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)
- Subsea Global Engineering Training Program (4)
- Product Design Engineer (3)
- Project Manager (3)
- Engineering (3)
- Project Coordinator (3)
- Internship (2)
- Project Engineer (2)
- Field Service Technician (2)
- Financial Analyst (2)
- Engineer II (2)
- Senior Project Manager (2)
- Mechanical Engineer (2)
- Global Rotational Development Program (2)
- Technical Development Program (2)
- GRDP (2)
- Global Rotation Development Program (2)
- GRDP-IT (2)
- GDRP (1)
- 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)
Project Coordinator Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Cameron (Houston, TX).
Was flown down for an interview in Houston. Great experience, HR hosted a large cocktail party for us and was able to meet many current employees and get the inside scoop. Within a week a had a standing offer with the company.
- If you list language skills on your resume, be prepared to back it up with an on the spot conversation with a native speaker. 1 Answer
Other Interview Reviews for Cameron
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I applied in-person. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Cameron (Houston, TX) in April 2012.
The interview process was streamlined, and constant feedback was given during the interview process. The job was well-defined, including the requirements and constraints. The interviews were conducted by someone who is senior in the same job role, and then the follow-up interview was conducted with their superior.
- What interview questions did I not ask that you thought I might? 1 Answer
Negotiating your salary is a must, as always.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Cameron (Houston, TX) in March 2012.
The interview process was fantastic. The only issue I encountered was the delay between interview and offer; much too long (2 months). My interviewer was the Group Director who knew of my skillset before I arrrive. The setting was relaxing and inviting which allowd both of us to speak freely. There were no "Gotcha" questions; the entire process was relevant to the postion.
- There were no unexpected questions; the attitude of the interviewer was very casual. Answer Question
My offer for a first time Oil and Gas employee was generous and the benefits were acceptable. I let them know what I wanted during the interview (which was offered) so negotiation were not necessary.