Multiple interviewers, test, and mostly personal situational reaction questions.
Answered - Technician (Former Employee) - Colorado Springs, CO
It is very technical (rightfully so) but the hiring process is questionable due to the "who you know" seemingly taking over the "what you know".
Answered - PROGRAM MANAGER/OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE MANAGER (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
I was hired without being interviewed because of my previous work as a compiler developer for Sun Microsystems
Answered - Senior Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Novosibirsk, Russia
I did not interview i was sent to the company through a temp agency
Answered - GWS Installer (Former Employee) - Folsom, CA 95630
Very aggressive and hostile. They made a circle around me and threw questions at me/interrupted me/were very rude. I don't know what kind of interview style that was, but it really turned me off. I almost didn't take the job because of that.
The interview process was extensive and friendly at the same time.
Answered - Manufacturing/Inspection Specialist (Former Employee) - Las Piedras Municipio, PR
Candidates need to come prepared for rigorous technical screening, in addition to the usual interview questions. If you claim to be an engineer, you will be asked questions you should know from college.
Answered - Product Engineer (Former Employee) - Folsom, CA
It was a standard process.
Answered - Program Manager/Project Manager (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
Interviews are broken down into behavior, team, technical, and presentation. We will tell you 20 times that you will go on-call.
Answered - Process Engineer (Former Employee) - Hillsboro, OR
It was a panel interview where people took turns asking questions.
Answered - Manufacturing Engineer (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