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Quality Control Interview Questions

"The requirements and employee expectations for quality control jobs vary widely by position, company, and product lifecycle stage you will be working on. Since most quality control jobs will revolve around testing products and responding to consumer feedback, employers will expect you to have excellent customer service skills and pay close attention to detail. To stand out above the other candidates, be sure to do extensive research on the products you will be working on and tools and instruments you will be expected to use."

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Describe my ability to work in a team environment.

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I'm a synergistic person. I find ways to be more efficient and share what I learn with my coworkers. I explained that if I share what I know that made my job easier, then perhaps that coworker will remember me and share what they learn back in the future with me as well as with the entire corporate structure. This is synergy.

Tell me more about your experience in working with Six Sigma and Lean, please be specific and give examples with details and figures.

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Are you detail oriented

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Where would you like to be in five years if you would get the position your asking for?

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What are you looking for in an employer that you have not had in the past?

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What is the difference between accuracy and precision?

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Where did you see yourself in 5 years

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How would my skills help the company

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They wanted specific examples, which for me was difficult since I'm very tight lipped about other people's privacy. Even leaving out names in the scenarios made me feel as if I was breaching that trust. So, I tended to give general management processes which didn't seem to satisfy them.

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1. What was a time when you were required to enforce a company policy that you didn't agree with? 2. Give an example of when you had to show empathy toward one of your employees. 3. Has there ever been a time when you had to break the rules? What was it and why. 4. When have you had to step in for your manager in his/her absence and how did you handle the repsonsibility 5. What is your comfort level taking responsibility of others mistakes or short falls? 6. Give a time when you mentored an employee and how successful was it?

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