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Covington, LA
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
LOOP (Louisiana Offshore Oil Port) offloads crude oil from tankers, stores it, and routes it to pipelines and refineries along the Gulf Coast and the Midwest. It is also the storage and terminalling facility for the MARS pipeline system and its supply of offshore Gulf of Mexico ... Read more

LOOP LLC Reviews

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Thomas L. Shaw
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  • "Great company to work for"

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    I have been working at LOOP LLC full-time (More than 5 years)


    It's a very stable company with a good staff


    I can't think of any cons.

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    HTML Design Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Clearwater, FL
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    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at LOOP LLC (Clearwater, FL).


    I am from out of state and applied for the position online. I received an email asking when I would be in town. I let them know that I would have to either fly there or drive about 10 hours to get there, but I would try to be there whenever they needed me. We scheduled the interview and I drove the 10 hours and booked a hotel room.

    When I got there, I noticed that their office is nice and modern. It looked like a lot of cool people worked there. The problems started when I was made to wait for an hour while the person who was going to interview me finished up a meeting. They had me take two skills tests while I waited. One was an HTML and CSS test which included correctly some code. The other one seemed like a test to check for attention to detail. My interview started an hour late and the guy who interviewed was not in a good mood. He hadn't had lunch yet and seemed cranky. I understand what that's like, but it certainly wasn't my fault. I felt like he let it affect the interview.

    The interview started off rocky because he asked for my portfolio and even though I have one, I thought this was a 100% coding position so I wasn't prepared to show it. He got frustrated trying to find the link to my portfolio on Linkedin. The rest of the interview seemed to go fairly well and I still feel that I would be great for the position, but I did not get the job.

    I was over all just really annoyed that they let me drive 10 hours to go down there, then blew me off for an hour while I waited in the lobby, then I felt like the hungry, cranky interviewer didn't give me a fair shot.

    They had my resume so I thought they should already have a really good idea of whether I was good for the position or not. Basically, it was a huge waste of time and money for me.

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    • None really, I just didn't know they would want to see a portfolio because I thought it was a coding only position   Answer Question
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