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    Operator Technician Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in La Porte, TX
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview


    The process took 2+ weeksinterviewed at Air Products (La Porte, TX) in October 2014.


    Was fairly quick, applied on a Friday, got a personal email from the HR person to set interview date the following Thursday. By personal I mean they didn't send me an automated email that makes you feel like there's 100,00,000 people to compete with. Had about a week (bouttta week ago, week ago lol) in between the email and interview. Interview was a panel type, two rooms with 3 staff members in each, pretty simple they just wanted to get know me and dissected my resume, don't put a bunch of bs on there that you can't talk about because they will ask. I felt really good about the interview, they called me back a week and a half later and offered me the job.

    Interview Questions

    • Basically every thing on my resume they asked me to explain what it does or is..ex: what's a cooling towers purpose? What's lock out tag out for? What's a re boiler? First question was what do you know about air products? Do some research and come prepared   Answer Question


    I didn't really haggle with it I accepted the first offer of 16.00 per hour as an intern operator, under the assumption I would be offered full time when I graduate which is around 30.00 per hour

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