Hydro One Asset Management (Student Intern) Interview Questions

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Asset Management (Student Intern) Interview

Anonymous Employee in Toronto, ON (Canada)
Anonymous Employee in Toronto, ON (Canada)
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I applied online. The process took a dayinterviewed at Hydro One in March 2010.

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It was a phone interview about 45 min in length. there were two people interviewing me together and i guess they put the phone on speaker so the quality was kinda bad. And both interviewer were not native speaker of English (neither am i) so sometimes we were having trouble understanding each other. Maybe cause I was applying for a student internship position, most of the interview questions were basic behavioural and technical questions, and questions about the company.

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  • behaciour: tell us something about youself / why your are applying for this position and what attributes will you bring / what was the biggest lifetime chanllenge youve ever had/ project coordination experience (and challenges in that) / personal weakness   Answer Question
  • technical: general understanding about transmission lines / what causes energy lose? / what causes the imductance or capacitance in a AC transimission line/ have you been to any power stantion/ grid, what will be in it? / green energy and how does it affect transmission system   Answer Question
  • about the company: what does the company do? / what do you know about the group/team youre gonna be working with? / what do you think is the future challenge for this company?   Answer Question
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