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What are the important factors for you finding purpose in and being invested in your work? How can we help foster these factors?

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  1. 1.

    What are the important factors for you finding purpose in and being invested in your work? How can we help foster these factors?

      Fresenius Medical Care believes that for their employees to be productive, successful and happy in their work, they must be invested and engaged in their work. For this question, your interviewer is looking to take a deep dive into what makes you tick as a high functioning and successful team member if you were to be offered the position. Now is your chance to be open and honest with your interviewer about what you truly look for to be happy in your work and the it give you the chance to discuss what you look for and expect from a leader. In the end, make sure that your interviewer understands that you are highly motivated by the mission and values of Fresenius Medical Care.

      Ryan's Answer

      "For me personally, happiness and success in my work come from me feeling a personal stake in the success of my department and the organization as a whole. Knowing that this Marketing Specialist position has direct influence on the sales and implementation of great life saving products would give me all I need for motivation to succeed."

      Ryan's Answer

      "Throughout my career in engineering, I've always been highly motivated and invested during the times where I was given autonomy in decision making processes and daily routines to bring my expertise and skills to the forefront. In this position as a Senior Component Engineer, you'd quickly find that I am a self starter that is able to work both independently and with a team of experts in the field. From you as a leader, I'd like an open door policy to be able to bounce ideas off of you as well as you being able to approach me with ideas. Is this your typical management style?"

      Anonymous Answer

      "Throughout my career, I've always been highly motivated during the times where I was given autonomy in decision-making processes and daily routines to bring my expertise and skills to the forefront. In this position, you'd quickly find that I am a self-starter that can work both independently and with a team of experts in the field. From you as a leader, I'd like an open door policy to be able to bounce ideas off of you as well as you being able to approach me with ideas."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Brilliant response! Very good.

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  2. 2.

    At Fresenius Medical Care, we challenge ourselves to improve people's health. When is a time you've pushed and challenged yourself outside your comfort zone?

      The medical device industry demands forward-thinking individuals who can continue to do MORE. The interviewer wants to hear an example of a time you've really stretched yourself for a project or initiative at work.

      Ryan's Answer

      "I was working with clinics in my territory to promote our medical devices and kept hearing that our competitor was offering a better product that was more tech savvy. I brought this feedback back to our R & D team but also had an idea on how we could differentiate ourselves from our competitor's product. I did a bunch of research on how to engineer something like this, even though that is far out of my scope as a sales person. I was then put on a project team to explore actually developing this upgraded product. Our team was able to research, design and launch a product that my physicians were so excited about. It was the most challenging and rewarding experience!"

      Ryan's Answer

      "For example: "In college, we were given an assignment to create a marketing proposal for a local business. I did a mix of traditional and digital. I had seen a new technology mentioned the day before on a blog I subscribe to and even though my project was due in 2 days, I decided to research everything I could find on this new automation technology. I didn't sleep the night before the project was due, but adding this new technology really made my project stand out."

  3. 3.

    Tell me about your related education and training that prepared you for this position.

      Take a few minutes to walk the interviewer through your college work, graduate work or any skill development opportunities you have had. Make sure you put emphasis on how that experience will help you succeed in this position.

      Ryan's Answer

      "I actually have a degree in music, but went back to graduate school for business. I think the musical part of my brain keeps me creative, but I have the finance, accounting, and consultancy skills you need to succeed in this role."

      Ryan's Answer

      "I have a degree in biology and thought I wanted to go on to medical school, but discovered I really like the business side of health care. I started taking classes in business and management and did an internship in the corporate office of a hospital system. These combination of experiences would give me a really good base for a position at Fresenius Medical Care AG."

      Anonymous Answer

      "I have a Ph.D. degree in biology but discovered I like the business side of health care. I started taking classes in business and management and worked in the industry before. This combination of experiences would give me a really good base for a position at Fresenius Medical Care AG."

      Rachelle's Answer

      This is a perfect recap. Short and sweet, and to the point.

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  4. 4.

    In the medical device industry, it is important our teams are cohesive so we can continue to drive excellence. Tell me about a time you gave feedback to a peer?

      The interviewer wants to know that you aren't shy about giving feedback to your peers to help them succeed. True leaders show their true colors by mentoring and supporting colleagues, not just by supporting and training direct reports. Show the interviewer that you care about the development of others are aren't afraid to give feedback.

