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Contracts Advisor Interview

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Application Details

I applied online. The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at Fluor in December 2008.

Interview Details

i) Applied over the internet,
ii) Got an acknowledgement after one week.
iii) Somebody called me from Saudi and enquired about my current employment status and salary. He told me that they will call back again.
iv. He called me again and told me they have fixed a telephone interview after two days.
v) On the interview date the interview started and asked me regarding the following:

a) First they told me about their company and the job responsibility of the position.
b) Then they asked me about my experience starting last two jobs my current job and my current position.
c) They asked me the difference in work culture between Middle East and North America (I have Middle East experience)
d) Different type of insurance and certain insurance related to offshore work.
e) Do I write the technical scope?
f) How do we address the risk at the front end?
g) How do we compare rates on a single source contract?
h) Different type of contracts and its suitability in different region.
i) Any achievement and contribution towards company's growth.
j) My personal attributes and how my colleagues describe me.
k) How long shall I take to join?
l) My salary expectation.

Interview Questions
  • Different type of insurance and certain insurance related to offshore work. I did not work on off shore contracts and therefore I dont know how to transfer the risk. I replied but it was not convincing to them   Answer Question
  • To whom to pay incentive? the operators or the rig supplier.   View Answer
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