Officer Production Interview Preparation Guide
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Officer Production based Frequently Asked Questions by expert members with experience as Officer Production. These questions and answers will help you strengthen your technical skills, prepare for the new job test and quickly revise the concepts

56 Officer Production Questions and Answers:

1 :: What knowledge do you have about the company as Officer Production?

You should do your research prior to the interview. Look into background history of the company, this will help you stick out. Learn about main people, have they been in the news lately? The interviewer doesn’t expect you to know dates and certain people, but showing that you have enough interest to research the company is a positive impression.
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2 :: Explain me what is Six Sigma?

Six sigma is a data-driven methodology and approach for eliminating defects in any process from manufacturing to transactional and from product to service.
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3 :: Tell us how can you calculate manufacturing work in progress?

Manufacturing work in progress is when manufacturing firm transforms material into the work in process which includes raw material, labour and factory overhead. You can calculate all the below factors to know the costing for the manufacturing work in progress.

☛ labour costs
☛ Raw material inventory costs
☛ Production cost
☛ Cost of ending work in process for the accounting period
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4 :: Tell us what is GMP?

GMP is a good manufacturing practice and is recognized worldwide for the control and management of manufacturing and quality control testing of foods, medical devices and pharmaceutical products.
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5 :: Tell me why do you want this job as Officer Production?

Companies want to hire people who are passionate about the job. So you need to have a great answer prepared about why you want the position.

First, identify a couple of key factors that you make fit the job description, then state why you like the company. For example:

“I love the customer support because I love the human interaction and the satisfaction that comes from helping people solve problems. I have always been passionate about working in a busy, hands-on environment, so I want to be a part of this job.”
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6 :: Explain me why do you want to work with us?

A company will want to see how much you know about company culture and whether you have an understanding about the company culture. For example, if the company emphasises on integrity with customers then you should mention you would like to be in such a team because you believe in integrity.

If however, you are aware that the company values do not fit your thoughts then be honest. The best policy is to be honest with yourself.
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7 :: Tell me what actually entropy is? Explain me since I know only farming?

I tried to explain entropy as a disorderness of a system without explaining any mathematical formula and interviewer nodded approvingly.
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8 :: Explain me how would you deal with a difficult supplier?

This question is set up to test your communication skills. A good approach would be to first give an example of when a supplier might be difficult before saying how you will deal with it. Then give an example of when you have done this in the past to confirm the point, even if not with a supplier but an instance of conflict in the workplace which you resolved. Key aspects of good communication skills when in a difficult situation are to be firm, honest and empathetic but remain assertive.
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9 :: Please tell me about your ability to work under pressure?

You may say that you thrive under certain types of pressure. Give an example that relates to the type of position applied for.
Mention routine pressure you face, such as dealing with deadlines on a regular basis.
Try not to use an example where you created the pressure yourself, by waiting too long to start something, or by handling a task irresponsibly at the beginning. For example, working under pressure to meet a customer’s deadline could be a good example, but not if you had waited too long to start the project.

Pressure is actually a catalyst to my work. When there is an imperative deadline, I refocus my energy into my work which in fact, has helped me to produce some of my best works. (Give examples) I guess you can say I thrive under pressure.
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10 :: Please explain what do you consider to be your biggest weakness?

This can be a tricky question to respond to, if you suggest you have no weaknesses you’re going to appear as a lair or egotistical. You should respond realistically by mentioning small work related weaknesses. Although many try to answer using a positive skill in disguise as a weakness, like “I expect co-workers to have the same commitment” or “I am a perfectionist”. However, it is recommended that there is some honesty and the weaknesses are true, and then emphasize on how you have overcome it or working to improve it. The purpose of this question is to see how you view and evaluate yourself.
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