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Paramount, CA
201 to 500 employees
1979
Company - Private
Business Services
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Unknown
Weber Metals is forging its way through a variety of industries. The company, a unit of Germany-based metals fabricating company Otto Fuchs, manufactures and distributes aluminum and titanium forgings that are used by customers in the commercial aerospace, electronics, military ... Read more

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    I have been working at Weber Metals full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great people, good opportunities for growth and learning.

    Cons

    Sometimes just too much to do, it can get overwhelming.

    Advice to Management

    Prioritize.

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Weber Metals Interviews

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    Design Engineer II Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Weber Metals.

    Interview

    After 2x phone calls and 2x in person interviews I spent approx 5 hours interviewing with them. The interviews with the engineering department went pretty well however they decided after the first in person interview to change it to more of a project management engineering role.

    The manager that was out of the office for the first phone & in-person interviews called to let me know of the role change which I let them know I was still interested in the position. At the end of the call he made a joke that he better hang up or I would start invoicing them (due to the number of interviews I had already been through). However a day later I received a call from HR requesting me to come in for a second in-person to meet him (which was reasonable).

    In the second in-person interview after I met with an engineer and the manager I was told that I would also have a second session of the meeting to meet with the director of HR + an HR person. During that meeting I responded with the same responses but could tell my answers were not what they wanted to hear. Also the questions pertained more to the original role than what they told me it would change to (project management). At the end of this part of the interview the Director of HR looked over at the other HR Staff member and gave a dirty look about me which I noticed.

    It wasn't a horrible interview process, but it came across as unorganized and unprofessional.

    Interview Questions

    • If you can't reprioritize any projects and a new project is added to your list how would you manage it given that you cannot have any additional resources And you have to also meet this new deadline(overtime hours, more people on project, etc)   1 Answer
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