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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Bartlesville, OK
Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview


I applied online. The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at ConocoPhillips (Bartlesville, OK) in March 2012.


I have applied to the position through their corporate website. 2 days later got a call from HR about telephonic interview.

Telephonic interview is more technical and focus on getting a feel about the candidate. Lasted for 30 minutes. Hiring manager and other technical person talked on the phone.

Got a call from HR next day about in person interview in Bartlesville following week. Used company shuttle to fly and stayed there 1 day.

In person interview is the best interview I ever had. Had a tour of ConocoPhilips campus for 30 minutes. It helped me a lot to calm down and focus.
After the tour they take me into a meeting room. 3 member panel interviewed me. Very friendly and its a two way communication. They asked some technical questions and then some behavioral questions.

After the interview had a lunch with the team.
Felt very confident after the interview.

Got a call from HR next week and he asked my salary expectations.
Got the offer letter few days later.

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Not negotiated much. Offered me the salary according to my expectations.
Very happy.
Once you tell the salary range they will send you an offer letter with their figure. I don't think there is a scope for negotiation after offer is made.
They have very good benefits like 401k , pension plan..

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