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Responsibility:
3.7/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.3/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.6/5
 
Company Culture:
4/5
 
Career Progression:
3.9/5
 
Colleagues:
4.4/5
 
Training:
4.5/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.9/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.9/5
 

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Subsea Drilling Systems Job Title: Graduate Engineer

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Application Advice:

Apply early, know the company and be confident.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to answer on technical topics (be technically sound), answer clearly, be confident and show commercial awareness.

Design Engineer, Project Engineering at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

From my experience, FMC recruitment does not have a specific person/personality trait that they see as more advantageous. Among the graduate engineers there is a wide range of different career aspirations and personalities so anyone applying has a chance of receiving a job offer if they perform to their strengths during the application process.

Interview Advice:

Perform to your strengths.

Graduate Engineer, Technical Training at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be honest. You should be looking for a good fit for you as well as the company looking for a good fit for them.

Graduate Engineer, Well Completion Systems at FMC Technologies
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Interview Advice:

Relax and remember that the interviewer is not trying to catch you out.

Design Engineer, Global Valve Technology at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

If possible try and get involved with FMC as early as you can. They have a great summer internship which offers a brilliant introduction to the company open to 3rd year undergraduates and some 4th year undergraduates.

Design Engineer, Well Access Systems at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

FMC's core values underpin everything they do as a company and this feeds down to the day to day engineering work where we are expected to work according to those core values. Focus on them, provide examples of where you have demonstrated them. Know yourself as well, your own strengths (have evidence to support these) and weaknesses and what you can bring to FMC, as this is something which again the company looks for.

Graduate Engineer, at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Don't lie
practise for online aptitude testing

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, interviews or assessment centers are your only chance to get across who you are as an individual, so don't try and be someone else.

know what is in your CV

Graduate Engineer, WCS Applications at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Research the company and understand what they want to hear from you. Also, have a clear idea of what you want to do, because the chances are that there is a suitable role somewhere within the business as it is so large.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be honest, try to avoid buzzwords and sounding like you are reading from the recruitment pamphlet. This is as much a technical interview as a personal interview and first impressions count.

Graduate Engineer, at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Be honest, open and outgoing. Show initiative.

Interview Advice:

Be aware of the company's business.

Graduate Engineer, at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Be honest and use a variety of examples to back up your points. University projects are quite good examples. Tie in your experience with FMC's core values (on corporate website).

Interview Advice:

Dress smartly, expect to be asked technical questions. Don't be afraid to ask the interviewers questions.

Graduate Engineer, Well Completion Systems at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have a good practical knowledge of how things actually work and how things actually fit together. Once you have this as a basis, the rest of the job becomes easier.

Interview Advice:

Know the company, and find a project or product that interests you and find out more about it. The company looks for a different type of person each year, you can only be who you are so never try to be anyone else.

Graduate Design Engineer, Design at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Complete the application honestly.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and prepared to work both as a team and individually.

Graduate Engineer, WCS Engineering at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Practice aptitude tests and attend assessment centre workshops if possible.

Interview Advice:

Use your experiences outside of uni to provide answers to questions. Talk about things you have done/been involved in at work or during summer placements. Be confident and don't be afraid to think outside the box.

Graduate Engineer, at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Make sure and highlight what you are involved in outside of your studies or work life.

Interview Advice:

Allow your personality to come through.

Graduate Engineer, at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Be honest.

Interview Advice:

Research the company. be confident in what you have to offer. Company is HSE and Quality driven so if you have examples of things you have done in the past which show this, it may help.

Design Engineer, Lead Engineering at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

I would advise you to have a presentable CV and ensure you sell yourself in the first half a page.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to come to an assessment centre with good examples of previous work. I brought a folio containing a lot of visuals of design work, engineering calculations etc. This was very beneficial and I believe was one of the main reasons I was offered a job.

Graduate Engineer, WCS Applications at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Show that you are capable of achieving both inside and outwith your intended role/field. Being able to put in extra effort goes a long way.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and natural. Don't pretend to be what you're not, if you have to do that then it maybe isn't the right place for you to be applying to.