      Ryan's Answer

      "I noticed my peer was really struggling with her communication with another leader. He would get very anxious and even out of breath when he was telling me about what was going on. One of the times that he was venting to me, I listened, but then asked a few more questions to probe deeper. Through my questions, my colleague was able to think of a few different strategies to try when working with this person in the future. The power of the question is very powerful."

      Ryan's Answer

      "For example: "We had bi-weekly team meetings and we do a lot of brainstorming during that time. One of my colleagues came across really negative and would shoot down people's ideas really quickly. This really deflated the energy in the team. I asked him to go for a walk with me and I told him how his behavior was being perceived. He was caught off guard by this feedback. However, because we were walking and our bodies were moving, it helped him to calm down and hear me. At the end, he thanked me for pulling him aside and talking to him about it and I could tell at the next meeting that he came with an attitude that was different and more open."

      Anonymous Answer

      "I noticed my peer was struggling with her communication with another leader. He would get very anxious and even out of breath when he was telling me about what was going on. One of the times that he was venting to me, I listened, but then asked a few more questions to probe deeper. Through my questions, my colleague was able to think of a few different strategies to try when working with this person in the future. The power of the question is very powerful."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Very good example. I have reworded it slightly for better flow. If possible, add what the end result was for your colleague.

      "I noticed my peer was struggling when it came to communicating with another leader. He would become anxious and even out of breath when telling me about certain situations. One of the times he was venting to me, I listened, but then asked a few questions to probe deeper. Through these questions, my colleague was able to develop strategies to try when working with this person in the future. Well-timed questions are very powerful, and thankfully, this colleague was able to repair the situation, and settle his nerves."

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  5. 5.

    At Fresenius Medical Care, we believe in continuous feedback so we can all improve. When is a time you received constructive feedback?

      All companies need people who can take criticism and give it without feeling weird or sensitive about it. Demonstrate to the interviewer how you have used a piece of constructive feedback to improve and get better.

      Ryan's Answer

      "In one of my reviews, I received feedback that I didn't delegate enough and therefore, it made it seem like I didn't trust my colleagues. I really took that feedback to heart. I took a look at my work load, which was really high, and made some priority buckets. There was one bucket of work that was very low risk and I distributed it to my team. One team member did a really great job so I was able to give her some of the more complex projects."

      Ryan's Answer

      "For example: "I received feedback that everybody knows what I am thinking from my non verbal expressions, especially in meetings. That was really tough feedback to hear. That entire next year, I worked very hard to ensure my facial expressions were positive and neutral versus worried or anxious, no matter what the content of the meetings were about. It was a tough exercise, but I'm glad I received the feedback or I would not have known this."

  6. 6.

    At Fresenius Medical Care, we've been voted a best place to work. What kind of working environment do you thrive in?

      Every work environment is different. The interviewer wants to get a sense of your preference for the atmosphere in which you'll be working. Be honest, but also demonstrate flexibility since you'd don't yet know what the environment is like.

      Ryan's Answer

      "I can adapt to most work environments. I've been in very chaotic, noisy environments and can thrive with some strategies to help me focus, like my headphones. In other positions, it has been very quiet. I gravitate to environments that are collaborative and not too quiet so people feel like they can ask questions and interact with each other."

      Ryan's Answer

      "In my internships, I had exposure to many different settings. I prefer a busy, fast-paced environment to keep me on my toes. I also like when there are many people around so I can ask questions if I need."

      Anonymous Answer

      "I can adapt to most work environments. I've been in very chaotic, noisy environments and can thrive with some strategies to help me focus, like my headphones. In other positions, it has been very quiet. I gravitate to environments that are collaborative and not too quiet so people feel like they can ask questions and interact with each other."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Well-rounded response. Well done!

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  7. 7.

    At Fresenius Medical Care, we do a lot of cross functional team projects. Tell me about a project team you've been on and your role.

      If you thought group projects ended in college, you were wrong! Most organizations have their share of project work as well as the day to day work. Walk the interviewer through a successful project where you played a big role and had large ownership.

