Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Helpful (51)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAccepted OfferPositive Experience
I received an email from careers international inviting me to Oneday with baker hughes its a live chat with the HR and Manager about the company and what working there would be like. I later received another email from Baker Hughes asking me to choose what country i would like to work and then called me up for an online video interview. It is a recorded video interview on Hirevieu where you have questions posted and then you have to record your answer. there were 9 questions with a 3min timeline most of what have already been listed above......I am believing I will hear back from the company soon.
- Tell me of a situation where you worked on a project with deadline and a budget given, how did you handle the situation, what was the outcome and what would you do differently next time. 4 Answers
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Baker Hughes.
Was about 4 months long. No communication during the process. Had to call hr constantly to get status updates. Wasn't in the system for a while even after I had a interview with baker Hughes rep.
- How much oilfield experience do you have? 1 Answer
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Baker Hughes (Houston, TX).
BHE. Nothing difficult, they give some assessments. Then interview why you want to work at Baker Hughes. Last day has a group presentation. Sounds like a lot, but it's actually really easy.
- Why do you want to work in the O&G service industry? 1 Answer
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Baker Hughes.
Online application then, was the phone interview and after that the HR interview.
The phone interview had few questions on my electrical projects on power calculation and testing of the PCBAs. The HR interview was just general questions like can I work without the sponsorship in US. When can I get my CPT documents etc
- Asked about the projects in my resume Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Baker Hughes.
referred by a friend in the company. The research topics were directly related to the position applied. The interview was coming very quick after seding out the resume and it was all about behavior questions through a webcam video lasting about 30 minutes. After the interview, waited around 1 week to get the offer by an email from the HR.
- nothing too difficult Answer Question
I applied online – interviewed at Baker Hughes (Houston, TX).
They wanted to know what I knew about the oil industry since I was new to the industry, and they wanted to know how in depth my computer knowledge was. Based on my answers they placed me at level that met my experience. If I had experience with coding I would've have been placed higher. Overall it was an easy informal interview making sure I could easily hold a conversation and be comfortable with my computer literacy.
- Do you have any experience with programming languages? 1 Answer
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Recieved an email telling me to take the Hirevue interview (webcam based) within one week. The questions were standard questions.. describe a technical situatuion, leadership situation, money deadline situation etc and how you approaced them as well as what you learned from them. I was then invited to the Baker Hughes Experience a couple days later . Havent been to the BHE yet.. but the interview is a littte awkward so just enjoy it and give your best answer.
- Describe a instance in which yiu had to use your technical skills to solve a problem 4 Answers
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I first made contact with Baker Hughes by speaking to a recruiter at my university's career fair. They were not accepting resumes and I was told to apply online. I went online and submitted my resume, cover letter, and transcript.
A week later, I was sent an invitation for an online interview in which I recorded answers to a series of questions. The question was shown, 30 seconds of prep time was given, and then 3 minutes to answer each question. The questions asked had to do with how you have dealt with situations in the past, examples of leadership or teamwork, and why you are interested in Baker.
About a week later, I was sent an invitation to the Baker Hughes Experience. It was a great two day experience which you learn a lot of about the company while the hiring managers watch how you work on different assessments and group projects. You let them know what segment you would like to work in and where.
- Give an example when you had to use your technical background to solve a problem? Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 6 weeks – interviewed at Baker Hughes.
I originally applied online and was asked a few weeks later to do a video interview on HireVue. The interview was 9 questions with about 4 of them being essentially the same question with different variations: give an example of when you had to solve a technical problem, difficulties you had, timeline, what would you do differently etc. I was then contacted about a week later to go to Houston, TX for the Baker Hughes Experience. At the end of the two day experience I received an offer on the spot.
- Give an example of when you had a part fail and how did you deal with it? 2 Answers
After a phone and face interview that deal with behavioral questions, the Baker Hughes Experience is for 2 days. It is very relaxed but remember that you are being analyzed at all times. Make sure you show your personality and desire to work there.
- The most difficult part of the interview is the lack of sleep. Be ready to mingle and show your personality but make sure you pace yourself. Answer Question
No need. They take care of you.
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