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Schlumberger Business Development Manager Interview Questions

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Business Development Manager Interview

Anonymous Employee in Broussard, LA
Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview

Application

I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Schlumberger (Broussard, LA) in January 2014.

Interview

Long and very dragged out process. The interview was pretty quick, but all the checks and back ground and drug screens, medical screens, fit for duty test took all together about 30 days total. Then two weeks of training classes before you even begin to get to work. Long process but worth it at the end.

Interview Questions

  • Do you have the necessary skills and experience it takes to do the job correctly.   1 Answer

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    Business Development Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Caracas, Capital District (Venezuela)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied in-person. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Schlumberger (Caracas, Capital District (Venezuela)).

    Interview

    SLB looks into hiring people with strong commitment to work and rapid learning skills. If entering directly from university you will be looking at a 3 phase admission process in which you fill a form, once pass that level you are required to assist to a field visit in which severalactivities are performed to identify you learning capacity, team work, stress management and in general your interest into working for them. This is a 2 days process and from a group of 15 probably up to 30% could pass to the last phase. In the last phase you are sent for a field visit, a bit longer, probably up to a week or 2, where you are exposed to field work and expected to learn as much as possible. You are not only bombed with a lot of information but you are expected to be present in as many jobs as possible. Then you will be tested on your learnings plus there will be an additional evaluation done by the coach in regards to your energy, willing to work, team behavior, etc. After this you enter SLB.

    Interview Questions

    • There are no difficult questions here, all the questions are in relation to your behavior in different situations and your expectations from the field work.   Answer Question

    Negotiation

    As a freshout there pretty much no negotiation as you enter into a fix step program for training.


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