Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Enbridge (Longview, TX) in May 2014.
submitted a application online got a call within 2 weeks to schedule an interview. It has been 9 weeks and i have not heard back from them. they said they would inform me within a couple weeks if i did or did not get the job. Overall they treated me nicely i would of just like a email or phone call after the interview.
- Interview took 30 minutes they asked questions from a question bank just for that position. Most of them I did know have experience with. 2 Answers
Helpful (4)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ weeks – interviewed at Enbridge (Superior, WI) in April 2013.
Applied online - 15 minute phone screen followed by an onsite interview invite in a week - HR and an Engineering Manager - scheduled 1 hour interview goes on to about an hour and 20 minutes - extensive background, education and employment check was done - offered job!
- Behavioral style with a mix of how my education, major and background would help this job. A veteran with a masters degree made me a good choice for them. Answer Question
Not much negotiation involved. They offered a fair and reasonable package for my education.
Helpful (3)Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Enbridge.
Very very slow hiring process. I applied in December and when I finally started it was April. I had 2 interviews with weeks in between and waited over a month to hear back after the second one. The interview questions were fairly standard. I did have to show an example of my work. One thing I found odd was that the interviewers were dressed very casually for a professional situation (low cut shirt, beach dress?). I would say dress very professionally yourself for the interview as Enbridge has a strict dress code (formal business wear). Also they are big on their values "safety, integrity, & respect." Don't be sad if you don't get the job, they get a TON of applicants for every position. They are also big on hiring people who have a connection to the company already, so you might be perfect for the position, but if another candidate has a connection to a VP, you can bet that candidate will be receiving the position before you. (I suppose that is the same for many companies though.)
- How do you demonstrate respect in the workplace? Answer Question
Helpful (2)No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Enbridge.
I submitted my application online and within a few days I received an email from one of the HR Generalists asking to set up a time and date for an initial telephone interview. I responded back right away with the times I was available for the very next day and the day afterwards. Then I heard nothing back. I sent an email at the end of the week asking if she had received my response. I called her direct line twice. Then a week later I sent another email. Still I heard not a peep back. I think this is super unprofessional of Enbridge, and it proves that they don't treat candidates with dignity and respect. Just another massive corporation thinking they can treat people any way they want. If this is Enbridge's representation, then I'm glad I don't work for them.
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Enbridge.
Initial 15 minute phone screening, asked about company values, what is my most important accomplishment etc. Called for second round in Edmonton Office for two 30 minute interviews, which was mostly behavioural. They don't seem very impressed with candidates with no previous oil experience like myself. Its been almost a month and no one has informed me of what their decision was.
- How does your degree suitable for this specific position? Answer Question
- No OfferNegative Experience
The process took 3 days – interviewed at Enbridge (Calgary, AB (Canada)).
Strangest interview of my life - 3 employees under a great deal of strain spent most of the time arguing with each other. After interview I pulled out from further consideration
- How would you manage team conflict? Answer Question
- No OfferNeutral Experience
Applied through campus recruitment. One interview with two staff interviewers (managers) and was asked typical behavioral questions and offered lots of information about the company, projects before the interview began.
- One interviewer was 15 minutes late (so my interview was shortened) and she seemed genuinely angry she had to be there. The other was apologetic and offered lots of information about the company. Answer Question
- No OfferAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Enbridge in October 2014.
Applied online. Received an email and phone call to setup a short screening phone interview. She informed me it would be about 15 min. They were doing these for about a week. She asked a fair bit in that time: What do I know about Enbridge, What are Enbridge's three values, What value do I personally identify with, Why the rotational program, What attributes and skills will help me contribute to Enbridge's success/my success, some question about adapting to changing managers/situations. Heard back two days later, through an email that I would not go forward (2nd round are on site in Edmonton).
- Values...who asks that 1 Answer
- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Enbridge (Edmonton, AB (Canada)) in October 2014.
I applied online through their website and received an email about 3 weeks later asking to schedule a phone interview with HR. Some of the questions were: What do you know about enbridge? What skills will you bring to Enbridge? What are the three core values of Enbridge? (MAKE SURE TO GET THIS RIGHT) Which of these 3 resonates most with you? A few more that I can't remember right now.
- What do you know about enbridge? What are the three core values of Enbridge? 1 Answer
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Enbridge (Toronto, ON (Canada)).
I applied online and was called to schedule an interview a month later. I was interviewed by the hiring manager and the HR. The interview consisted of only behavioural questions and lasted for about 30 mins. The first portion of the interview was basic questions while the second portion of the interview consisted of questions pertaining to the position I applied for. Although the atmosphere was very friendly, I haven't heard back after the interview. About a month has passed from the time I was expecting a response. I tried calling but no answer. I thought it was common to notify a candidate after an interview regardless of outcome.
- How do you introduce yourself to stakeholders? Answer Question
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