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Updated Jul 25, 2014

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R&D Chemist Interview

R&D Chemist
Columbia, MD

I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at W. R. Grace in June 2014.

Interview Details – Applied in April, received an interview schedule beginning of June. Interviewed with 6 people for three hours, had a mixed feeling, but mostly positive, because of need to tune-in with a different person every half a hour. I felt pretty relaxed, because I was well-prepared answering interview questions about my career. In the end of three hour interview tour I was offered to share lunch with a hiring manager and several colleges. Even I tried to behave relaxed, by this time I was really exhausted, and I am not sure i made the right decision to go for lunch. I tried to show myself from the best side, and felt this way during an interview, however I was not offered a position unfortunately.

Interview Question – What do you do on your spare time?   Answer Question

No Offer

Neutral Experience

Average Interview

Process Engineer Interview

Process Engineer
Lake Charles, LA

I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at W. R. Grace.

Interview Details – applied through the website. received a phone call from the HR person dealing with this position. informed the HR individual that i needed a view of the job description. i never received the job description prior to the interview. apparently an email address is hard to figure out.
was moved on to the phone screen with the interview team or plant staff. they were loud, and the typical "old school" engineering mentality that i abhor. you guys arent tough, so quit acting like it. i knew the interview was going no where when they opened with the typical "tell me about yourself." usually when interviews open with that, they really dont have any worthwhile questions to ask you.
needless to say i was not asked for a site visit, and if i was most likely i would not have accepted. also, i did find the job description on my own sometime later and to say i was over qualified is an understatement. i really dont know why they contacted me at all.

Interview Question – "tell me about yourself."   Answer Question

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No Offer

Positive Experience

Very Easy Interview

Finance Leadership Program Interview

Finance Leadership Program
Maryland City, MD

I applied through college or university - interviewed at W. R. Grace in October 2012.

Interview Details – It is campus recruiting for MBA student. The employer is very friendly. We began with walking through my resume first, he seemed very interested in my background, followed several questions related my past experience and deals we made. He questioned me about why I shift my career to corporate finance and why W R GRACE. The first round of interview is not so tough I think. At last, he gave me the question time.

Interview Question – I didn't expect he will ask me so many questions and details about my past experience. I should have prepared the deals I had done before.I almost forget about it even though it is on my resume.   Answer Question

No Offer

Neutral Experience

Financial Leadeship Interview

Financial Leadeship

Interviewed at W. R. Grace

Interview Details – They came to recruit from our school and was a very transparent process. The interviewer was extremely pleasant which contributed to a very useful discussion. She went through the resume and then asked for details on on some of the points.
I believe it was a very useful interview in terms of understanding what the company culture would be.

Interview Question – Under what conditions do you think you will be the most successful and how you can create that atmosphere at W.R.Grace?   View Answer

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