      Ryan's Answer

      "At my company, I was selected to represent my department in a larger project team to implement a new CRM system. We met weekly, sometimes twice a week for about 12 months, My role was to make sure our old CRM system data converted into the new one and that it was organized in a useful way. I collaborated with IT as well as the project manager for the new system to make sure the data was useful and organized. When the new system launched, our old and rich data was there and useable so that we could maintain relationships we our customers seamlessly."

      Ryan's Answer

      "For example: "In college, we had to do a big project in my Marketing class where we created an advertising campaign for a local business. I was in a group with 4 people, none of which I knew very well. We started talking to figure out where people's strengths were and there was clearly a person who was more technical, one who was a really good presenter and communicator, a financial person, and me, the creative person. We all had our own lanes, but came together to help on the different pieces. We pitched our idea and the business we had modeled, actually wanted to implement the majority of our ideas."

  8. 8.

    We value the growth of our staff here at Fresenius Medical Care. Talk about your ultimate career goals and if you see us fitting into those goals down the road.

      For an organization that truly values the growth and development of their employees, Fresenius makes many avenues available for their staff to grow and develop in their careers and this question gives you the opportunity to talk about what your career goals are and how you expect to achieve them. Be open and honest with your interviewer about your goals to show your motivation, but also be sure to show a commitment to both the role that you are interviewing for and the organization as a whole.

      Ryan's Answer

      "Being young in my career as a Dialysis Technician, I do have goals to work towards a Bachelor's degree in nursing down the road. I love working with renal failure patients and truly feel that I have a significant impact on prolonging their lives and helping them feel fulfilled. My goal in becoming an RN would be to continue working in the nephrology specialty with patients with kidney issues."

      Ryan's Answer

      "My goal down the road would be to prove my value to the organization as a clinical coder and eventually be promoted to a supervisory or management position. While working full time now as a coder, I am pursuing my bachelor's degree in Health Information Management. I was inspired to do this by my current manager as he saw that I had the skills and qualities necessary in a future leader in the field."

      Anonymous Answer

      "My goal down the road would be to prove my value to the organization as a clinical education manager and eventually earn a promotion to a supervisory or management position within the division. I would like to be in charge of program development as a future director. I hope that there is a career track program available for me within your organization."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Pretty good response! I have tweaked it a bit for clarity. I recommend you check for any career development programs on the FMC website so that you can make the last comment more of an affirmative statement.

      "My career goal is to prove my value to Fresenius Medical Care, first as a Clinical Education Manager. When you feel I am ready for promotion, I would appreciate consideration for a management position related to program development, and then as a Director. I see that your organization offers a robust career track program complete with continued education options. I look forward to learning more about these opportunities."

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  9. 9.

    We have a unique business model in the medical device industry in that we have a clinical dialysis side to our business on top of our manufacturing and development sides. Why do you think our model is important to our success?

      In your research of Fresenius Medical Care, you likely read about their different divisions that span the range of direct patient care to research and development on the product development side of things. This is a very unique model in the realm of the medical device industry and your interviewer will be looking to hear that you see the advantages of this model. Point out the fact that clinical operations and direct patient care are what the entire operation is about and having employees on that end of the business can significantly benefit the manufacturing side. And on the flip side of that equation, working on the clinical side of things with the development of new products so close has a huge advantage as well. Talk about your point of view in this business model and what the advantages are.

      Ryan's Answer

      "Coming from a sales job in the medical device industry, at times it could be hard to connect with the nursing and tech staff that were working with the products that I sold and serviced in clinics and hospital across the region. I can see one huge advantage of working at Fresenius is the ability to engage with clinical staff like physicians, NP's, nurses and tech that are using the products on the front lines with patients and then take that knowledge to the field with external customers."

      Ryan's Answer

      "Having worked on the nursing side of things prior to getting into leadership, I love the idea of working with those that design and develop renal products to make patient care more improved and to make the lives of the techs and nurses much better as well. Can you talk about the collaboration that you see happening between the different sides of the business here at Fresenius Medical Care?"

      Anonymous Answer

      "Coming from a sales job in the medical device industry, at times it could be hard to connect with the nursing and tech staff that were working with the products that I sold and serviced in clinics and hospital across the region. I can see one huge advantage of working at Fresenius is the ability to engage with clinical staff like physicians, nurses, and tech that are using the products on the front lines with patients and then take that knowledge to the field with external customers."

