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I worked at FUJIFILM SonoSite full-time (more than 3 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Always happy to help employees with different hours (because of family), if you worked hard promotions were available.
I learned to multitask with ease. Answering all inbound calls while working with purchase orders, complaints, lost shipments. I was the only person in my dept for the last 1 1/2 I was there, with a back up if needed. I handled the dept myself with ease.
Advice to Management
My manager was always there for you if you needed help and it seemed to be the way all managers were.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (1)Accepted OfferAverage InterviewAccepted OfferAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at FUJIFILM SonoSite.
HR discussion first via phone, in-person interview with HR rep, Senior Manufacturing Engineer, Procurement Manager, co-workers, VP.
- The most difficult part of the interview was that the Senior Manufacturing Engineer kept pressing on questions regarding management. Which would be fine, except for that the position was entry level - and I obviously had no management experience. So, I had no idea how to answer the questions "What would do if......How would you handle this......" in regards to metrics reporting, etc. Not sure how he would expect me to answer those. Answer Question
- The Procurement Manager asked me how I start my day. He also picked out a phrase on my resume and said "What does that really mean? A phrase like that is a red flag to me". Which, I guess I could be appreciative for the feedback, but it was also slightly rude. Answer Question
- The two top senior managers that gave the toughest part of the interviews, I barely ever have interactions with them. So, I'm not sure why I had to interview with them. Answer Question
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Size is everything for SonoSite. The firm makes handheld ultrasonic imaging devices that health care providers can use outside traditional imaging facilities, for instance, in the ER, at a patient's bedside, or in the doctor's office. Its fourth-generation systems include the handheld NanoMaxx tool and the M-Turbolaptop-sized console which produces imaging quality comparable to larger cart-based systems. Its S Series of products feature customized interfaces for different clinical applications, including the ER or the ICU. SonoSite also sells some older products (its...