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Molex Vice Chairman and CEO Martin P. Slark
Martin P. Slark
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    Good Company for Entry Level

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    Current Employee - Mechanical Design Engineer
    Current Employee - Mechanical Design Engineer

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Molex Interviews

Updated Jan 19, 2015
Updated Jan 19, 2015

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    Mechanical Design Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Interview Details

    Applied on line via direct website. Received an email response requesting answers to 3 questions. Then a week later received an other email requesting dates and times for personal on site interview. Interviewed with 3 people. The job description applied for had nothing to do with the actual job duties as explained during the interview. The Talent Acquisition person did not "interview" but pitched the company and presented me with the benefits package ?!? Never a phone interview, nor a 2nd interview. I was interviewed initially over email. No responses received to further inquiries about the interview process or position status.

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Website www.molex.com
Headquarters Lisle, IL
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1938
Type Company - Public
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

Molex makes mountains out of connections. The company is one of the world's largest makers of plugs and other electrical connectors. It makes more than 100,000 kinds of electronic, electrical, and fiber-optic connectors and switches. Its miniature plugs, jacks, and other complex connectors are used in a wide variety of products, including automobiles, computers, consumer electronics, home appliances, industrial machinery, and telecommunications equipment. Molex sells through distributors and directly to manufacturers that have included Apple, Cisco, Dell, Ford, General... More

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