Dress for success, show your enthusiasm and passion for the industry, ask questions, be ready for behavioral based interviews and meeting with lots of people.
Answered by Terumo BCT
Explain things as if the interviewer does not know what the job is. Be very detailed. Speak clear and be confident. Some questions are based on different scenarios and how you would react. With every interview it's good to practice your answers and maybe do a mock interview. If you're moving up from within they will set them up if you ask. Try to radiate positivity.
Just have a positive attitude and have good posture and eye contact. Be quick and direct with your answers and never say anything that is not being asked of you.
Answered - Assembler (Former Employee) - Lakewood, CO
Be prepared for big company process
Answered - Director of Software, R&D (Former Employee) - Lakewood, CO
Be patient if you really want to work here
Answered - Regulatory Affairs Specialist (Current Employee) - Lakewood, CO
Make sure you sell yourself on punctuation
Answered - Assembly Worker (Former Employee) - Lakewood, CO