Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at ArcelorMittal USA
- Mechanical Engineer (5)
- Intern (4)
- Financial Analyst (3)
- Electrical Engineer (2)
- Supply Chain Analyst (2)
- Business Analyst (2)
- Process Automation Engineer (2)
- Associate Supply Chain Analyst (2)
- Associate Mechanical Engineer (2)
- Auditing (1)
- Software Engineer (1)
- Associate Analyst (1)
- Mechanical Engineering (1)
- Mechanical Engineering Intern (1)
- Metallurgical Engineer (1)
- Process Engineer (1)
- Product Manager (1)
- Human Resources Entry Level (1)
- Associate Process Automation Engineer (1)
- Associate Engineer-Electrical (1)
- Associate Metallurgical Engineer (1)
- Project Representative (1)
- Associate Business Analyst Purchasing (1)
- Planning and Supply Chain Analyst Intern (1)
- Supply Chain Associate Analyst (1)
- Summer Financial Analyst Intern (1)
- Project Automation Engineer Associate (1)
- Financial Analyst Associate (1)
- Associate Electrical Engineer-intern (1)
- Associate Engineer- Intern (1)
Electrical Engineer Interview
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at ArcelorMittal USA.
I talked to them at my university's career fair and they scheduled me for an interview during the fair. The recruiter I talked to was very sincere, answered all my questions to his best extent and really wanted to help students grow. The interview was on campus the next day and was about 4-6 behavioral based questions all STAR format. No technical or creative questions, pure behavioral questions. Some questions were: what was the hardest programming project you have completed, what are your strengths and weaknesses, describe a time where you and group members weren't getting along, describe your leadership experience, and a few more.
- So you volunteered for a non profit organization, what didn't you like about the organization? Answer Question
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Electrical Engineering InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at ArcelorMittal USA.
I originally submitted a letter of interest and résumé on my university's online career service center. About a week and a half later, I was invited via e-mail to select an interview slot for the interview day. I was also invited to their info session the night before interviews. Attend this if possible! If you can mention a certain point or two in your interview, it shows you cared enough to attend and think critically about their presentation and business. My interviewer was impressed with this and the fact that I got my end-of-interview questions from points mentioned there. The interview was simple and behavioral and lasted about half an hour. It was conversational and informal, a true learning experience for both sides. Then I was called about a week later and offered my job. HR is very pleasant to work with to get your summer set up for you.
- I was asked 3-4 main questions with smaller individualized follow up questions. First he went over my résumé and we talked about the main academic project I completed from school (only one really as I am a sophomore) and my experience at past jobs. Second he asked about why I was interested in working at ArcelorMittal. I talked about being part of an industry that drives a lot of critical industries in society and is a real leader and solutions provider. The last question I remember was "What is your ideal work environment?" I said one that is diverse, collaborative, and SAFE! You will very likely get this question, do yourself a favor and mention safety. ArcelorMIttal employees pride themselves on their Journey to Zero (work injuries) and improving safety standards. Make it your goal to mention safety at least once in the interview no matter what. Hope I helped, guys. Practice and do well! Answer Question
Intern pay scales here are pretty structured from what I understand. I know some people asked for slightly different start and end dates and those were approved as far as I know.
Electrical Engineer InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at ArcelorMittal USA (San Jose, CA) in February 2012.
The interview consisted of many behavioral questions to gauge how you would react given certain situations
- Have you ever not gotten along with a group member while working on a project, and how did you deal with the situation Answer Question