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HORIBA is a manufacturer of precision instruments for measurement and analysis. HORIBA is headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, and spread all over Europe, America, and Asia.
There are many new career opportunities in HORIBA, all over the world, including:
Field Service Engineer in Bensheim, Germany
Product Specialist (Emissions, Mechatronics & Test Automation) in Bensheim, Germany
Project Manager in Bensheim, Germany
Student (m/w) - Bachelor of engineering in Darmstadt, Germany
HORIBA offers its workers:
Good health benefits
How to Prepare for HORIBA's Hiring Process
The HORIBA recruitment process usually changes from one position to another. The main steps are:
Online Application: First, make sure that your CV is edited, accurate and well-written; then, send it to the job that interests you.
Interview/s: There may be a couple of stages: First, with the HR manager, and then – a meeting with the direct manager, or a panel interview with the relevant senior managers.
Assessment Centre: If you are invited to an assessment day, you will engage in different group activities. Interviews and exams can also be part of the day. The idea is to give the recruiters a better and bigger picture of the candidates. That way, the recruiters can decide if you are a good match for HORIBA, and for the relevant role.
Exams: You may be asked to take some tests, such as Thomas General Intelligence Assessment (GIA), during the procedure.
HORIBA’s Aptitude Tests
The required assessments change according to your level, experience, and the applied position. An important one can be:
Thomas General Intelligence Assessment (GIA): Includes verbal, numerical, and visualisation sections. Learn more about GIA.
More possible assessments are:
Situational Judgment Test (SJT): Asks you to select the best solution for various conflicts.
Excel: Tests your level and knowledge of Excel.
Personality: Assesses your characteristics and behaviour.
During the interviews, You are likely to be asked questions such as
Please tell me about yourself.
What are your future ambitions and goals?
How do you deal with challenging colleagues, and/or clients?
Which qualities make you a prime candidate?
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