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Enbridge Energy Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated May 10, 2014
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Contracts Coordinator Interview

Contracts Coordinator
Duluth, MN

I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Enbridge Energy in April 2014.

Interview Details – After a lengthy interview regarding qualifications, Enbridge was not interested due to secondary responsibilities and too much public sector experience. Questions were standard, yet in-depth regarding skills with examples required. A team of 3 interviewers traded questions, asking for an entire employment history walk-though. I recommend not letting them know about any other jobs you have and emphasizing that you have experience in the areas that they want if you expect to be hired.

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IT Intern Interview

IT Intern

Interviewed at Enbridge Energy

Interview Details – Interview was fairly easy. I got a phone call from them after 3 weeks of applying. Set up a phone interview and after that was offered the position. I was interviewed by the senior manager of IT and one of his senior business consultants.

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Difficult Interview

Communications Interview

Communications

I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Enbridge Energy in April 2012.

Interview Details – Ridiculous phone interview. I was given no warning the interview was to take place - HR/recruiter person called me up out of the blue several weeks after submitting an application. By that time I had applied for around 100 other jobs at various companies and had already crossed Enbridge off my list because I had not heard back from them, so I did not remember clearly what the position was. (Also, at the time I applied I had applied for another position at Enbridge, which resulted in me getting the two mixed up. When I asked the recruiter to clarify which position the "interview" was for, she became very cagey and did not answer me.)
The recruiter immediately launched into hardcore interview questions - questions which would have required some serious prepping time prior to interview. I should have declined the interview for another time, but I figured it was a very general "pre-screening" process, not a REAL interview like you'd have in person at the company's offices. The recruiter also attacked me over my CV and declared she didn't understand the title of a particular job I have had, a title which anyone with common sense - and in particular someone who's a recruiter - should have understood. Of course I did not hear back from the company after my joke "interview." Nevertheless, I wouldn't want to work for these people anyway - not with the behavior the recruiter demonstrated on the phone! EXTREMELY unprofessional. A joke.

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New Grad Rotation (Engineering) Interview

New Grad Rotation (Engineering)
Toronto, ON (Canada)

The process took a day - interviewed at Enbridge Energy in January 2012.

Interview Details – The first round of interviews were at my university's career centre. I was interviewed by 2 people. Neither of them were from Human Resources, but those currently working as project engineers/managers. They were very friendly and asked the usual behavioural questions. They did ask some "technical" questions at the end such as how would you check for a leak in a pipeline or as a project engineer, what would you look for if you were to go on-site. I didn't get to the second round, but those were at their head office in North York.

Interview Question – How would you check for a leak in a pipeline?   Answer Question

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