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Smith & Nephew
Manufacturing Engineer I was asked...February 4, 2016

What is an engineer

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A problem solver

someone who will just follow orders, take the blame, not speak up when abused and doesn't let the door hit them in the butt when they are let go. Less

Watson Pharmaceuticals

Can you share an experience where you have diagnosed and fixed a mechanical or electrical problem?

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Share your experience.

Watson Pharmaceuticals

Can you highlight any computer skills you have?

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Share your computer skills. Previous experience with Cognex cameras is a big plus. Less

Terex Corporation

Do you know what root cause analysis is?

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You see many symptoms but what is the root cause of those symptoms?

Watson Pharmaceuticals

Can you describe your work ethic?

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Give examples of coming in early and staying late. Show that you are willing to put in the time to get projects done on schedule. Less

Watson Pharmaceuticals

If you are given a project that you don't know how to do, like install some new cameras or equipment, and no one is available to help you how do you complete the project?

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Do not say that you would ask someone for help. There is no one to ask for help. Say that you would look online, contact the vendor or manufacturer of the equipment, look at user manuals. You would figure out the problem on your own. Less

Gulfstream

Most difficult questions were technical

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I answered the best I could, but I was honest about my exposure to certain programs Less

Terex Corporation

One of the engineers drew a cookie manufacturing line on the board, certain tasks took 'x' amount of time which could be reduced by adding more people to the line. Essentially, you had to use your knowledge about process optimization to assign the minimum amount of people possible to completed your customers order give then demand and time the cookie lines could operate.

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Never saw a problem like it. It was a lot of information dropped at once so I had a lot of questions on the process, but by talking them through what I was thinking they I got the clues I needed to solve the problem. It was hard and I could have done better, but they seemed to be very understanding about the struggle of using the new concepts. Less

Boston Scientific

Why BSC?

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Be sincere

Raytheon Technologies

Name an experience where you had to communicate with non-engineers about technical issues. How did you communicate this effectively?

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The experience is called everyday life since most of the world is non engineering. Thankfully most of them speak English, so that's what I use to communicate with. Less

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