Questions and Answers about FMC Corporation

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at FMC Corporation.

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What is the interview process like?

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Grueling. Have to go through several interviews before you know anything. Their recruiters do not know what they are doing.

Answered - Various Roles of increasing responsibility (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Initial Interview may be conducted over the phone depending on location. and followup interview will be conducted over the phone.

Answered - Field Service Tech/ Surface Frac Specialist/ HSE (Former Employee) - Homer City, PA

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Basic personality-get to know you face to face, then "walk around" with shop supervisor

Answered - CNC MACHINIST (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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2 to 3 panel crew asking explaining the job details and conversing back and forth discussing my work experience and work that I've done in the past

Answered - 1st Lead Mechanic/ Gate Technician (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA

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Basic phone screening followed up with in-person interview. fairly standard

Answered - Maintenance Engineer II (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Long Verry Long

Answered - Service Technician (Former Employee) - Homer City, PA

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Short and to the point on what they needed.

Answered - Drafter (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Laid back and easy

Answered - Service Technician (Former Employee) - Grand Junction, CO

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When I hired on, the mine maintenance superintendent took me out to the welding shop, grabbed 2 small pieces of 1/4" plate, picked up a used welding rod from the floor, and told me to do a vertical weld. When I was done with that rod, he looked at the weld and told me I was hired! Today an associates degree is necessary to even be considered, and I was informed that with my 28 years of experience with their company, my background would not make me a good candidate

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The hiring process takes for ever, at least 1 month until you get hired.

Answered - Lead Technician IV (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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