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- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at TenarisHydril full-time (More than 5 years)
must be a family member...
you can make $50 hrs.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at TenarisHydril (Houston, TX) in December 2011.
Initially I was informd at my first F2F interview that there would be a total of 5 interviews. The first day I had 2 F2F interviews. The following Monday and Tuesday I had a telephone interview with 2 separate people. That Friday I met with the IT Director for yet another F2F. After two weeks passed, I received an email from the 3rd person with whom I had interviewed over the telephone. He wanted me to come in for an interview the following Tuesday for a F2F with him. Overall, I did not have a great feeling abotu this company after the 3rd interview in but thought I would see it through. They are not based out of the US and I got the feeling it would not take much to tick someone off from another country. This was really stressed and so it stressed me as well.
Reasons for Declining
I declined to interview any further because I felt that after 5 interviews if they did not know by now they may never know. This compnay is 60 miles round trip from my home and I was not willing to make the trip again for soemthing that was not guaranteed. Also, it was contract to hire for 6 months. If they could not hire me on then I would have to wait yet another 6 months and so on....
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TenarisHydril makes tubular products including tubing, casings, and drill pipe connections. The steel tubes are used to drill and produce oil and gas in deepwater, deep-formation, and horizontal well-drilling environments. Global tubular products giant Tenaris acquired what was then called just plain Hydril in 2007. It was interested primarily in the company's tubular products and, so, agreed to sell the pressure-control products unit to GE in early 2008 for about $1.1 billion. That business had included the production of blowout preventers, diverters, subsea control ...