I have been working at Komatsu full-time (More than a year)
Great people to work for
Schedule is challenging with multiple shifts
Advice to Management
I applied online. The process took 4+ months. I interviewed at Komatsu (Longview, TX) in February 2018.
The first step that you are looking at is to apply online and wait. This process will take months so make sure you copy the description of the job. Another thing to note is that if you live far away from the facility they won’t fly you over you have to drive to the location. I drove in my own car 6 hours away to the location they will pay your expenses. You will have the interview with a group of four engineers, something important to note this location has only White-American people in the entire facility so don’t expect to be chosen if you are a different ethnicity. Also, during interview, they asked me about FPGAs the job description does not mention anything about FPGA. The HR tells you that you will have two assessments after the interview. There are two assessments one will be a multiple-choice assessment that test your ability to understand a picture and choose the best physics answer. The Electrical assessment is true and false with Electrical Engineering problems. This is where I was confused with the HR because I asked her before coming to the interview to let me know if this was going to be an Electrical engineering assessment and it was. I also had asked her if I could bring my calculator which really would have helped in this technical assessment. The calculator that she gave me was an old school calculator but they should allow other scientific calculators.
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