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EOS Overview

Krailling (Germany)
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
Industrial Manufacturing
$100 to $500 million (SGD) per year
Welcome to the EOS Team! Our passion: to help bring a future technology to phenomenal success. Within a very short time period, we have grown from pioneer to the global market leader in the industrial 3D printing sector. Because we offer our customers an outstanding technology ... Read more

Mission: From pioneer to global market leader - from the digital revolution to the future of industry: EOS is the maker and trailblazer of a technology whose possibilities amaze people. Because the passion for additive manufacturing at EOS is just as limitless as the application fields ... Read more

EOS Reviews

  • "Involved in process optimization"

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    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Data Analyst in Munich, Bayern (Germany)
    Former Employee - Data Analyst in Munich, Bayern (Germany)
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at EOS part-time (Less than a year)


    Great company with good staff. A company with vision and high tech solutions and products


    not really and downsides working at EOS

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EOS Photos

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EOS Interviews



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Getting an Interview




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    IT Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Austin, TX (US)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at EOS (Austin, TX (US)).


    Interviewed with one HR person, North America CFO and North America COO. CFO seemed to have the most sway in the decision, but had a very limited viewpoint on what a person in this position could and would do, not to mention any understanding of real life IT solutions. *Red Flag* was when I was asked "can I just go in the background and basically just flip a switch and fix all our problems?" CFO wanted one very specific problem addressed (out of the countless there could of course be), so never mind if you've done 100 other things just like that for over a decade, and like all the other solutions you have provided, using the same methodology would lead to a sound solution - hadn't implemented a solution for this one thing you know there are dozens for? - no go. In other words, I should have been interviewing with someone in the process who has a technical position to help correct, and balance the things that non technical leaders just do not understand. That fact diminished my value way too much - this job would have been relatively easy, that's the part that leaves me dumbfounded. I'm never interviewing with just a CFO ever again.

    Interview Questions

    • What is one of your weakness?   1 Answer
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