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1. Tell me about yourself.

I am Lissa Hannah Etor, the eldest in the family and I am a licensed Chemical Engineer. My
favorite subject when I was in highschool was Chemistry, I also find it more challenging in
highschool was Mathematics. So, I decided to took up chemical engineering to further develop
my Chemistry knowledge and to master Mathematics. A Process Engineer in Coating
department has developed enthusiasm and a true passion. My hobbies are cooking, watching
series and reading.

2. Why should we hire you?

From my 2 years and 5 months of experience being a Process engineer, I’ve developed the
ability to anticipate roadblocks and create effective alternative plans. My greatest value is my ability to
work independently, can proactively tackle issues and I thrive on making sure every day has a clear plan
and every plan is clearly communicated. Even though lenses and semiconductors are quite far in terms
of its production, I assure you that I am trainable, adaptive and hardworking.

3. What is your greatest strength?

I am natural problem solver. I find it rewarding to dig deep and uncover solutions to challenges – it’s like
solving a puzzle. It’s something I’ve always excelled at, and something I enjoy. Much of product
development is about finding innovative solutions to challenging issues, which is what drew me to this
career path in the first place.

4. What are your greatest weaknesses?

Earlier in my career I noticed that because I was so enthusiastic about my work, I had a tendency
to say “yes” when I should be saying “no”. At one point I end up so overwhelmed by my workload,taking
so many projects, that I was working evenings and weekends. It was stressful, and that stress affected
my production quality. I realized I was counterproductive, so I started using workload management tools
(Priority Matrix) to set better expectations for myself and my teammates

5. Why do you want to leave to your current job?

I have loved my time at HPOI Corporation and I am really proud to be a part of it, where I
contributed successful projects and products that I helped conceived and managed. However, I think the
time has come for a change. We are going through some management changes right now and a lot of
projects are on hold.

I have been thinking for a while that I’d like to work for a bigger company with more opportunities for
growth. This position seems like a great fit because of my background in process engineering and my
production teams.
6. Why do you want to work here?

The On semi-conductor (formerly Fairchild) reputation is certainly a factor. I would be proud to work for
a company which has been leading on semiconductor/electronics manufacturing industry. Also, finding
a company with positive work environment and values that align with my own has remained a priority
for anding a job and this company ranks at the top of the list.

7. How do you handle stress and pressure?

I’m not someone who is energized by or thrives in stressful environments. My first step in
managing stress is to try to circumvent it by keeping my work processes very organized, and my attitude
professional. When customers or associates come to me with issues, I try to look at things from their
perspective, and initiate a collaborative problem solving approach to keep the situation from escalating.
I find that maintaining an efficient, pleasant office with open lines of communication automatically
reduces a lot of workplace stress. Of course, sometimes unanticipated stressors will arise. When this
happens, I just take a deep breath, remembering that the person I am dealing with is frustrated with the
situation and not me. I then actively listen to their concerns and make a plan to resolve the issue as
quickly as possible.

8. What are your goals for the future?

I’m someone who likes stability. My goal is to find a job that I can hold long term, being a valued
employee as I gradually advance to positions of increasing authority and responsibility. Being
new to the industry, I’d like to gain valuable insight and experience. That way, I’d become more
familiar with the field. The skills I could learn in this job may help me advance my career and
teach me about myself as a professional.

9. If this job moves your heart – how so? Ever feel like you found your calling or sweet
spot in life? If not, what might do it for you?

There is one part of the job that has given me the most personal satisfaction, and that is Process
Hazard Analysis and Process Safety. As the go-to person for the company when it comes to
hazard reviews, I get the sense that I'm doing something that is valuable and important for the
greater good. Process Safety issues have the potential to impact not only plant personnel but
also the surrounding community. Preventing injuries and finding ways to make chemical
manufacturing safer is a passion of mine.
10. How stressful is your job? Are you able to maintain a comfortable or healthy work-life
balance? How?

My job can be very stressful at times, particularly during process start-ups. Most of the time the
hours are reasonable, but start-ups are a different story. When a new process is coming on-line,
that has to become my life until it is running according to plan, no matter how long that might
take. During those times it is hard to be there for my family as much as I should.