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I have been working at National Grid USA full-timePros
Got the job.. I sent my resume online and got an email for the computer test about a week later and the following week was the test... Test went smooth it was about 45 min long..Cons
If you dont pass the test you dont get the interview... Starting days is really far..Recommends
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4+ months – interviewed at National Grid USA.Interview Details
The hiring process took a lot longer than expected because I didn't hear back from the company for three months after I submitted my application. One I did however, the interview process was quick and the offer came less than a week later.
The interview itself was with two people on the Project Management team and was relaxed but in depth. Questions tended to be about my previous experience both in the workplace and school and they focused a lot on my problem solving techniques. The interview took about 45 minutes but it was more of a conversation than a question and answer session.
It was hard to find information about the position online but the relaxed nature of the interview meant that I was able to ask a lot of questions and learn more about both the company and the team.Interview Questions
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- Please explain a time that you had to communicate with people in a matrix organizational structure in order to get a project completed. Answer Question
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Earthquakes in New England? No, it's deregulation and acquisitions that have altered the energy landscape. National Grid USA's five utility subsidiaries deliver electricity to 3.3 million customers in a 29,000-sq.-mi. service area in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont. It transmits electricity across almost 9,000 miles of high-voltage lines in New England and New York. The company is also the region's largest distributor of natural gas with more than 3.4 million customers. National Grid USA is a subsidiary of UK-based electricity and gas...