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No Offer – Interviewed in Singapore (Singapore) Jun 2009 – Reviewed Aug 26, 2012
Interview Details 1. direct reported manager interview, discuss about working experience and other related job issues. 2. 2nd interview with higher level director, discuss further job issues and personal charactors etc. 3. 3rd interview with HR on the package. 4. sign the contract
Interview Question – what's the stategy will you use to encourage your subordinates have a creative technical thinking Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed on Plainview, NY (US) Jan 2011 – Reviewed Aug 09, 2012
Interview Details If you are called in for an interview you have to go to their site in Plainview for approximately four hours. There you will meet with Human Resources and several people from the departments that you are related to (i.e. if you are an electrical engineer you will meet an EE and if you have mechanical background too you will also meet an ME). They will go through your resume and then just talk to you, barely asking any technical questions. You will also get to go to the clean room and look around at the tools that they manufacture.
Interview Question – But, will you like what you do? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Do not place a number down in the form that asks how much you would like to get pay. It doesn't hurt to ask for more money. They are very stubborn in this aspect though
No Offer – Interviewed in Plainview, NY (US) Aug 2011 – Reviewed Feb 02, 2012
Interview Details It's about CVD process engineer. First is a phone interview with the group manager, asked about CVD growth experience. Then it's onsite interview, for a whole day. About 8 1:1interview, mostly based on resume. The group manager ask more about academic research (graphene). There's a lunch interview with a director. at the end it's a presentation. It takes a whole day, very exhausting.
Interview Question – do you think ALD can be used to grow graphene? Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Plainview, NY (US) Sep 2011 – Reviewed Oct 08, 2011
Interview Details Interview was good. Very nice people to talk to on the phone. Travel arrangements were done quickly and rapidly. The interview process onsite consisted of 1-1 interviews with people from the department. A lot of technical questions were asked; challenging fundamentals and problem solving. Ideas revolved around past experience. A lot of them were specific to the job, but they weren't grilling you. The teams wanted to understand how much did I know about the field/job
No Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2010 – Reviewed Sep 17, 2011
Interview Details 1. have a first interview with manager, director and HR and followed by presenting the previous working experience, the attitude for work, the time period for related field, and personal plan when you are hired by the company. Bonus depends on the yearly performance of the entire company, not that specific. Have to travel abaoad or domestically frequently 3
Interview Question – what do you expect if you are hired and what's your scope toward this position?3 Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Somerset, NJ (US) May 2011 – Reviewed Jul 10, 2011
Very nice company, good benefit.
1:1 meeting without presentation.
Total 6 people including engineer and, HR and manager.
Unforutnately, I didn't get offer.
No Offer – Interviewed in Somerset, NJ (US) Mar 2011 – Reviewed Apr 04, 2011
The interviewers were all very friendly and I didn't get the job because I was not a good fit for the job.
Overall good people, good technology- would love to interview again.
No Offer – Interviewed in Lowell, MA (US) Oct 2010 – Reviewed Nov 03, 2010
Interview Details I was first welcomed by the receptionist. Next someone from HR made me feel welcome. I waited for a while then had a one on one interview with the Director of Operations. Then I had a phone interview with the Director of Facilities. I was supposed to have an interview with the Director of HR but he was unavailable. I met one more time with the Director of Operations and that was it.
Interview Question – How do you handle difficult people? Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Santa Barbara, CA (US) Jun 2010 – Reviewed Aug 17, 2010
Interview Details i got a call from the hr dept and arranged a telephonic with the hiring manager, many questions on my background and experience was asked. then was asked for an onsite interview and flew to santa barbara .there i was interviewed by 5 engineers and under whom i was goin to work and they asked technical questions and had all 1:1 with them.then had the tour of the company and flew back. still no response from them and i had called them and asked but they said they are interviewing and the process is on.
No Offer – Interviewed in Santa Barbara, CA (US) May 2010 – Reviewed May 31, 2010
Was initially contacted by the recruiter then senior manager then the manager.
Questions like why you want this position?
What languages do you speak?
Are you familiar with Microsoft office, with computer networking?
Talk about yourself and your previous experience?
What kind of AFMs have you used in the past? Is there any Veeco AFM among those?
Can you install and troubleshoot an AFM?
How do you see yourself in 2-5 years from now?
Describe your typical day?
Are you willing to travel frequently and at short notice?
Can you handle too much travel?
Do you have any questions for us?
Interview Question – According to your resume, you've got a great background; why you want this position? (He meant to say that I'm overqualified) Answer Question
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