Graduate Engineer, GVT at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

From what I remember it's a fairly standard online form with the usual competency based questions, but as with any other company it is good practice to read up on our "core values" and try to focus on giving evidence of how you have demonstrated these.

Interview Advice:

Just relax and be yourself - there is no set "type" of person that FMC goes looking for (we have a pretty diverse graduate group) so focusing on your strengths and what you can bring to the role is the best approach in my opinion. The assessment centre has a fairly relaxed feel to it, which I found helped me to perform better on the day.

Graduate Engineer, Global Valve Technology at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Highlight something that makes you different from the pack. For the graduate scheme a MEng degree is required.

Interview Advice:

Be sociable, you want to come across as someone that will fit into the “FMC team”.

Graduate Engineer, Graduate Scheme at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

When applying to FMC, try to understand the products that FMC manufacture and the work that they do. You must show that not only are you technically able, with strong theoretical ability, but are also a people person who can communicate well across the levels of business.

Interview Advice:

Ask questions! It’s not just a time to be grilled by people about yourself. Engage with the interviewer to get the most out of the interview for yourself and for them.

Graduate Engineer, WCS Applications at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Do some background reading to broaden your knowledge of the oil and gas industry and FMC Technologies. Know yourself - prepare some good answers/examples to standard interview questions that demonstrate your strengths. Know the areas that you need to improve on - think about how you can demonstrate that you are working on them. Be concise. Know how to interpret a technical drawing.

Interview Advice:

Application process includes online psychometric testing. If you progress to the assessment centre be prepared for a full day of activities including group activities, situational interview and a personal one-to-one interview.

Graduate Engineer, Engineering at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Study beforehand and consider the company's Core Values throughout the application process.

Interview Advice:

Consider the company's Core Values in the answers to the interview questions.

Graduate Engineer, WCS Applications at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Research subsea oil and gas production services.

Design Engineer, at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Research the company, and how it fits into the wider Oil & Gas Industry, before applying.

Interview Advice:

Interviews tend to be competency based, so try to think of good examples from previous experience that can demonstrate your strengths.

Design Engineer, at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Research the company core values before applying. Consider your experience and how it relates to the core values.

Interview Advice:

Be open and honest. Use the interview to get to know about the company as they get to know about you. Use the core values of the company in relation to your experience.

Graduate Engineer, Rotations at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

When applying research and understand FMC’s core values and demonstrate these in your application form.

Interview Advice:

The assessment centre is a long and tough day. Again research the company, be prepared to answer typical interview questions and participate in team tasks. Always act professional even when you are not being interviewed.

Graduate Engineer, at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Ensure you clearly state your core skills and strengths and positive examples of where you have employed these.

Interview Advice:

Understand how to effectively communicate within large and small groups. Ensure you are engaged with the activities you are assessed on.

Design Engineer, Well Access Systems at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Support all claimed skills with evidence of practial application of them.

Interview Advice:

Show you have a personality.

Graduate Engineer, Well Completion Systems at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

The application process is quick and simple. An online application will take you on to an assessment day which will contain an interview. Focus appears to be on the candidate having a relevant degree and work experience (this does not have to be in the same sector as FMC).

Interview Advice:

Compentencies play a big part in life as a Graduate Engineer as we continually look to develop ourselves as engineers. Therefore they are an important part of the initial interview and future candidates should be able to look at their previous education, work experience etc. and evaluate not just their strenghts but weaknesses and how they could be improved in the job role.

Graduate Engineer, Subsea Drilling Systems at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

FMC have summer placements for students, try to get onto one of these, they give you fantastic experience and are also paid.

Graduate Engineer, Aberdeen at FMC Technologies
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Application Advice:

Focus on FMC's core values and how they are applied during everyday work as an engineer. Think of examples where you have demonstarted them and this will look golden on your application form!

Interview Advice:

I didn't go through the typical application process as I was a scholar student through university.

From what I've hard from fellow graduates, it was typicval assessment centre activities such as group exercises, one to one competency based interviews etc.

Graduate Engineer, Well Access Systems at FMC Technologies
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