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GE Healthcare Interview

27 Questions and Answers Written by Ryan Brunner

Written on February 26th, 2019 | Ryan has over 10 years of experience interviewing
candidates in the healthcare, public service, and private manufacturing/distribution industries.
Question 1 of 27
At GE Healthcare, we believe in continuous feedback so we can all improve. When is a time you received constructive feedback?
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How to Answer
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.

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Question 2 of 27
What do you know about our product lines we develop and produce here at GE Healthcare? Do you have familiarity with any of these product lines?
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How to Answer
For this question, your interviewer will be looking to see that you've done your research on the organization regarding their products and that you understand how the role you are interviewing for will impact one or all of those product lines. Be sure to mention the Imagine, Ultrasound, Life Care and Software solutions and speak to any familiarity you have with those product lines. If you don't have direct experience with GE Healthcare's product lines, there is no need to fret as your interviewer is aware of that from your application/resume. In this case, be sure to speak to the skills that you bring to the job and how you can transition to working with GE Healthcare's products.

Question 3 of 27
Talk about a time you had to manage significant change in the workplace. How did you handle that situation with great results?
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A day, week, month and year in the work life at GE Healthcare includes innovation, pushing to learn, growth and change. All of these items lead to a workplace that is changing and developing on a regular basis and your interviewer will be looking to hear that you are adaptable and willing to both grow and learn in your job. In your example, talk about a significant change that you faced in the workplace. Set the scene for what was significant about the change, talk about the obstacles you had to overcome and explain how you overcame them with great results. Reiterate to your interviewer that you thrive on change for the better in your work.

Question 4 of 27
We fully embrace a culture of transparency here at GE Healthcare. Tell me about a time where you had to be transparent with a customer or colleague when it may have normally been difficult to do so. How did you handle this situation?
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On top of their corporate transparency reporting commitment under disclosure laws, GE Healthcare openly promotes a culture of transparency for all of their staff. For this question, your interviewer will be looking to hear about a time where you had to be transparent in your work at a time where it was difficult to do so. Walk your interviewer through the thought and action process you had to take and describe why it was important, though difficult, to be open and honest with the colleague or customer at that time.

Question 5 of 27
At GE Healthcare, our organization is highly matrixed with US and global partners on our teams. How have you navigated this kind of environment in the past?
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Working in a matrixed organization means you have multiple people you are accountable to, often with competing priorities. It can be complex to navigate in this space, so the interviewer wants to know you can handle working in this environment.

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Author of GE Healthcare Answers and Questions

Ryan Brunner
Ryan has over 10 years of experience interviewing candidates in the healthcare, public service, and private manufacturing/distribution industries. Ryan has a long track record of recruiting, interviewing and hiring candidates at all levels of the organizations that he has recruited for. These include entry-level workers, professional workers, physicians and executive level leaders. Ryan has created and worked with many interviewing formats in the industries that he has recruited for and has reviewed resumes and cover letter's for all of the positions he has recruited for.
Published: 02/26/2019

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