process engineer interview questions shared by candidates
Explain a situation where you had to navigate a difficult political landscape.
I explained some issues on my current project.
I described my situation when I first entered my last job. The established members of my team weren't very receptive to new authority but I was able to show them the respect and support that they needed in order to gain their trust and make a great work environment.
Stick to the FACTS.
Behavioral questions: 1. What's your greatest weakness? 2. When you have a disagreement with your supervisor/adviser, how do you react? 3. Have you had any hands-on experiences of trouble shooting a machine/tool? What did you do? 4. What can you contribute to Intel? Technical questions: 1. Describe a situation where you have had to overcome a problem or obstacle in order to move forward with something. What did you do? 2. Tell me about a problem that you've solved in a unique or innovative way. What was the outcome? Were you happy or satisfied with it? 3. What is your biggest challenge during your research, and how did you overcome this challenge? 4. How does a SEM work? Show me a diagram. 5. Draw me a CVD diagram and explain how the system works. 6. If a CVD system has a much higher pressure than the set point, how will you trouble shoot the problem? 7. If you receive a data set showing a film uniformity, how will you check the machine?
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