I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at ConocoPhillips in March 2012.
Interview Details –
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.
Interview Question – Tell me about a situation you did learn new things and how you applied them. Answer Question
Negotiation Details –
Not negotiated much. Offered me the salary according to my expectations.
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..
Pros: ConocoPhillips sponsored an incredible amount of collaboration within its supply chain function. Developing systems to look at total cost of ownership in its procurement, the company understood the importance of long-range planning. – Full Review
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