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21 questions about working at Jefferson Elora Corporation

  • My advice is to be confident, energetic and answer their questions with poise and conviction.

    Answered 26 July 2020
  • I went straight to the company, no agency. Applied online through Indeed. I passed their emailed questionnaire and was asked to go in for an interview. Typical interview informing you of overtime and 9 hour shifts but they downplay the amount of overtime. Be enthusiastic and eager to work and you're in.

    Answered 29 September 2017
  • Hours of work: 10:30 pm - 7am Sunday - Thursday with Friday overtime being often>>>Applied on indeed>>>Emailed questionnaire:1. Do you have experience and/or training with industrial robots? If yes, please elaborate.2. Do you have experience and/or training maintaining industrial equipment? If yes, please elaborate3. Do you have experience and/or training with PLC’s, PLC programming? If yes, please elaborate4. Do you have experience and/or training with Stamping Presses? If yes, please elaborate5. Do you have experience and/or training with welding? What type of welding?6. Do you have experience and/or training with wiring? What type of wiring?7. Any additional comments? >>>In person interview with Human Resources Specialist (HR) and Technical Coordinator(TC):Behavioral portion of he interview:HR:Tell us about yourselfHR:Did you get a chance to read the job description? Do you have any questions?TC:How would a co worker or supervisor describe you? HR:From a technical POV, what would you say your strengths are?HR:What are areas of weakness from a technical stand point? Any thing that you don't know but want to grow? HR:In your past roles did you have any opportunity to train a peer?TC:Who is responsible for safety and why?HR:Have you ever made a bad decision which have ever affected others? and how did you resolve the issue? (I bombed so hard on this one =_=)TC: how would you keep yourself organized in a fast paced JIT environment? (previous question restated)HR:You are at work, a robot crashes, your primary task is to do PM. What do you do? TC:how do you go about fixing the robot if you don't know how to and there is no one around who knows anything about it? I think the answer here should be to look up maintenance records Technical portion of the interview (Just speak what you know, they don't expect you to know everything):HR: Safety Circuits, safety interlocks - any experience with them?TC: Safety PLCs? HR: What about safety standards in the workplace? Are you familiar with any safety standards? HR: Any specific technical safety standard? (Z434)TC:Mechanical Troubleshooting - bearings, bushings, shaft, failing ball screws.HR:Pneumatic TroubleshootingTC:Hydraulic TroubleshootingHR:Electrical troubleshooting TC: electrical components, do you know your basic electrical components? like what would your basic panel hold?TC: do you know how to use an oscilloscope?TC: Have you ever troubleshot a short circuit?HR: experience with relay logic or hard wiring?TC:can you draw me a ladder logic for starting a motor (energizing an output)[Next few qns, TC wants to know about your custom fabricating experience. In the maintenance area they usually fabricate little parts needed for the robot, tooling, parts needed for fixing. To accomplish these tasks they need you to be able to use the band saw, drill press, weld torch etc.]TC: mig welding, any experience with mig welding? Whip and weld schedule. what are they?TC:metal fabrication, how are you with hand tools? Fabricate a metal table would you be able to do that?TC:manual machining skills rate yourself 1-10 TC: Omron PLC 1-10?TC: SMC corporation linear encoder stroke reading cylinder what is it?TC:resistance welding - any experience?TC:robots- so you say you have a bit of experience with robots, any experience with Nachi? TC: vision systems - done any work with them? (I am not sure but I think TC said they have Keyence vision inspection system that captures high contrast images of parts using back light technique. The software inspects features (such as holes) to validate position and dimension) TC: PMs - have you done any? >>>End notes: in the technical portion of the interview if you don't have experience you can always demonstrate you knowledge. This will need a lot of preparation in advance.

    Answered 30 November 2018
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