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Getting an Interview
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Subsea Graduate Engineering Training Program (SGETP) Engineer Interview
interviewed at Cameron (Houston, TX) in September 2013.
Campus Interview followed by 2nd round interview on site.
Both interviewers were very kind and not intimidating. They made it a relaxed setting where it was easy to ask questions.
They simply went over your resume and asked questions on prior experience or jobs you had on your resume.
2nd round was more technical where you actually took a test based on Mechanics of Solids information but just skimming over the basics of it.
- Most difficult part was in the second round interview when they watched you assemble a model of a piece of equipment they produce. They watch you and grade you on your basic skill understand the part and how it was put together Answer Question
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Subsea Graduate Engineering Training Program (SGETP) Engineer InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Cameron (Houston, TX).
first day was very relaxing, but beware of the next day. Do research on their products. You will be tested on basic solid problems.
- Why do you want to work for Cameron? Answer Question
Subsea Graduate Engineering Training Program (SGETP) Engineer InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university – interviewed at Cameron in February 2013.
I faced the first interview where they asked some behavioral question and talked about the technical skills I have. Basically the ran thru my resume and asked how much exposure do I have in different modeling and fluid and solid simulation software, what was my GPA how was the score in mechanics, if I have any C or D etc.
- The interviewer was a young guy though not very welcoming. At the end of the interview he asked where I want to see myself in next five years. Answer Question
I just got the offer for the second interview in Houston.
Subsea Graduate Engineering Training Program (SGETP) Engineer InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Cameron (Houston, TX) in October 2012.
Interview on campus was fairly basic and technical and about my resume. Invited for on-site interview in Houston. Very nice hotel and dinner on Thursday night. The next day is the intense day. Started with 3 back to back interviews, then had to do a presentation which they inform you about before you go to Houston. Then you take a skills test which is pretty straight forward, your basic solids/mechanics/statics questions. After lunch, you do a group exercise to learn more about the equipment and they judge how well you interact with others and how many questions you ask. Very tiring process but was very impressive and informative. Overall, this is a great company with great people. The environment is awesome to be around.
- Know how to draw and label a stress-strain curve. Answer Question
Subsea Graduate Engineering Training Program (SGETP) Engineer InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Cameron (Coimbatore (India)) in August 2014.
1.Written Test/GATE Score
About 300-350 people came for the interview.100 of them are GATE scorers.GATE Scorers went straight to the GD.The remaining(including me) attended the written test.Only basics were asked.Nearly 60-65% people who wrote written test, got selected for the next process.
Attended in a batch of 10.5/10 got selected here for the next.
They will ask questions from what you say.Mostly it will be from your internships and projects undergone.I got rejected here.
- Why the petrol tanks are elliptical in shape? Why cant it be round? 1 Answer
Subsea Graduate Engineering Training Program (SGETP) Engineer InterviewAccepted Offer
Cameron is all about their people. The interview process was an attempt to gain insight into the individual and to determine the type of person they are, the type of environment they thrive in, their behavioral response when met with resistance, and why they felt drawn to the job being interviewed for.
- Nothing very difficult. I sold my passion and my attitude very well and it seemed to satisfy my interviewer. Answer Question
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