      Rachelle's Answer

      I have reworded it slightly for the sake of flow, and to maintain focus on the successful business model at Fresenius versus focusing on challenges from previous jobs.

      "There is a huge advantage with this model, as it gives Fresenius employees the ability to engage with clinical staff, such as physicians, nurses, and technicians who are using your products in the frontlines. It's important that I can take the knowledge they gain from being on the frontlines with patients, and take that information to the field with external customers."

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  10. 10.

    Many of our projects have very strict timelines. Tell me about a time you missed a deadline or deliverable and how you handled it.

      Everybody makes mistakes and it is best to pick a project where the missed deadline wasn't fatal and you were able to recover and learn from your mistake.

      Ryan's Answer

      "We had a new leader start recently. To get her up to speed, she asked for a number of different reports in a 2 day turn around time. She needed them for an executive meeting she was going to. One of the reports was very manual and with my other responsibilities, I just wasn't able to get it done in time. I went to her office and told her that I could have this complete tomorrow, but I wasn't able to finish it for her meeting this morning. She asked what I was working on and I explained my competing priority. She recommended that I come check with her to get help prioritizing in the future. I learned a big lesson that day about using your leader as an advocate for you. I should have come to her first. I've kept this in mind in other scenarios when I've had competing deadlines."

      Ryan's Answer

      "For example: "As a new grad, I remember in college, I had a huge project due in my economics class at the end of the semester. I made a schedule that would help me get all of the pieces of this project done in time, but part of my project required outside data that I needed from a different university. There was a delay in this data getting to me and it delayed some of the subsequent steps of my project. I ended up getting it just a few days before the deadline. As hard as I tried, I couldn't get it submitted on time. I was absolutely devastated. I called my professor who understood, but I got a reduced grade because it was late. I learned that I should have chosen a data source that was more readily available to me but also that I could have looped in my professor earlier who might have had another idea."

      Anonymous Answer

      "There was a competing project on training which had to be completed and at the same time a marketing strategy for the next six months that we needed to complete. Unfortunately, I could not complete the marketing strategy plan on time. I approached my supervisor and mentioned it to him. I told him what else I was working on at that time and that I was involved with a training program. He recommended that I check with him to get help prioritizing in the future."

      Rachelle's Answer

      This example is good; however, I would recommend finishing up with a comment on what you did to improve your prioritization skills after receiving the feedback.

      "A few months ago, there was a competing project which was due the same time as a marketing strategy. Unfortunately, I could not complete the marketing strategy plan on time. I approached my supervisor and told him the situation, what I was working on, and my level of involvement in the projects. He recommended that I check in with him next time that happened, to get help with prioritization. To get ahead of the game, I took a time-management course online which gave me new skills related to project management and prioritization. I feel much more prepared for tight deadlines now."

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  11. 11.

    With our focus at Fresenius Medical Care being on renal disease, what do you know about our products and services and how they impact patients with kidney issues?

      For this question, your interviewer will be looking to hear that you have some sense for the business and product line that Fresenius Medical Care works with on a daily basis and that you understand how their products and services help those living with kidney disease and other kidney issues live full lives. Be sure to do some basic research on the company, the products and services they promote and how the products provide a huge benefit to those in need. If you can give your interviewer a personal touch by talking about a person you know that has benefited from similar products, talk about how you'd like to be a part of that moving forward with others.

      Ryan's Answer

      "As a skilled operator on production lines, it is important for me to find an employer with which my personal values align and to help create a product that is meaningful and impactful on the customers that I serve. Having had a father that spent the final six years of his life in dialysis treatments and watching how those final years kept him alive to see his grandchildren grow, I would have a strong personal investment into the great products that Fresenius is putting out to patients and dialysis centers."

      Ryan's Answer

      "Throughout my career in healthcare, I have really enjoyed my time working in dialysis and with renal failure patients the most. It is such a prevalent disease that has been treated so much more effectively now with advancing technology and innovation like Fresenius has been a part of. Having always been an advocate for home care when possible, I think that this position matches my strong desire for home care with my love for working with renal patients. Your cutting edge technology in home hemodialysis would be something I'd thrive in working with."

