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Chemical Engineer for Water Treatment was asked...October 27, 2012

Nothing hard... basics... process calculation or chemistry...and language know matters... good for kannada and tulu speaking people

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Be cool... and confident


When you need someone to do something for you, but you don't have any authority over them (they are a customer or a supervisor or someone in a call center far away), how do you get them to deliver?

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I said, "I use any incentive I can come up with, like bringing coffee and doughnuts, to establish a positive relationship and a sense of ownership on their side, and if worst comes to worst, I do it myself." Best answer: "Find out what that person's motivation and goals are, and then align your need with their's. E.g., if they are applying for a promotion, make it clear that the task makes them look good to their supervisors, and if they are just killing time for the next year until retirement, make the task minimal effort and make sure they know how much of a hastle it will be later if they don't do the task now." Less

speak about yourself

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i told him about my life experiance

Scottish Water

Describe a key achievement?

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Elaborated on achievement in application


You mentioned you could speak and write in Mandarin. Please write down on the white board the Chinese translations of the following words (four were given).

BQE Water

Familiarity with treatment technologies and applications.


Introduce yourself.


Why do you want to apply for this job?


Why did you choose your PhD topic?

Wilson Engineers

What's the difference when you design treatment process for the industrial wastewater?

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