Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Cameron
- Global Rotational Development Program Trainee (12)
- Subsea Graduate Engineering Training Program (SGETP) Engineer (6)
- Cameron GRDP Full-Time (5)
- Intern (5)
- IT Intern (4)
- Product Design Engineer (4)
- Subsea Global Engineering Training Program (4)
- Project Coordinator (3)
- GRDP (3)
- Project Manager (3)
- Engineering (3)
- Field Service Technician (2)
- Financial Analyst (2)
- Engineer II (2)
- Senior Project Manager (2)
- Technical Development Program (2)
- Internship (2)
- Project Engineer (2)
- Global Rotational Development Program (2)
- Mechanical Engineer (2)
- GRDP-IT (2)
- Global Rotation Development Program (2)
- Finance GRDP (1)
- Finance GRDP Internship (1)
- Valve Engineer (Oil and Gas) (1)
- Flowback Operator (1)
- Senior Quality Engineer With OneSubsea (1)
- GRDP - Financial Analyst (1)
- GRDP Summer Intern (1)
- GRDP Finance (1)
Global Rotation Development Program Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Cameron in September 2013.
Applied on campus, got the interview. Interviewed with two ladies, very laid back just behavioral questions overall. Two weeks later, got an email inviting me to second round interviews in Houston.
Other Interview Reviews for Cameron
Global Rotation Development Program InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Cameron in November 2012.
Interview on campus was mostly going over resume and experience. On-site interview included two interviews, a presentation, and a plant tour. On-site interviews each included a couple behavioral questions. Presentation was about myself was done in a room with a few managers and other candidates. Overall the second round was very unintimidating and a nice experience.
- I wasn't asked any unusual behavioral questions. Just prepare for the typical interview questions and how to display who you are. Answer Question
Compensation for the internship was very competitive.
Global Rotational Development Program InterviewDeclined OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Cameron (Houston, TX) in October 2009.
I initially had an on campus informational and then an interview the following day. I was invited to an on-site interview two weeks later where we had dinner the night before with a number of other candidates and Cameron executives and managers. We were put up in a hotel that evening and the following morning we had a plant tour and 3 back-to-back interviews lasting 30 minutes each. The interviews weren't bad as they were strictly behavioral and the interviewers were extremely real and likable people. We then had lunch and returned home.
- Where do you see yourself 5 or 10 years from now and is Cameron part of that future? Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Although I was extremely impressed with the company and the opportunity in the end I had several better offers with similar type of opportunities but better pay. However, I would highly recommend Cameron base on my experience and exposure to the company.
Global Rotational Development Program InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Cameron (Houston, TX) in October 2009.
The process began with an on-campus interview. Five weeks later I was notified I made it to the second round of interviews. They flew me to Houston. There were about 40 other interviewees. Really nice supper, nice hotel. Next morning, gave a 10 minute presentation in front of several staff and other interviewees. Later did three 1 on 1 interviews 30 minutes each. Mostly behavioral questions.
- What sets you apart from the other interviewees? Answer Question