Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at SABIC
- Product Developer (3)
- Project Engineer (3)
- Engineering (3)
- Process Engineer (3)
- Summer Intern (2)
- Sales (2)
- Business Development Manager (2)
- Supply Chain Manager (1)
- ODP (1)
- Applications Development Engineer (1)
- Supply Chain Black Belt (1)
- Sales Development Leader (1)
- Supply Chain Development Program (1)
- Materials Characterization Scientist (1)
- Compliance Investigator (1)
- Platform Chemist (1)
- CLP Trainee (1)
- Early Identification Program (1)
- Scientist In Reaction Engineering (1)
- Supply & Inventory Planner (1)
- Economic and Business Support Professional (1)
- Process Engineer At SABIC R&D (1)
- Frish Graduate Programmer (1)
- Cuber Security (1)
- Engineering Generalist (1)
- EID (Early-Identification) Program (1)
- Commercial Leadership Program Trainee (1)
- Early Identification Program Co-op (1)
- Site Energy Lead (1)
- Wetenschapper (1)
Product Developer Interview
The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at SABIC in December 2011.
I got the chance to interview through college/campus recruiting event and was selected for an onsite. For unknown reason, one of the interviewer did not show up in the panel interview, most of the interviewers are nice and friendly except one senior person intentionally behave like a "tough" guy asking "tough" questions.
Other Interview Reviews for SABIC
Product Developer InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at SABIC in September 2011.
This was through an on-campus interview process. I had to submit a resume and was among the selected candidates to be interviewed for the position.
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Product Developer InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 8+ months – interviewed at SABIC in August 2010.
There were two rounds of phone interview followed by an on site interview. On the first day there was a tour of the site and the area. The second day consisted of research presentation followed by a number of 1:1 interview.
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