James Hardie Interview Questions & Reviews in Fontana, CA
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Building Science (Entry Level Engineer) Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through another source and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at James Hardie in November 2012.
Interview Details 1. Zone Manager - Phone Interview
2. Research Team head - Phone Interview
3. Building Science Head - Panel Interview
Interview Question – a) Based on my research and my project work.
b) Knowledge about Green building incentive plans
c) What do u know about the company
d) What kind of software do u know
e) ASHRAE Standards
f) Energy Auditing related questions
g) Why James Hardie
h) What is that one thing that you would want to change in our company
i) What is that one thing that you couldn't find in our website and you want us to answer for you? Answer Question
R&D Scientist I Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at James Hardie in June 2012.
Interview Details I was called in for a general interview. It consisted of general questions such as personality, decisions, future, etc.. They forwarded my file to the main hiring manager and one of the senior scientists. They had a panel phone interview and asked questions regarding my background in the sciences.
Marketing Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at James Hardie in May 2010.
Interview Details People were dressed very unprofessionally. Some interviewers spoke broken English and were hard to understand. Seemed to care a lot about the hours you spend at work.