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Updated May 26, 2023
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Anonymous Employee in Bengaluru
I interviewed at GE HealthCare (Bengaluru)
It was 7 rounds of interview as if am appearing for worlds greatest and fittest. But I can say that company is good to work with for longer term as I have seen many doing that.
- Techno Functional Experience skills education
Anonymous Employee in Waukesha, WI
I interviewed at GE HealthCare (Waukesha, WI)
Behavioral interview with hiring manager and then team. Second behavioral interview with some light technical questions about product, more to teach than quiz. No coding assessment given. Overall an average test for a position like this.
- Benefit of processing code on a GPU vs CPU
Access Care Manager
I’m a Manager of an understaffed scheduling department for a clinic. Instead of staffing the department properly I am getting pressured to do the work of my staff. I’m all for assisting with escalated calls and helping my staff through workflow issues. The impression I’m getting however is I’m being expected to take the same amount of calls as my agents which is not in my job description. How would you respond to this kind of pressure?
I am looking into moving to the Tampa Florida area. I have been a phlebotomist for 4 years I work in an outpatient lab setting. We draw blood, process samples, and perform EKG’s but I have worked the hospital floors along with Er as well. I am very good with drawing pediatrics and recently even went to the Mayo Clinic to get more training in pediatric draws. I am curious how much phlebotomist make in this area and if there are any areas I can work at that handle more pediatric patients.
My name is Jennifer Cleaver an I was wondering if anyone is hire a surgical tech in Bakersfield tht they wld like to train to there liking? I went to school for it an have my diploma for it. I just need some experience. Termite2500@ iCloud.com is my email. Thank you Jennifer
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chicago, IL
I applied online. I interviewed at GE HealthCare (Chicago, IL) in May 2023
I applied via LinkedIn. Initially received call from recruiter and asked basic questions like daily task, hands-on project work etc. Later got invite for first technical round with director of engineering. I felt it went quite well and interviewer said to look forward for next round, however, never heard back. I followed up and got information that I’m still considered for the position, but could see on their career site that position was closed.
- Current involvement in automation, rest assured API testing knowledge
- How is your current CI CD process looks like?
Anonymous Employee in Kraków
I applied through other source. I interviewed at GE HealthCare (Kraków)
1 hour interview, next competency test and presentation, and the end team task. Very positive, everybody was really nice and interview was great. The presentation topic was sent two weeks before the assessment center, so there was time to prepare.
- Lots of questions about agile methodology. Some basic questions about Python and C++
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Budapest
I interviewed at GE HealthCare (Budapest)
Showing a project of your choosing and discussing it, answering follow-up questions, general questions regarding motivation and background, a few logic questions to be solved on the spot at a whiteboard.
- Why use TypeScript instead of plain JS?
I interviewed at GE HealthCare
Simple 3 step. Recruiter interview after which a behavioral based interview with the hiring manager and then final interview with a ISC director. Most questions revolved around past experiences. Elaboration on projects done. Check of my motivation to join GE and questions to ascertain my working style were asked
- Detail some of the projects you have worked on. What you could have done differently.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chicago, IL
I interviewed at GE HealthCare (Chicago, IL)
They were very clear from the outset about the timeline and types of interviews for the whole process. Salary range was disclosed upfront. Everyone was friendly, transparent, and excited to be there. Website says to prepare for STAR-type questions, but those weren't asked -- every interview was a casual conversation.
- Describe whey you want to work here.
I applied online. I interviewed at GE HealthCare
Three interviews. Interviews included manager and employees from the department. Laid back interview with fair questions. Each lasted about thirty minutes. Opportunity to ask questions at the end of interview.
- -Tell me about a time you had to work with an upset customer? -how do you ensure you do not make errors on your work? -experience with excel?
Anonymous Employee in Munich, Bavaria
I applied online. I interviewed at GE HealthCare (Munich, Bavaria) in Apr 2023
Very efficient. Only 3 rounds in total. The 3rd round consisted on an interest case based on a real product scenario. It was long but good as all the topics were discussed.
Anonymous Employee in Mississauga, ON
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at GE HealthCare (Mississauga, ON) in Apr 2023
I went through two interviews, First with the talent acquisition team Second with a panel of expert including the hiring manager. I then received the offer a few days later. Very friendly and welcoming.
- What are your plans for the next 5 years?
GE HealthCare Interviews FAQs
Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at GE HealthCare as 64.6% positive with a difficulty rating score of 2.90 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Client Service Engineer and Java Developer rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for Software Architect and Analyst roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at GE HealthCare takes an average of 29.82 days when considering 700 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Software Engineer had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas Clinical Specialist roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 240 days).
Common stages of the interview process at GE HealthCare according to 700 Glassdoor interviews include:
Phone Interview: 23.23%
One on One Interview: 21.24%
Group Panel Interview: 13.86%
Drug Test: 10.51%
Background Check: 9.43%
Skills Test: 6.53%
IQ Intelligence Test: 3.07%
Personality Test: 2.61%