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I worked at Oceaneering International (More than 3 years)
A strong culture lead by long-time employees in management.
A lot of long-time management are retire and culture is changing.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Oceaneering International in August 2015.
One on one interview presenting product or system you designed. Bring in printed documentation describing the system and prepare to discuss it. Documentation that I provided was barely glanced at, interview did not follow format that was presented in interview. However I pivoted well and aced all the questions. Interviewer then asked about salary requirements. When I told him my *current* salary he whistled and said, "No way do we bring in software engineers that high!" All in all it was a waste of time. Clearly they were looking for a junior developer but pitched the job as senior position. A cursory scan of my resume would have shown that I was a candidate for a senior position with 20 years of experience. Going on a month later I have not heard back from them.
- Asked to provide the following: - Printed documentation of a product or system that you had a significant role in delivering. This can be any project, even personal, homebrew, school project, or open source applications - Be prepared to discuss your involvement in the project (lead, senior, test engineer, etc) - Be prepared to discuss your role with other engineering disciplines and/or departments - Include design documentation if available - This information should be provided in printed format and presented orally - All printed information will be returned to you - Allocated time: Approximately 20 minutes - All documentation should be unclassified and not contain any proprietary data 1 Answer
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