Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Halliburton
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- Associate Technical Professional (22)
- Supply Chain Management Program (18)
- Field Engineer - Wireline (11)
- Intern (11)
- Engineer (11)
- Engineering (9)
- Associate Tech Professional (Field Engineer) (7)
- Mechanical Engineer (6)
- MWD Engineer (6)
- Electronics Technician (6)
- Technical Professional (5)
- Operator Assistant I (5)
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- Mechanical Engineer Co-op (3)
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- Software Engineering Co-op (3)
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- Finance (2)
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Field Service Representative Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Halliburton (Corpus Christi, TX).
Interview process was straight forward and easy. I got a call from a recruiter - basic pre-screening. Then the recruiter for the specific position contacted me and asked me to drive down to Corpus Christi for an interview in 3 days.
The interview was very basic, with a group of employees and an HR rep. Questions were easy, related to past work experience and situational reactions.
This was followed by a long, very specific description of what the position entails (work environment on the rig, long hours, etc.), the risks and compensation.
Reasons for Declining
All of the compensation discussed in the interview was not part of the actual offer letter. The offer letter only stated a measly monthly stipend as compensation.
Also, the company did not offer any type of relocation/signing. I was told I could travel from 4 hours away to the rig everytime i needed to go to work, no gas compensation. I was told that this could also be on short notice too.
Dint seem like enough compensation to sign my life away.