For Siemens, one of the largest electronics and industrial engineering companies in the galaxy, everything comes down to three objectives: Industry, Energy, and Healthcare. Siemens' operations, which encompass some 750 subsidiaries and associated companies around the globe, make everything from automation equipment and building technologies for manufacturers and construction companies to diagnostic and imaging systems for hospitals and clinics. Other key products include power generation and distribution equipment for the oil and gas and renewable energy sectors. Siemens...
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Current Design Engineer in Charlotte, NC
Pros: - Solid benefits
- Stable (I've never head of a layoff, even from people that have been there for decades)
- Good work-life balance, no one will breathe down your neck to make you work, that must come from within you.
- Perfect job for someone in… – Full Review
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Interview Details – Very organized, a few phone calls and emails to set up the interview. It was a two people interviewing and they took notes while you were talking. It was more conversational rather than interrogative. Asked about technical skills, leadership experience, and time commitment. – Full Interview
They didn't have any really difficult questions. The ones required thinking were the "what would you do" in a leadership situation. – Answer Question