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Plant Manager Interview Questions

"When interviewing to be a plant manager, prepare to showcase your leadership and interpersonal skills as well as your knowledge of of how to operate a factory. Employers value candidates with the people skills to lead and motivate employees and who can work well with employees when issues arise. Job requirements will vary by employer with the minimum expectation being a degree in industrial engineering. Bigger plants may require managers to have master's degrees in business administration."

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How do you manage multiple production department simultaneously?

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By proper planning of ERP and conducting daily production meetings with all of the departments invlolved.

How will you be able to get your new supervisor to implement process improvements as you recognize them when he may think the way he is doing it is sufficient.

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How do you manage people with different levels of competency (paraphrase).

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Why is a manhole cover "round"

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My experience with baking industry processes

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Do you know what a "BOM" is?

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What would I like to change about my life.

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Wanted to know about the distance I was from the plant.

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Asked if I was capable of servicing various equipment in the plant, hydraulics, etc.

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How would you clean up the plant?

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