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Socalgas Associate Regional Engineer Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Jun 29, 2014
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Region Associate Engineer Interview

Region Associate Engineer
Downey, CA

I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Socalgas.

Interview Details – The interview consisted of a hiring panel of three managers from different departments. It was a bit of a cattle call with a number of candidates filing through. There were two sets of interviews going on with different hiring panels. I got the sense that they interview many candidates regularly and if a manager is interested they will select that person. It is like an audition. It was as if the hiring managers didn't pre-screen the applications. The questions were not technical. They asked a lot of "what if" questions. They focused on situational questions.

I was disappointed that I didn't get an offer. One of the hiring managers kept making comments about how well I could fit into his work group.

Interview Question – What is the biggest mistake or failure you've had on a task and how did you handle it?   Answer Question

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Associate Regional Engineer Interview

Associate Regional Engineer
Pico Rivera, CA

I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Socalgas in December 2009.

Interview Details – I was first introduced and interviewed by the leading manager of the department. A short run down of the day to day operations followed by the roles and responsibilities of the job. The interview simply consisted of a bunch of question that test on ethics, work ethic, team building, and personality. After that, a tour of their facility and laboratory.

Interview Question – Give an example where you tried your best and still failed. How did you deal with that?   Answer Question

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