Shallow, questions were not very detail oriented. Two interviewers and only one seemed to know how to ask questions.
Answered - Project Control Specialist (Current Employee) - Richland, WA
Good quick and easy
Answered - Millwright Foreman (Former Employee) - Morenci, AZ
Friendly, accepting, excellent!
Answered - Project Manager (Current Employee) - Reston, VA
Board of interviewers usually upper management sit down with the candidate and ask general questions feeling out a persons skills and interpersonal communication abilities.
Answered - RADIATION HEALTH PHYSICIST (Former Employee) - Richland, WA
Direct questions, learn the job description.
Answered - Dispatch Administration - Quality Assurance (Former Employee) - Prudhoe Bay, AK
Very easy going
Answered - Project Engineer IV (Former Employee) - BP Carson Refinery
There was none just give your resume and your in
Answered - Ironworker/Connector/Welder (Former Employee) - Jesup, GA
I had 3 to 4 interviewers asking varies questions about my skills set.
Answered - Administrative Assistant/Escort (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA
To the point - Telecommunications experience is a must.
Answered - Sr. Engineering Manager -Telecom (Current Employee) - San Diego, CA
Group interview with all supervisors present. Used to be if you pushed in your chair at the end they would give you a chance.
Answered - Operator 1 (Former Employee) - Fayetteville, AR