Eisai -New Jersey Photos
I worked at Eisai -New Jersey full-time (More than 3 years)
Professional environment, strong departmental leadership.
Lack of overall vision at the Executive Level.
Advice to Management
Life Cycle Management
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (1)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week – interviewed at Eisai -New Jersey.
Was contacted by a recruiter on a Friday. After being screened on the phone by the recruiter, I was scheduled for a face-to-face interview with the hiring manager for the following Wednesday. Because of scheduling conflict, it turned into a phone interview on Thursday. It was a conversation with the manager going over my resume and my background. Towards the end of the call, we scheduled a face-to-face with him and another manager for the next morning. The next interview was more rigid and consisted of behavioral questions using the STAR method for answering. By noon, I was at the airport flying to Arizona to interview with the Regional Director. There were some behavioral questions, but it was mostly conversational as he was trying to determine if I would be a good fit for the company. That interview lasted for about an hour and a half before I was driven back to the airport for the flight back. Before I got on the plane, the recruiter had called me to tip me off that I had got the job. On the drive home that night, I was contacted by the hiring manager to let me know that he was offering me the position.
The whole process took less than a week and I was impressed by everyone I had met with during the interviewing process. They were a big reason why I had accepted the position with Eisai.
- There were no difficult or unexpected questions. The questions were standard behavioral questions where you need to answer using the STAR method. The interviewing DMs were very nice and conversational. Answer Question
Always counter offer, never accept the initial offer.
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Eisai Inc. develops and markets pharmaceuticals to treat a variety of ills. As the US production arm of Eisai Co., its roster includes Alzheimer's treatment Aricept, Aciphex for acid reflux, anti-seizure medication Banzel, anticoagulant Fragmin, lymphoma drug Ontak, and anti-convulsant Zonegran. In addition to neurology, oncology, and vascular ailments, the firm has drug research, development, marketing, and manufacturing programs in areas including infectious disease, inflammation, and critical care. The company supplies its products to health care professionals...