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Terumo Overview

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Tokyo (Japan)
10000+ employees
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Company - Public (45430)
Health Care Products Manufacturing
$10+ billion (USD) per year
Unknown
Formed in 1921 to build a better thermometer, Terumo is one of Japan's largest health care product suppliers. The company makes and sells a wide range of general hospital products and equipment, including disposable supplies (syringes and wound dressings), blood ... Read more

Terumo Reviews

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    I have been working at Terumo full-time

    Pros

    It’s a great pay and company.

    Cons

    No bad cons really it’s a good place to work.

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Terumo Interviews

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Ann Arbor, MI
    Accepted Offer
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    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Terumo (Ann Arbor, MI) in October 2017.

    Interview

    The manager will call you if they are interested after reviewing your resume. They just ask you a few standard work authorization questions as well as questions about your availability, then ask you to schedule a time to visit for an in person interview. The interview is not exactly the traditional behavioral or technical interview you may be used to. They seem to believe that the traditional interview style does not always provide a good basis for making good hiring decisions. If you graduated/will graduate from the University of Michigan, they seem to trust that you will be competent and therefore don't feel the need to grill you with technical questions. Basically, the manager talks a lot about the overview of the position, what it takes to be successful in the position, and then asks you to talk and ask them questions. This interview format was culture shock. It can be quite intimidating to just be asked to talk, without any guidance as to what to talk and/or ask them about. You may even hear the manager say to you that if the job description turned out to be different from what you had imagined and you became disinterested, they are fine with your decision. However, overall I felt that when they invite you to an interview, they are trying to see if you would fit in with their culture, not trying to expose you as a weak candidate.

    Interview Questions

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