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Procter & Gamble Production Technician Interview Questions

Updated May 29, 2017
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Production Technician Interview

Anonymous Employee
Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Difficult Interview

Application

I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Procter & Gamble.

Interview

I took a personality test, a reasoning test and was invited to a interview two weeks after the in person reasoning test. Then invited a week later for a second interview. I received and accepted an offer and began a background check and a series of physical checks. First was blood work, chest X-ray, vision, hearing and an ekg. After all of that I was sent in for a "fit for duty " test. I wasn't too worried but the test was grueling. All the basics and then they had me stack weights on different height shelving. Push and pull weights, crawl on the floor and stand up. I've never had a fit test this difficult and I'm already at a physically demanding job.

Interview Questions

  • If you were working on a line and it malfunctioned, what would you do and how would you prevent it from happening again in the future?   1 Answer

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    Production Technician Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Auburn, ME
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 5+ weeks. I interviewed at Procter & Gamble (Auburn, ME) in January 2016.

    Interview

    This is the first company that has totally impressed me with their interview process. It does take a long time, but with good reason. It's to weed out the slobs and the hogs from making America's World Class products. I applied, took the online test, and then received an email about 2 weeks later inviting me to take the reasonability exam. The test wasn't hard, but it would be hard for someone who didn't do at least average or better in high school. If you are sharp with math and formulas, and also a wiz at tools, you shouldn't sweat a thing. I got 50 minutes to complete a 36 question test. I ended up receiving an email the next day inviting me in for an interview. I went for the interview and an older gentleman greeted me with a smile on his face. He walked me up to HR and told me that someone would be out to get me. The interview was intense. It was questions that I would never think of even asking myself when prepping. After the first interview I was taken back to the waiting room and told that someone else would be right with me. About 10 mins later a gentlemen took me to his office and started a second interview, asking more questions. The whole time it was intense, but yet, i felt super relaxed and comfortable in the entire environment. The people were superbly nice and kind, and the offices were super clean and modern. I loved it. I passed the second interview and was offered the position granted that i pass a background and drug test. I was taken to the in-house clinic inside the building to have hair removed for drug testing. Then the nurse showed me the way out.

    Interview Questions

    • Describe a process that you have improved in the past:   Answer Question
    • What was the last thing you have fixed or repaired, tell us what was broken or damaged and how you fixed it, to include tools that you used to make the repair:   Answer Question
    • In the past, how have you dealt with a coworker who no one else liked?   Answer Question
    • If a coworker had an annoying habit, and it hindered your quality of work, how would you resolve it?   Answer Question
    • Tell us about your worst day of work up until this point in your life and why.   Answer Question
    • In reference to the repair you made, if I were to make the same household repair, what would you tell me (as advice) that you think would help me repair the problem faster?   Answer Question

    Negotiation

    I didn't negotiate. P&G is a wonderful place of employment. I don't make demands when i need work.


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