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I worked at Denso Europe as an intern (Less than a year)
- Innovative company and international environment - Top notch for process (poka yoke, testing technology) - Helpful and competent colleagues - Amazing canteen
- Unpaid internship - No formal feedback process
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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Denso Europe (Coventry, England (UK)) in July 2015.
After initial application on their website I was short listed and invited to attend two different (SHL) tests online. After successfully passing those tests I was invited to book a competency based telephonic interview. After booking my interview I was provided the information regarding competencies which will be assessed as well as some interview tips. I was assessed for five competencies: Problem Solving, Quality orientation, Effective communication, teamwork & collaboration, commitment to development. In the beginning of the interview I was asked to confirm the position for which I have applied, my availability and some questions about the skills required for the role (1 question for each skill e.g. what have you done in C programming?). After that the interviewer asked "Why do you want to work for DENSO ?". Then the interviewer told me that she will now start the questions related to competencies. She then asked 3 questions from each competency, each question was related to the previous one. After completing her questions related to all competencies she allowed me to ask questions that I may have. I asked her 5-7 questions. Then it was over. It took 40 minutes approximately. It was a very formal interview conducted professionally.
- Problem Solving: 1) Can you describe a situation when you have to deal with a problem? 2) What was you approach to solve the problem? 3) Did your solution worked?, What was the end result ? Quality Orientation: 1) Describe a situation where you have to pay attention to the smallest of the details? 2) Did you ever faced quality issues in your work ? 3) How do you respond to such issues? Effective Communication: 1) Describe a situation where you have suffered because of a lack of effective communication? 2) Why do you think it is important ? 3) What have you learned from it? Team Work and Collaboration: 1) Describe a situation where you have worked in a team? 2) How do you divide the tasks among the team ? 3) How do you rate your experience ? Commitment to development: 1) Describe a situation where you have asked your customer for a feedback? 2) What was your response to the feedback ? 3) Are you satisfied with the feedback ? 1 Answer
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