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Great work environment, flexible schedule, awesome insurance
Poor Communication, low end of the salary range
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through other source. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Plains All American Pipeline (Houston, TX) in July 2014.
Had a contact that knew the hiring manager, and was able to get my resume to him. I was directed to apply online, had a phone screening with the HR Recruiter, then the Hiring Manager, then was offered an onsite interview. Came on site interviewed with hiring manager, and 2 other supervisors in the department. They were friendly interviewers asked a little about me, then they described the job, asked relevant questions about my experience, and how I could use those skills for the position. A week passed, and I was intially not offered a position, A couple of weeks later to was asked to attend a 2nd interview with hiring manager and his boss. Again a review of my experience and talking about how I could bring value to the organization. Got a call back from the hiring manager with a job offer.
- No questions asked were meant to stump me, they just wanted good examples of projects I completed in previous jobs. Answer Question
I didn't negotiate the offer was very generous, and there was no need.
The term "All American" includes Canada for Plains All American Pipeline, which has pipeline operations in the US and north of the border. The limited partnership is engaged in the transportation, storage, terminalling and marketing of crude oil, refined products, and LPG, and owns extensive gathering, terminal, and storage facilities in California, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, and in Alberta and Saskatchewan. In 2010 Plains All American Pipeline owned 16,000 miles of gathering and mainline crude oil pipelines throughout the US and Canada, operated a fleet of 56 trucks...