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Interviews at Seaspan ULC
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I interviewed at Seaspan ULC
1 Round HR, 2nd Round with Manager, 3rd round with Senior Manager Most behavior questions, based on resume and experience There may be technical questions about modeling you have built before Within a week, the offer was granted
- What would be the stretch if you take this position
Anonymous Employee in Vancouver, BC
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Seaspan ULC (Vancouver, BC) in Dec 2020
2 Calls with HR for screening and why I wanted the job. Follow up video calls with Managers to go more in depth about my resume. Almost all of the interview questions were behavioural and situational - great time to use STAR technique
- What do you know about Seaspan?
- Tell me about a time you had to deal with conflict? What did you do?
- Why do you want this position?
- How would you go about solving an issue with someone you disagreed with?
- Tell me about a time you changed a process
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Vancouver, BC
I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Seaspan ULC (Vancouver, BC) in Oct 2019
About as unprofessional as it goes. They have several downtown locations in North Vancouver and the recruiter condescendingly went into a tirade about knowing where the primary location of the site should be when that is not possible to know.
- Do I know where the primary location is
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Seaspan ULC
First, there was a phone interview with the recruiter who was super friendly and professional. He asked a couple of questions such as why did you apply for this position and told me more details about the position and the company. The second interview was with the Controller and it was very professional and focused on my previous experiences, no-nonsense google questions. Overall the process was very professional and transparent, as a candidate, I felt very respected by the Company.
- Why did you apply for this position
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Seaspan ULC in Jan 2018
It was a very successful interview. The person took their time to review my resume and ask me the right questions. It was engaging and the interviewer was very polite professional and respectful.
- Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Victoria, BC
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Seaspan ULC (Victoria, BC) in Nov 2016
Preliminary emails followed up by professional phone call and general screening, afterwards a telephone conference was set up with two of the managers. All of this was very professional and went well, lastly a face to face interview with the managers. Unfortunately the senior manager didn't have much time and it didn't allow for a comfortable interview as I had to catch a plane home.
- How would you deal with a safety issue with unionized workers?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in North Vancouver, BC
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Seaspan ULC (North Vancouver, BC) in Oct 2014
Entire interview process took about 4 weeks. HR recruiter was very friendly and professional in following up and organizing interview times. First interview was done over the phone and was more of an introduction of the company and the role. A couple of behavioral questions were asked during the first phone interview including what made you interested in the position, and why you wanted to work for the company. The second interview was done with a panel of 3 people including 1 person from HR, and 2 from Finance, and was a mix of behavioral questions combined with experience/skill related questions. 3rd interview was more informal than the 2nd interview, and was more behavioral and character based. Questions such as "Provide an example of a situation where you ..." Overall interview experience was very friendly and non-stressful. People who are interviewing you are down to earth and are casual.
- Can you provide an example where you had to handle a difficult situation and provide whether or not were you able to obtain the result you wanted?
Anonymous Employee in North Vancouver, BC
I applied through an employee referral The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Seaspan ULC (North Vancouver, BC) in Feb 2012
1. Phone interview to determine if I was interested in the job. They recruited me from the part time job I was working at the time. 2. Interview with manager. Discus skill set fit. 3. Small panel. STAR style interview. Work history highs and lows. Skills and passions brought to employer. Process took roughly 2 weeks. Pleasant and kind people.
- Dealing with conflict and having to make tough decisions. Examples from past.