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BNSF Railway
Project Manager - Environmental Permiting was asked...7 July 2015

Questions related to project management, planning, scheduling, costing, tracking, regulatory, project financial, staff and vendor management. I was also asked about specific projects where costs were reduced, profits were increased etc. because of the decisions I made. Questions on potential to relocate, etc. I was asked for specific examples of how I think my experience, education and skills would help me with my role at BNSF if I was hired.

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Ok I figured. I'm waiting for results too so it made me wonder when I saw this. Thanks. Less

Posted right after the interview. Should have clarified.

Have you already gotten notified of 'no offer' or did you post this right after the interview on July 7? Less

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Ninyo & Moore

At Ninyo & Moore, we expect our employees to answer the phone 24/7 will you sleep with your phone and take it on vacation with you.

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Trick questions, because management does not answer their phone after 6PM and never on vactions or holidays. But you will be expected to. Less

Come on. This question has never been asked anywhere except maybe of a Presidential Cabinet candidate! Less

EMG Corp

I took an online test. 40 per cent consisted of multiple choice questions using tiny 17 KB color photos of objects that were expected to be encountered during site walks. The remainder were multiple choice questions about the Phase I process and what procedures are followed concerning dry cleaning establishments et cetera.

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I answered the questions concerning the photos to the best of my ability considering the tiny size and generally poor lighting in the photos. Interpretation of photos of features or pieces of equipment are not the way you do a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment site walk. You go into the site and see the pieces of equipment yourself where you will be able to identify them in context. You will also be able to touch, smell and hear when you are in the field doing the site walk. An example of the inappropriateness of this technique is a dark and tiny photo used of a round dark brown cover atop a concrete pad outdoors next to a building with what looks like possible stains near the cover and other objects with the question "is this significant?". This is not an adequate way to determine if the applicant can identify a Recognized Environmental Condition. The apparent stains could be water from a recent rain. I answered "yes" to be on the safe side because I could not get close to the objects to tell if they were stained from any substance other than water. It was just a photo. Less

Tetra Tech

What value-add do you think yuou can bring to our company?

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Technical competence, client relationships and ability to work with others

Aramark

Very simple, basic interview questions. 1) How would you handle? 2) Describe a time when? 3) etc.

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I shared examples of previous work situations and highlighted my previous work experience in relation to the needs of the position. Less

NextEra Energy, Inc.

I was asked about my current and past salaries.

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I focused on what I expected for salary in my response.

QuikTrip

HR has a timed computer logic test that they apparently give to everyone interviewing regardless of position.

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The test questions were around basic logic and math. Not difficult, just very odd. I've been to dozens of interviews over the past 20 years and I've never experienced anything like this. Less

Crothall Healthcare

How would you use your resources if there were several employee call outs and you need to cover your schedule, and you cant use OT or find a replacement for the day.

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I would round the facility to identify areas that need the most attention and direct staff there first. I would then split up the resources and make sure all areas received basic service. As a manager I would provide additional customer rounding. When the second shift arrives I would inform the manager of what areas need to be serviced. Less

Crothall Healthcare

Can you work ten hours a day?

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Yes

Crothall Healthcare

What were my salary requirements

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My requirement for this position is 90k

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