Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Halliburton
- Field Engineer (106)
- Associate Technical Professional (22)
- Supply Chain Management Program (18)
- Intern (11)
- Engineer (11)
- Field Engineer - Wireline (11)
- Engineering (9)
- Associate Tech Professional (Field Engineer) (7)
- Mechanical Engineer (6)
- MWD Engineer (6)
- Electronics Technician (6)
- Technical Professional (5)
- Operator Assistant I (4)
- Entry Level Field Engineer (3)
- Associate Field Professional (3)
- Mechanical Engineer Co-op (3)
- Field Engineer Intern (3)
- Procurement Specialist (3)
- Corporate Development Analyst (3)
- Software Engineering Co-op (3)
- Operator Assistant (3)
- Administrative Associate (2)
- General Field Engineer (2)
- Supply Chain Analyst (2)
- Supply Chain Intern (2)
- Finance (2)
- Software Developer (2)
- Electronic Technician (2)
- Embedded Systems Engineer (2)
- SCMP (2)
Associate Technical Professional Interview
not bad was hard but managed. very nice outgoing people and are very professional but they are very serious. don't have a huge sense of humor. I was pleased by how they treated me and all went very smooth even though I didn't get an offer here.
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Associate Technical Professional InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 5 weeks – interviewed at Halliburton (Lafayette, LA) in November 2014.
I applied through the University Career Services. A week or so after they called me for an on-campus interview. That one was pretty general. Just talk about yourself, why you want to be a Field Engineer, are you able to cope with long work hours etc... The person who interviewed me said that he would recommend me based on my answers and that I did pretty good on the interview. About a week after, I received an email instructing me to choose my top 3 locations and top 3 service lines. I chose Gulf of mexico, for I wanted to go off-shore. After that, HR got in touch with me to schedule a trip to Lafayette-LA for the second round interview. Here is where it gets tricky... There is no interview. This is a 2 day deal. First night we met at a nice restaurant with a 7-10 reps from Halliburton from their different service lines, and the other candidates. Many of the guys at my interview were new to Halliburton, 1-2 years with the company, and some had either recently break out or were close to do so. So during Dinner, just try to socialize. if you are 100% certain what service line you want, look for that rep and talk to him.. Socialize.. socialize.. that's what this is all about. If you want to play safe ask them about how many openings are in each PSL to improve your chances. I think I did the mistake of talking with the wrong people all night long.
Second day. Just meet over at their location and then sit for hours looking at the reps do presentations about the PSL they work for. Some presentations were good, others looked like they just put a whole bunch of slides together to do the presentation and get over with that. But anyways, its not you judging them. After all day off going thru presentations, you get to fill out a paper, once again, with your top 3 selection of PSLs. After that, the hiring manager from your top choice calls you into a F2F "interview" ... My interview went as follows:
"Any concerns about working for Halliburton? No, this is the job I want, I have researched about this position a lot, and I am really excited at this opportunity "
"Any problem with relocation? No, I'm 100% available for relocation or travel"
"When are you available to begin? I have my last final on Dec 15th 2014, I am available Dec 16th 2014. I'm not even attending the commencement (yes.. that's how eager I was to work with them)"
"Do you have any questions for us?" Here I asked about training schools and about some specifics about the PSL I chose
"You will hear from us within the next 2 weeks, bye."
So in short... the only advise I have for everyone doing this is, just socialize. To this date I don't know what I did wrong, my grades were good, my resume was good, have a 2 year long internship (although they didn't look at any of my transcripts nor resume during the second round). Also, you never get a chance to talk to your 2nd or 3rd choice of PSL, I don't know why they ask you about them.
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at Halliburton (Singapore (Singapore)) in June 2014.
A panel interview with a hr manager and a technical manager. At first a technical test was conducted to gauge basic understanding about engineering drawings. The interview started by a presentation about recent design project and followed by regular interview questions.
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Associate Technical Professional InterviewNo OfferNo Offer
I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Halliburton (Tel Aviv-Yafo (Israel)).
At first there were an English interview. After that a regular behavior interview and now i'm waiting for the last interview.
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