Manufacturing Manager Interview Questions in United States


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Global Manager, Manufacturing Finance was asked...November 7, 2023

Experience with budgeting and SAP system for example

Schneider Electric

I found some of the questions interesting and less of the repetitive and typical interview questions. A skilled manager in this role should be able to answer with examples of leadership and improvement opportunities.

Schneider Electric

Describe a time that you work with the other department to resolve an issue

Conagra Brands

Tell me about a time when you had to be innovative to solve the problem?


Wanted specific examples of how I did/created/changed things. Some challenging questions but they were all appropriate.


What was my ideal manufacturing scenario of the future


Why you to be hired in GSK?

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I'm pharmacist, and having multiple departments experience in quality assurance, Production, compression, Granulation, dispensing and warehouse Less

Formo Bio

Examples : why working for our company? What is your working style? What steps would you follow to accomplish a specific task? (.../...)

Orna Therapeutics

What is your experience with managing international shipments?


What's your opinion about the current Contract Manufacturing (CM) landscape?

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As long as there's a well defined scope of work, CMs will perform any new project accordingly - with the proper oversight, of course. However, any changes in the scope of works afterwards would be a difficult task, CMs will charge for any minimum change to the scope. Therefore, the company needs an excellent negotiator to maintain both a good relationship the CM and cost under control. Less

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