Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Albemarle
- Process Engineer (5)
- Engineering (3)
- Intern (3)
- Electrical Engineer (3)
- Mechanical Engineer (3)
- Chemical Engineer (2)
- R&D Chemist (2)
- Mechanical/Project Engineer (2)
- Co-Op (2)
- Chemical Engineering (2)
- Maintenance Engineering Intern (1)
- Senior Analytical Specialist (1)
- Summer Intern/ChE Student (1)
- Communications Specialist (1)
- Research Chemist (1)
- Senior Business Analyst (1)
- R&D Advisor (1)
- Senior Process Engineer (1)
- Senior Scientist (1)
- Senior Lab Technician (1)
- Office (1)
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Albemarle in October 2014.
Talked to Albemarle at the University's Expo and was notified of an on campus interview within two or three weeks through the University Engineering Career Assistance Center. I wouldn't say the interview was behavioral: my interviewer started with, "why did you want to be a chemical engineer?" and continued to probe at what I answered. Eventually we started talking about energy and carbon-carbon bonds and he again asked a bunch of questions to see how much I knew.
- Nothing in particular you can prepare for - if you get the interviewer I had, he treats it as a "conversation" and asks and probes to see your knowledge in what you are discussing. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Albemarle
Engineering InterviewAccepted OfferEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Albemarle (Baton Rouge, LA) in October 2011.
The interview was extremely laid back and mostly was just chatting. There were no difficult questions specifically about difficult situations. They mostly just wanted to know your interests and where you saw your career going
- None really Answer Question
No negotiations, but pay wasn't bad compared to similar companies
Engineering InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took 1 day – interviewed at Albemarle (Orlando, FL) in October 2011.
The interview consisted of three part which included a section of technical question, and situatinal question and q&a about the company. Overall the interview try to establish my background as an engineer. However, the interview is hard because they dont care about how much knowledge you have but if you can answer their specific question. For example they want you to remember a concept whether or not you understand it. Overall, its a good experience if you can remember what they ask, you should be in good shape.
- Main principal of heat exchangers. (only one, the most important) 1 Answer