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Interviews at BRIDGE Energy Group
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Baltimore, MD
I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at BRIDGE Energy Group (Baltimore, MD)
canned, scripted organizationally mandated questions with cheeky technical "show us how big your brain is" questions thrown in 3 on 1 interview with one arriving late to the process which prolonged the ordeal. They called me earlier in the week, I did not actively seek out the position.
- many of the predictable open ended questions such as "describe a situation where you had to adapt" or "difficult situations", etc.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Los Angeles, CA
I applied in-person. The process took 4 months. I interviewed at BRIDGE Energy Group (Los Angeles, CA) in May 2018
Interviewed with the recruiting team, then several phone interviews and flew out for a panel interview. The team was very experienced in the industry, very professional, impressed with their demeanor.
- Walk me through how you build your pipeline? What Sales System have you used (Sandler), etc. How do you prepare for Client meetings. What was your sales growth over the last 5 years and how did you achieve those results.
Anonymous Employee in Oakbrook Terrace, IL
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at BRIDGE Energy Group (Oakbrook Terrace, IL) in Jan 2015
First I had a Telephone interview with Recruiter. Then I had a second interview with the Recruiter and one of the managers. Then the third interview was with two additional managers as well as the recruiter. Finally an interview with the director for the business that was hiring with a chance to ask more questions and details.
- What did you like about your last job?
Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at BRIDGE Energy Group (Boston, MA) in Sep 2013
Few phone conversations, 2 rounds of in person meetings. Very easy. They were accommodating to my schedule. I was able to meet with most members of the management team, a few of my peers and my future manager.
- Pretty straight forward/standard.
Anonymous Employee in Marlborough, MA
I applied through other source. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at BRIDGE Energy Group (Marlborough, MA) in Sep 2010
Received phone screen - seemed like good recruiter Phone interviews were comprehensive in terms of technical skills In-person interviews were disorganised, people seemed to be running around quite a bit There were standard behavioral questions, and then there were very specific technical questions. The company seems to be growing very quickly, things were quite rushed. I was waiting for some time for my interviewer because he was in a meeting. Overall the people appear to be collegial and freindly.
- Describe your prior CIM experience.