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Sheet Metal Worker Interview

30 Sheet Metal Worker Interview Questions

Question 1 of 30
Tell me about your apprenticeship. Who mentored you in the beginning of your career?
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Question 2 of 30
What experience or related experience, do you have with the metal parts we fabricate?
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I do not have experience with sheet metal.
Question 3 of 30
How do you prioritize your work when you have multiple projects to complete?
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I try my best to finish the projects in time.
Depend on urgent delivery else by area of my interest.
I got for the hardest projects first then the easy ones last.
When I was given multiple projects to complete I prioritized it by deadline,
By cuuting down my break timmings.
Complete the ones with strict time constraints first, then try to finish the rest if there is time.
According to work priyarity.
Most of the time a prioritize by how soon they need to be completed.
Follow the company goals.
Collect a list of all of my tasks. Identify urgent vs. Important. Assess value. Order tasks by estimated effort. Be flexible and adaptable.
Question 4 of 30
What do you know about our company?
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Yes I have seen in your website regarding your company profile. Still need to here from you like what is the primary agenda of your company.
Well I know that John unger was the original owner with a separate partner before Bruce I believe and Bruce eventually came and the picture and slowly took over the other role as the partner and dominated the game and grew into a very successful shop and had a crazy amount of workers and put together an excellent shop and currently have the best guys working there..
I know sheet metal workers work on HVAC. Heating ventiliation and air conditioning ducts. You guys also do maintenance on such ducts for the service side of the field.
I know your company is a sheet metal company that works on heating ventilation and air conditioning.
Depends on priority we will execute projects.
I'm typically custom to a fast pace environment where a lot of paying key attention to detail which really brings out the best in me.
I have to find out the which way is smart to finish the project on time..
Its a top develeping company and it having good growth since 2003
It's a leading sheet metal component manufacturer.
That you specialize in vac for many high rise buildings in the area.
Question 5 of 30
If hired, how do you intend on making a difference with our company?
User-Submitted Answers
Will work hard, so usual..
Working hard to uphold the image already held by the union. I wont be one of those troubled employees but a dedicated individual who will take pride in the work in do so I wont give the union a bad name.
I intend on making a difference by working very hard. I will make sure that I am on time. And that I am present.
Bu upholding companies rule & policy, and directing myself towards companies goal.
If I get hired I will do my best for the company.
You'll see the positive change and growth in both.
If offered a position to your company I feel like I can bring in someone with a positive attitude to get jobs done on time and be really dependable.
Will contribute with my extended efforts with alignment with companies norms & standard practices to deliver better results.
Which one of my intent will not affect the company growth. That time I will do it.
Being organised, paying attention to detail, helping others,
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About Sheet Metal Worker

December 18th, 2014

Sheet metal workers make, install, and maintain heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning duct systems; roofs; siding; rain gutters; downspouts; skylights; restaurant equipment; outdoor signs; railroad cars; tailgates; customized precision equipment; and many other products made from metal sheets. They also may work with fiberglass and plastic materials. Although some workers specialize in fabrication, installation, or maintenance, most do all three jobs. Sheet metal workers do both construction-related work and mass production of sheet metal products in manufacturing.