Over the past 63 years Owens Corning has transformed into a global outfit now employing over 19,000 workers and generating a solid revenue stream of over $6 billion. If you understand the world of building, roofing, insulation, and fiberglass composites than sending them your resume might just be a good idea. To help propel you into their prestigious company, JobTestPrep has devised a wide range of comprehensive tools to allow you to prepare for the Owens Corning hiring process. Let’s get started and get ready to beat out the competition.
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With so many possible career paths at Owens Corning to choose from including HR, manufacture engineering, marketing, production supervision, sales among so many others, the hiring process may vary. To give you a sense of what your hiring process could look like, let's look at the process for production supervisor manager.
Production Supervisor Hiring Process
Corporate HR: The process begins with a phone call with corporate HR to review your resume and to make sure everyone is on the same page.
Group Interview: You will be invited to hiring conference for a group interview. This will allow the hiring managers to begin sifting through candidates.
Tour and Panel Interviews: The next stage will involve a tour of the plant. Remember that this is an informal interview, they want to see how interested you truly are and what type of questions you will ask. You will also have one or two-panel interviews with a range of technical, but mostly leadership style questions.
Negotiations and Job Offer: Lastly, the negotiation stage, a firm handshake, and signature on the dotted lines.
Interview Questions to Think About
Q: How would you make a decision if you were lacking detail?
A: Draw upon your past experiences, trials, and errors to figure out the best solution to help fill in the blanks to complete the picture.
Q: How would you minimize employee turnover?
A: Speak about upholding solid company culture, while proving staff with a comfortable yet challenging environment where they not only advance the company’s goals but their own.
Q: How would you prevent conflict in the office?
A: Show them that you are a people person that you can dive between business and pleasure and connect with your team to keep everyone on the same page.
Q:How would you do complete tasks in tight time frames?
A: Convey that you know how to run a tight ship, where every step is accounted for and properly tracked. Every team member has to understand their role and execute it to perfection.
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