered to tell me I didn't get the job.
Interview Question – They asked me questions on wiring schematics and figuring out the problem with the circuits, a PID control and example of PID in the automotive field Answer Question
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