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Houston, TX
501 to 1000 employees
Unknown
Company - Public (LNG)
Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
BP, BG Group, ConocoPhillips
Gaseous form or liquid state are both OK with Cheniere Energy, which is engaged in the development of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving-terminal business. It owns and operates Sabine Pass LNG terminal in Louisiana (with an LNG storage capacity of 16.9 billion cu. ft.) and ... Read more

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    Current Employee - Administrator in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Administrator in Houston, TX
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    I have been working at Cheniere Energy full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Generous benefits, compensation and bonuses. Lots of vacation time. Company treats employees very good and fair. Company offers opportunities for learning and growth. Great executive management. Executives are nice and approachable!!!

    Cons

    I have not found any cons yet, besides people gossip too much!!! People seem to have low moral but not sure why.

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Cheniere Energy Interviews

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    Operations Analyst Interview

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    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Cheniere Energy.

    Interview

    Applied Online. HR did a quick phone screen and then scheduled a phone interview with the Hiring Manager.
    The phone interview with the hiring manager was merely a discussion of my resume, interest in the position and trying to see the "fit". I was then contacted and invited for an office interview.
    The office interview was pretty straight forward. Discussed industry in general, previous job, again talked about "fit". The emphasis was on FIT. Had a brief discussion with HR about benefits and future steps. HR did a great job to paint a rosy picture of the company. I was told that I would be informed either way within 2 weeks. I left the interview feeling very confident.

    After the deadline was passed, I reached out first to the HR about the update and my email was ignored. After that, I reached out to the Hiring manager, and my email was ignored again.
    I understand people are busy to provide updates, but if a candidate from your office interview who spent 4 hours in your office is reaching out for updates then it takes 10 seconds to say "no" if that is the case. I thought it was pretty rude and unprofessional to ignore a candidate's follow up e-mail after office interview (even if the answer is No). I think I might have dodged a bullet here.

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