I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Chevron in October 2012.
Interview Details – I submitted my CV to the e Career website, and then was invited to a campus interview. The hiring managers were all Penn State alumni, friendly and informative. The interview was two part. Part I was about my research topic, Part II is a STAR test. I was required to tell three stories exemplify my ability to communicate, lead and work under pressure. The interviewers take notes when I talked. After about two weeks, I received a 'Thank you' letter saying my skills and experiences are not those they are looking for. End of story.
Interview Question – Nothing particular difficult. Just try to explain your research more clearly. Answer Question
Pros: Good mentoring and advancement opportunities – Full Review
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