      Anonymous Answer

      "It is important for me to find an employer with which my personal values align and to help create a product that is meaningful and impactful on the customers that I serve. Having had a family member that spent his life in dialysis treatments and watching how those final years kept him alive to see his grandchildren grow, I would have a big personal investment in the great products that Fresenius is putting out to patients and dialysis centers."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Very good answer. The interviewer will appreciate the personal touch as it shows solid buy-in from you as an employee.

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  12. 12.

    In the medical device industry, there is a lot of industry jargon and lingo and many acronyms to learn to understand the business. What are some strategies you've used to acclimate quickly when you've started a new job in the past?

      The medical device industry is highly technical. Even if you aren't an engineer, you still need to know very specific information about the product so you understand the business. There is a learning curve for any new employee, but the ones who can pick up things quickly set themselves up for success faster.

      Ryan's Answer

      "When I started my last job, I was hearing so much unfamiliar terminology my first week, so I started making a list and then when I had time to ask people or look things up, I'd add it to the list until I knew what everything was. My list became pretty extensive, so the HR person who does onboarding actually asked me if she could give it to new hires from now on because it was really helpful."

      Ryan's Answer

      "For example: "I love Google. In almost any environment, when you don't know something, you can start on Google and go from there. I take the time to research outside of work the elements of the industry that I don't know to get up to speed faster. By week 2 and 3, I'm have impressed the people I work with as contributing to the business."

      Anonymous Answer

      "I love Google. In almost any environment, when you don't know something, you can start on Google and go from there. I take the time to research outside of work the elements of the industry that I don't know to get up to speed faster. I love watching online educational videos to come up to speed on new technology with which I am not familiar."

      Rachelle's Answer

      All of these resources are perfect. Solid response!

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  13. 13.

    We promote public awareness of kidney disease awareness in many ways and Fresenius Medical Care takes personal responsibility for educating and helping others where we can. Why is this important to you and in what areas would be able to participate?

      For this question, be sure to do your research on the corporate responsibility of Fresenius Medical Care and learn about their public awareness programs, their emergency aid efforts and their network for social commitment in the field of kidney health. Then, speak about your thoughts on why these efforts are important and talk about any areas that you may be interested in helping out. If you have any personal touch you can put on your own story, that could go a long way with your interviewer in showing your belief in the corporate responsibility of the organization.

      Ryan's Answer

      "A few years ago, my brother-in-law returned from four years of active duty in a heavy combat zone and he returned a very different person than from when he left. He was diagnosed with PTSD upon his return and our whole family struggled with how we could help him transition back to normal family and work life. A few of our family attended a public seminar put on by Operation We Are Here and it focused on how we could best help our loved one transition back to life and how we could better understand what he was going through and experiencing in coming home. Seeing how impactful and successful this was for us, I'd love to be a part of similar education for kidney disease and other related issues with my experience as a Registered Nurse."

      Ryan's Answer

      "When I applied for this position, I was so enamored when I was reading about Fresenius' efforts in providing global crisis aid to those in need. Knowing the importance of dialysis in helping keep patients alive and well, I can't imagine the number of lives that are saved through these efforts when disasters like hurricanes or tsunamis take out entire regions or countries that don't have the infrastructure or supplies to keep dialysis operations up and running. If hired here, you can rest assured that I would be willing to help out in any way possible with these efforts."

      Anonymous Answer

      "Knowing the importance of dialysis in helping keep patients alive and well, I can't imagine the number of lives that these efforts save. I would love to be part of public outreach programs which are charitable weekend programs to educate people about our products and services and how it's important to take care of loved ones in our communities."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Excellent answer, and heartfelt.

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  14. 14.

    At Fresenuis Medical Care, we are results oriented and we expect our staff to meet customer and patient demands. Talk about a time you had to deliver excellent results on short notice and under a time crunch. How did you ensure solid results?

      Working on a time crunch to deliver great results is no easy task, but it is something that we all deal with in our work from time to time. Your interviewer will be looking for your ability to execute requests on short notice and how you handle situations like this with ease. Walk your interviewer through your process on how you prioritize the short notice task and come through in the clutch with diligence. Explain how you handle other duties you were working on at the time while putting a focus on the new task. If you had to use resources or help wisely, talk about your ability to do so with ease.

