Hi, even I got my first interview call through a career fair at my university in which routine HR questions were asked. Now I have been called for the second round at Baker Hughes Experience on 15th November to Houston. Can you help me with what kind of questions to expect during the interview for an R&D internship position? How should I prepare for this next round. The interview will be a technical interview right? Thank you
Font type was too small for most people my age to read. Good reading glasses might have saved the day because I was able to answer well once I finally located the "monitor" in the schematic.
I applied at esi and was making $60k a year. Left to stay closer to home - approched 60% travel - worked at semiconductor plant for 4 years - 're-appplied at former manager's request, but offer was $15k less than when I left and they needed experienced help that could hit the ground running. Perfect fit Right? Wrong. Everyone wanted me, but no-one in HR understood "Experiance" . The went with a rookie and it cost them. LOL Big Time.
can you please share the some of the technical questions?
It has been over a year since the interview, but here's what I can remember: - One question was related to method calling in C++ inheritance. I couldn't remember a lot about that since it's been *years* that I've coded in C++. The hiring manager said they do not use C++ much, but yet I got a question related to it. - Within a set of integers representing an arbitrary waveform, find the peak value. - Bit manipulation in C (swap bytes, I think). - How would you go about finding the beginning of an image in a photo? That's all I can remember. Good luck.
Hold the parts until the quality and production lead could determine a disposition for the parts.
I will hold it till the quality team could analyze what is wrong with it. Then I would work with the Quality team and find out why it happened(root cause). 90% of such quality defects occur due to non-conformance to a standard operating procedure. Provide training or mistake proofing to see that it doesnt happen again.