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Eli Lilly and Company Philadelphia, PA (US)

Eli Lilly and Company Philadelphia, PA (US) Reviews

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    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Philadelphia, PA (US)
    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Philadelphia, PA (US)

    I have been working at Eli Lilly and Company full-time

    Pros

    Culture is great. Company cares about you

    Cons

    Opportunity for growth is not great

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Eli Lilly and Company Philadelphia, PA (US) Salaries

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    Principal Scientist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Philadelphia, PA (US)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Eli Lilly and Company (Philadelphia, PA (US)) in September 2019.

    Interview

    More specifically, this was at Avid Pharma (Philadelphia) which is now Eli Lilly. My interviewers were not ideal. Only the hiring manager was familiar with the skills required for the role. The remaining interviewers were grossly unfamiliar with my technical expertise which was the primary requirement for the role. They kept asking me questions from their technical expertise which was not part of my job responsibilities. Imagine a Doctor being interviewed by Engineers. They were also very young and inexperienced.
    I was even asked to give a highly technical presentation to a room full of these people. It was very clear that only the hiring manager understood. However, most likely - the other members may not have liked me because who had only a vague idea of what I do.
    To top it all - the Hiring Manager was very young - probably her first hire. So she did not have enough pull to hire me even though I could tell she liked my interview & background.

    Interview Questions

    • Tell me about yourself and your research background   1 Answer
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