Supply Management Interview Questions

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Jul 10, 2014

Interview Question for Supply Management- Buyer at Sikorsky:

“What makes you think that you could work here?”


Jun 11, 2014

Interview Question for Supply Chain Management Analyst at Boeing:

“Completely standard behavioral questions”


Jun 1, 2014

Interview Question for Supply Chain Management Program at Halliburton:

“How would you handle experienced staff who are resistance to the changes you are bringing”


Apr 21, 2014

Interview Question for Supply Chain Management at SafeNet:

“What do you know about the company”


Apr 8, 2014

Interview Question for Analyst In Supply Management at Tiffany & Co.:

“what was my experience in managing other people.”


Mar 28, 2014

Interview Question for Supply Management Intern at John Deere:

“Explain a time where you made a bad decision, and what did you do to correct it?”


Mar 2, 2014

Interview Question for Supply Chain Management Associate at Gorton's:

“No extremely difficult questions, some behavioral based questions and the usual strengths/weaknesses”


Feb 27, 2014

Interview Question for Supply Management Analyst at Encana:

“Name a time you experienced a difficult situation and how did you react. How do you manage your time to meet deadlines. Why oil & gas? Name a time when you resolved a conflict with a co-worker.”


Oct 31, 2013

Interview Question for Supply Chain Management Internship at ConocoPhillips:

“Tell me about a time when you persuaded a team you were working with to follow your idea.”


Sep 30, 2013

Interview Question for Global Supply Chain Management Internship at Bank of America:

“The most difficult question I received was, "What is your biggest weakness?". Now while this might not seem like the be-all end-all question, but with the work situation I was in at the time, I found…”