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Interviews at Mercuria Energy
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. The process took 2 months. I interviewed at Mercuria Energy in Nov 2020
Total four rounds of interview. Each round will meet a professional in their quant team. Will ask any questions related with your resume and might ask some case study questions.
- Case study with energy related question.
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Mercuria Energy
The interview process was very detailed - but easy going and casual. I was asked specific questions about my credentials. Mercuria definitely asked questions which would give them an idea on whether or not I would be a good people and culture fit. Post interview communication was prompt and they were very transparent and forthcoming on the next steps. HR was also definitely very open and welcoming to any questions I had. The COO and Global Head of Financial Operations along with other team members and management were very engaged during the interview and their questions focused mainly on how my skill set would be a good fit for the various positions at Mercuria. Unfortunately; I could not accept the position due to circumstances outside of the job or the company itself. My takeaway from Mercuria was that the organization is composed of genuinely good people who are just trying to put a good team together. I would encourage well-qualified candidates to apply at Mercuria.
- Specific questions related to your credentials as they pertain to the position that you are applying for.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Geneva, Geneva
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Mercuria Energy (Geneva, Geneva) in Oct 2018
The process was fast. I had to go to their office in Geneva and I stayed about an hour or two. First it was the technical interview then the HR. Because I applied for another role they also contacted the guy from the other departement. From my experience, the older the interviewer, the nicer he is
- Assume you can predict the future return of a stock based on the price earning ratio, you test the model on every company of the market over the last 20 years. You see that on average it works and you conclude that you should use the model. What is the mistake you are making by doing so ?
I interviewed at Mercuria Energy
The interview was short. This was for an apprenticeship program dubbed as internship. They knew what they were getting with my resume. They didn't ask me any behavioural interview questions. Most of the questions were about my past work experiences
- Why do you want to work for Mercuria Energy?
Anonymous Employee in London, England, England
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Mercuria Energy (London, England, England) in Mar 2017
5 rounds, 3 techical, 1 with HR and 1 with the CTO. I had 2 rounds with the future team (1 Java, 1 C#, but given this was for a Java role, the C# guys were asking more general programming questions). The CTO asked 1 computer science logical puzzle and talked about his vision. The HR interview was the usual, why I was leaving and what I was looking for.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England, England
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Mercuria Energy (London, England, England) in Sep 2016
I described my last projects. They asked a lot of questions about details of the business iside of them. I draw a diagram with main components of the system I worked with. They also asked about my main contributions to the projects and why do I want to join their company.
- The gave a task about writing a programm wich looking up a top 10 customers who are close to a city center by having just addresses.
Anonymous Employee in Singapore
I applied through an employee referral The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Mercuria Energy (Singapore) in May 2016
Three round interview process with hiring manager, middle management, senior management and followed by a team review with the incumbent employees. I believe the interview process has changed in the recent times where there might be around seven interview rounds with various stakeholders who would be interacting with the candidate at different levels.
- Tell me why you want to join the company
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied through an employee referral The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Mercuria Energy
Mostly behavioural questions, for 30 mins
- "Why do you want to work at Mercuria?"
Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Mercuria Energy (Chicago, IL) in Jan 2011
Interview was a full day meeting with everyone in the office (~ 20 people). The interview process was very casual and was more of a conversation rather than behavoral questions. I also went out to lunch with one of the individuals
- What experience do you have in oil?