I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Terex in December 2012.
Interview Details – Two phone interviews and two onsite interviews. I interviewed via phone initially with an internal contract recruiter acting as a gatekeeper. Second phone interview was with the hiring manager who did not ask any technical questions.
I was invited in for an onsite interview where I expected to meet the hiring manager, did not happen. I met with two individuals from operations, one finance manager, and was given a plant tour. Overall, I was impressed.
I was then invited back for a second onsite interview and met with the hiring manager (Director), a finance manager, and a VP, overall, not impressed.
No difficult questions, just complaints about the lack of visibility into their manufacturing finance system.
I felt that the opportunity would present a challenge and that I could add value with my experience and skill set so I played along and went through the process.
Final outcome after spending hours interviewing; the internal contact recruiter contacted me and informed me that I would not be extended and offer for employment.
No feedback or reasons given, which I felt was odd considering the level of the position that I interviewed for.
Interview Question – No difficult questions, just complaints about the lack of visibility into their manufacturing finance system. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Terex in July 2009.
Interview Details – First the phone interview with Human Resources - then i went in to meet with the direct hire manager for 2 hours, then came back to meet with her supervisor and the Director of the entire financial group. My issue is not that I didn't get the job, it's that I invested so much time and never received any communication from them at all afterwards. No "thanks but no thanks" - just an email would have been nice. I find that unprofessional and very rude.
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