It was very comfortable and consisted of three separate interviews.
Answered - Manufacturing Technician III (Former Employee) - Raleigh, NC
Most of the people who work here started off as a temp. Now they require people to have at least a year of experience in the field.
Answered - Production Associate I (Current Employee) - Woodstock, IL
I really enjoyed the interview process, i actually got to sit in on one and it was fun.
Answered - distibution technician III (Current Employee) - Kansas City, MO
Interviews are pretty straight forward. Focus on your experiences that are relevant to the job.
Answered - Associate, cGMP Biomanufacturing (Current Employee) - Madison, WI
The interview process was rigorous. They asked me questions such as how I would help the company and help the division where I was assigned to work. I was hired during a tough transition period for the Quality Control division. They were low on employees and labor, and they needed someone who could do the assignments in a fast amount of time during the summer. I was enthusiastic about the opportunity and I responded by saying that I was prepared and ready to do whatever tasks I am assigned. During the interview, I did not mention pay or overtime, I just explained that I was ready to do whatever was assigned, so I became a dependable employee to the Quality Control division
I felt that working for Catalent was very fulfilling. I made a lot of friends and references over there, and they were very thoughtful in helping me every step of the way.