      Ryan's Answer

      "A few months ago, I was on the road in another region conducting sales calls on my big accounts. This was a trip I planned quarterly and it put me on the road for 2-3 nights away from home. One day while having lunch, a customer called to let me know that one of their storage building had suffered a roof collapse and all materials in the building were damaged beyond repair. I knew where the conversation was headed and I asked the client when he needed his new shipment of product to not hold up production on their end. 48 hours was his hopeful deadline and I promised we would have shipping to him by late evening on the following day. I immediately got on the phone with our order processing staff to expedite the order and delivery. I also contacted our warehouse manager to let him know about the high priority of the situation. Because I had such a great working relationship with both, the order was sent overnight that very night and the next afternoon I received a thank you call from a very happy customer!"

      Ryan's Answer

      "Last year, the health care system I worked for was experiencing some pretty high turnover and that led to the need for our entire Dialysis Technician team to be flexible. On a Friday morning, I reported to the clinic I was scheduled to be at that day and immediately began preparing for patients coming that day. Shortly after that, my director called indicating that no one had showed up to another clinic location about 30 miles away and asked if I could report there as soon as possible as patients were scheduled within the hour. Immediately, I let my colleague know that he would be handling all of our duties that day in clinic and I hit the road. When I arrived at the other clinic site, there were already two patients waiting. I let them know that due to unfortunate events, their appointment may be slightly delayed. I hustled to prep everything and within a short amount of time we were up and running with little delay. My flexibility that day really prevented a potential disaster and I was glad I could do my part to take pride in my work and my organization to represent us in the best way possible."

  15. 15.

    What is a work accomplishment you feel very proud about that you'd like to share?

      Everybody has that shining moment in their career that they look back on and feel good about. Share a work accomplishment that is significant to you and let the interviewer hear the passion in your voice.

      Ryan's Answer

      "I have been selected to the President's Club 3 years in a row. The first year I was selected, I am especially proud of because I was given a territory that was performing really terribly. I didn't know if I'd be able to turn it around. With focus, dedication, and a close eye on numbers, I was able to make really great strides in that region and it is still a high performing area for the company."

      Ryan's Answer

      "For example: "I'm really proud of the fact that 3 of the people who reported to me have moved on to leadership roles within my company. Coaching and mentoring people is really important to me and I spent a lot of time with these individuals talking to them about what it would take to get to the next level. They were like sponges and listened, and then did exactly what I knew they could do. Teaching others is something I have a great passion for."

  16. 16.

    We never settle for the status quo at Fresenius Medical Care and we wouldn't expect you to if hired for this position. Have you ever thought of a new and creative way of doing things in your work that ended up benefiting your work or the organization?

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  17. 17.

    At Fresenius Medical Care, we need outside the box thinkers to continue to innovate our company so we can stay competitive in the medical device industry. Tell me about a time you thought about something differently or proposed a new way of doing somethi

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  18. 18.

    Talk about a collaborative effort you were a part of during your career. What part did you play in the effort and why was it important that collaboration occurred in that situation?

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  19. 19.

    Tell me about a time you took initiative on your own.

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  20. 20.

    In the medical device industry, we are highly regulated by the FDA and other entities. What experience do you have working with regulatory bodies?

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  21. 21.

    Talk about a time that you had to confront a coworker about an issue in the workplace. What was the situation and how did you approach the situation?

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  22. 22.

    In the medical device industry, many of our sales relationships are with large hospital organizations. In previous roles, how have you made connections with the right people in large hospital organizations?

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  23. 23.

    We put our patients and our partners first at Fresenius Medical Care through the top-notch service that we provide. How would you say that you would effectively serve others in this role?

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  24. 24.

    At Fresenius Medical Care, we believe in finding the most efficient ways of doing things. How have you used technology to be more efficient?

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  25. 25.

    The technology in the medical device industry is changing rapidly. At Fresenius Medical Care, we are investing in new technology to help patients and our teams do their jobs more effectively. How do you keep up to speed with changing technology?

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  26. 26.

    At Fresenius Medical Care, we have worked very hard to make sure our workforce is inclusive and represents our customer population. Tell me about your experience in working with diverse groups of people in a work setting.

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    Our vision at Fresenius Medical Care involved being a trusted and valued partner to those that we work with. How do you build trusting relationship with those that you work with?

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  28. 28.

    What interests you about working in the medical device industry?

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