I have been working at Repsol full-time
Good life/work balance, great benefits (although they are diminishing), good salary. Great people to work with; collaborative environment.
No career progression for non-Spanish employees. Very political. Decisions and actions based on political opportunities vs. what is good for the business.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Repsol (The Woodlands, TX).
I applied by sending an email to the HR rep who visited my campus, they called and I went into the office for a group interview. I met with different specialist where they explained their jobs and asked me questions about my background and interests. Then about a week later I got a phone call with my acceptance. I submitted forms via email.
Since I was a recent graduate I didnt know how flexible they would be about negotiation so I did not try. I wish I had after hearing about other people's experience.