Phone interview with HR then on site interview with the hiring manager
When I was interviewed for a job in 1988, it was very laid-back. Ask me about my previous jobs and ask me how I can improve the process from my previous job (if there is a need of improvement). Then, I was hired...Now-a days, it's totally different. Phone interview, and job offered over the phone.
Answered - Materials Development Engineering Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ 85226
They put you in "what would you do?" in certain scenarios. etc...
Answered - Lab Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Answered - Equipment Specialist/Equipment Owner (Former Employee) - Hudson, MA
Answered - Platform Applications Engineer (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Interview with different managers, mostly technical stuff
Answered - Process Engineer (Former Employee) - Portland, OR
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