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I worked at World Fuel ServicesPros
Working for a Fortune 100 Company!Cons
I don't have any real cons.Recommends
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at World Fuel Services in September 2014.Interview Details
I applied for the credit analyst position via LinkedIn.com. The talent acquisition department called me within the next week to discuss the position. They sent me a questionnaire to fill out and a link to apply through their website directly. About two weeks after I completed the questionnaire I was called to set up an onsite interview.
The interview started about a half hour late as they were setting up a computer to take short test on financial ratios and statements. The test was not hard, but used some terms that one may not be familiar with if you come from a banking background. They give you 15-20 minutes to take the test. After the test I met with one of the Credit Directors for about an hour. A major part of the interview was answering various hypothetical questions based on different scenarios. They company is truly a global company so many of the questions were about foreign markets and economies in additional to domestic markets and economies.
Overall the process was relatively simple, but be prepared to answer many hypothetical questions and think outside the box.Interview Questions
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- Say one of our brokers in Singapore meets a prospect at a bar while out one night and gets his business card. In the morning he sends you the business card asking if he can offer credit to the prospect. How would you determine whether or not you can approve the credit? Answer Question
You can't fuel all the people all the time, but World Fuel Services tries hard to do just that. World Fuel Services provides fuel and services to commercial and corporate aircraft, petroleum distributors, and ships at more than 6,000 locations around the world, 24 hours a day. Its aviation fueling business focuses on serving small to midsized air carriers, cargo and charter carriers, and private aircraft. World Fuel Services also markets fuel and related services to petroleum distributors operating in the land transportation market. All told, it has almost 50 offices in...