Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at United States Steel
- Management Associate (17)
- Utility Worker (3)
- Intern (3)
- Operations Shift Manager (2)
- Manager (2)
- Maintenance Management (1)
- Purchasing Intern (1)
- Senior Process Leader (1)
- IT Co-op/Intern (1)
- Mechanical Engineering Internship (1)
- Utility Person (1)
- Management Associate (Process Engineer) (1)
- Chemical Engineer (New Graduate) (1)
- Union Steelworker (1)
- Process Controls Co-Op (1)
- Various Positions In Accounting/Administrativ/Training/Ordering/Receiving (1)
- Team Lead (1)
- Accounting Intern (1)
- Laborer (1)
- Legal (1)
- Summer (1)
- Finance (1)
- Hourly Worker (1)
- Electrical Engineer (1)
- Project Engineer (1)
- Engineering (1)
- Network Analyst (1)
- Chemical Engineer (1)
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at United States Steel.
no questions about strengths or weaknesses. Just why did I come to my university, what do I see myself doing in the future, and why do I want to work in US Steel.
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Other Interview Reviews for United States Steel
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at United States Steel (Pittsburgh, PA) in November 2014.
Process took about 4 weeks. I had an phone interview and then followed up with several in person interview with several groups. Several other candidates were there and each were taken into room at different time to be interviewed by two individuals.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 7 weeks – interviewed at United States Steel in March 2012.
I applied for an internship after hearing about the company at a job fair. After I applied online, I received a call asking when would be a good time to set up a preliminary phone interview. After I had the preliminary phone interview, they called a couple of days later to set up a real interview. However, because the position was out-of-state, they were flexible and set up another, more rigorous, phone interview. The questions were not too difficult, just basic interview questions, and everything seemed to go pretty well. However, after the interview, it took them many weeks to get back to me and didn't call. Rather, they sent an email saying I had not been selected.
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