Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Baker Hughes
- Field Engineer (218)
- Graduate Field Engineer (93)
- Field Engineer I (32)
- Intern (22)
- Junior Field Engineer (10)
- Field Specialist (10)
- Supply Chain (9)
- Engineering (7)
- Graduate Field Specialist (6)
- Engineering Intern (5)
- Engineer (5)
- Supply Chain Intern (5)
- Account Manager (5)
- Buyer (5)
- Reservoir Engineer (4)
- Mechanical Engineer (4)
- RDD Intern (4)
- Technical Support Engineer (3)
- MWD Field Engineer (3)
- Engineering Internship (3)
- Project Manager (3)
- Software Tester (3)
- Field Engineer Intern (3)
- Senior Financial Analyst (3)
- RDD Engineer (3)
- Business Development Manager (2)
- RDD Engineer II (2)
- Wireline Field Engineer (2)
- Technicus buitendienst (2)
- Geoscientist (2)
Supply Chain Rotational Program Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Baker Hughes (Houston, TX) in November 2011.
Got selected by the university career fair for a on-campus 1:1 interview. After which, I was called to Houston, TX for the "Baker Hughes Experience" which consisted of dinner, case studies and presentation. Out of 30 people invited only a couple got selected.
- Describe your strengths and weaknesses Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Baker Hughes
Supply Chain Rotational Program InterviewDeclined OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Baker Hughes (Houston, TX) in December 2010.
The first step was an on campus interview with the VP of Supply Chain. The interview was your basic situational interview ("tell me about a time..."). It was very brief, only about 30 min and there was only time for me to ask one quick question at the end. Durring the interview, the interviewer took no notes and did not provide much feedback so I didnt have a good feeling about it when I left. However, within a couple of days I was invited to second round interviews in Houston. The second round interview consisted of dinner on the first night with current employees in the rotational program, as well as HR associates. The next day began with a brief presentation about the program and then the applicants were sepperated into groups of 2 or 3. We were then given a case and allowed one hour to analyze it and create a recommendation which we had to present. The whole time there were HR associates taking notes while we analyzed the case.
- N/A - Case study Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
I am an MBA graduate and the offer was low. They interviewed both undergrads and MBA students. If the offer was similar for undergrads, it would have been an excellent offer for them.
Supply Chain Rotation Program InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Baker Hughes in October 2010.
On campus interview was touted by the hiring manager as a preliminary screening interview. Questions were mostly behavioral. e.g Give me an example of when you worked as a part of a team? How did you resolve conflicts in the team? Why Baker Hughes? What do you know about Baker Hughes They mailed me in a week saying that I passed the first round successfully and asked me to apply to a particular position in order to initiate further steps. 4 weeks and 3 e-mails (from me to the interviewers) later, I got no reply. Extremely unprofessional hiring process.
- Why Bakher Hughes? What do you know about the company? Answer Question