Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at ConocoPhillips
- Intern (19)
- Analyst (8)
- IT Analyst (6)
- Engineering (6)
- Engineering Intern (4)
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- Drilling Engineer (4)
- Engineer (4)
- Engineer Intern (3)
- Accounting/Finance Intern (3)
- Process Operator (3)
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- Grad Engineer (2)
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- Petrotech Apprentice (2)
- Summit Engineer (2)
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- Mechanical Lead (1)
- Fulltime Reservoir Engineer (1)
- Investment Lease Analyst (1)
- Upstream Revenue Analyst (1)
- PTRRC Associate (1)
- Sourcing & Contracting Coordinator/Senior Coordinator (1)
- ONRR Analyst (1)
- GGGRE Data Analyst (Entry Level) (1)
Process Operator Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at ConocoPhillips (Collinsville, IL) in August 2015.
First phase of testing was a multiple choice exam. First two sections are very easy since you pull information from charts, graphs, and mechanical reasoning. Behavioral section is personal info about you.
- Mechanical reasoning and a behavior test Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for ConocoPhillips
Process Operator InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at ConocoPhillips (Westlake, LA) in March 2011.
went very good....interviewing comittee listened and took notes....asked questions not just about the job but about my life in general
- what motivates me to keep going 1 Answer
Process Operator InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at ConocoPhillips (Borger, TX) in August 2009.
There are numerous steps to the interview and hiring process starting with the initial application, aptitude and problem solving testing, a phone interview to determine your experience level, a mental assesment to determine your ability to work with others and finally an in person interview before a board of other employees before an offer of employment may be issued.
- Why would you take a pay cut to start at the bottom to work for us? Answer Question
There wasn't a negotiation, an offer was extended for an hourly rate with set increases based on length of employment and advancement.