I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Murphy USA in October 2012.
Interview Details –
The process consisted of 3 rounds of interviews. The first round was essentially a phone screening by HR. The second round consisted of a phone interview with the hiring manager. The third and final round consisted of an entire day of interviews at the the Murphy USA headquarters in El Dorado, Arkansas. The final round of interviews was lengthy, but it was nice to get to know a lot of different members of the team. Everyone was incredibly amicable and made me feel very comfortable throughout the process.
For the final round of interviews, Murphy covered my airfare, car rental, and lodging. I was required to pay for all other expenses up front and then submit every single receipt to be reimbursed. This was one of the drawbacks of the interview process as it took over 2 months to be reimbursed for a few hundred dollars in expenses (fuel, food, etc.).
Interview Question – What concerns do you have in your ability to perform in moving from a medium-sized city to a small Southern town? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – I received an offer, but it simply was not good enough to warrant moving to rural Arkansas as a single male in my mid-twenties. Although it did include relocation and a signing bonus, the offer was about 25-40% below what it would have taken for me to accept. The office attire, while not a deal breaker by any means, was business professional, which I found to be odd for the retail arm of a large oil company.
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