What do companies look for when hiring a reliability engineer?
This applies to reliability engineers looking for work in a new company or advancing within their own company.
Companies look for people who have a solid understanding of the fundamentals as well as experience in applying the fundamentals in various real-world circumstances. Interviewees can practice interviewing using video equipment or with a colleague.
Other attributes looked for in new hires are good people skills and the ability to improve skills based on feedback and self-correction.
Join Carl and Fred as they discuss what most companies look for in a new of experienced reliability engineer.
- People, technical and business skills
- The types of questions you will be expected to answer
- The “two-minute” speech: what value do you bring to the company?
- Learn to communicate with interest and passion
- Practice interviews with role playing
Enjoy an episode of Speaking of Reliability, where you can join friends as they discuss reliability topics.
Join us as we discuss topics ranging from design for reliability techniques to field data analysis approaches.
For additional information on another potential cause of No Defect Found (NDF) warranty returns, see the Accendo Reliability Blog post “Why Parametric Variation Can Lead to Failures and HALT Can Help“