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L-3 Communications Electrical Engineer II Interview Questions

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Electrical Engineer II Interview

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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at L-3 Communications in November 2011.

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A good place to interview.

I was involved in a blitz style interview for new grads. You are seated in a room with other potential candidates. There were three interviews, each conducted by actual project managers. These interviews were short and fairly conversational. I really actually enjoyed them. They were not overly technical, either. Their were questions like: "Are you familiar with X or Y" instead of exam-style questions such as: "How does X and Y work?". This is refreshing. They treat your resume and degree as your proof of competence. They ask you fairly open-ended questions and allow you to present yourself. The questions are natural and conversational. The questions are not your standard, text-book manufactured, behavioral and technical lineup. Additionally, most of the interviewers are open to answering questions themselves. Advice: When this time becomes available, ask away. If you draw a blank, just ask about your interviewer's duties and the nature of the work he/she oversees. Remember, this is your potential future boss.

In between the first two interviews comes the obligatory pizza lunch. Between the second and third interview is a tour of the facility. This was very enjoyable. During the lunch, several recent hires sit down and share their experiences. The tour gives is reasonable and informative. One important thing here is that they do not try to advertise. I have visited companies that really attempt to sell what they are showing you. These companies use a lot of talk to achieve an "Ooh" and "Aah" factor. L-3 was straight-forward throughout the entire process. They show you something, explain it, and move on. This makes the entire process enjoyable.

Overall, a great experience. If given the opportunity to interview with L-3, take it.

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