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FDM Group

4.0
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Application Process & Interviews at FDM Group

8.8
8.8 rating for Recruitment, based on 10 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
Assessment day consisting of multiple interviews
Graduate, Melbourne
1. Telephone Interview 2. Assessment Centre (composed of (2a) Technical Interview, (2b) Sales Interview, (2c) Behavioural/Competency-Based Interview, & (2d) Technical Aptitude/Psychometric Online Exam
Graduate, Sydney
Prescreen phone interview, Assessment Centre with strengths based interviews and then an aptitude test
Graduate, Sydney
4 Rounds: 1- informal phone interview, 2 - formal phone interview asking what you know about the company, why you want to work for their clients, 3 - Assessment Centre, 4-interviews with an HR, Sales and training representative, 4 - online assessment if you pass the assessment centre
Graduate, Sydney
The recruitment team responded to my application within a day, set up a follow-up phone interview, followed by a skype interview the next week. The whole process only took a week, and I started two weeks after I was selected
Graduate, Sydney
1. phone interview 2. Formal interviews 3. assessment centre
Graduate, Sydney
In order: - 1 phone interviews - 2 face-to-face (skype) interviews: HR, behavioural and technical - IT Aptitude test
Graduate, Sydney
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Why I want to work in this field, what I know about IT in the finance sector, what makes me suitable to work with their clients
Graduate, Melbourne
Strengths based interviews
Graduate, Sydney
What do you know about FDM? Why would you want to work for their clients? (mostly financial) Why IT?
Graduate, Sydney
A variety of technical, background and behavioural questions to ensure I would be able to cope with the training program and would fit in well with the rest of the team.
Graduate, Sydney
Why do you want to work for this company? Where do you see yourself in the future?
Graduate, Sydney
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Reflect on your achievements and think about what the company is looking for
Graduate, Melbourne
Commercial understanding of what role you are going into. Give examples for every single question
Graduate, Sydney
Its best to research the company, make a note of what strengths they are looking for, and recall past experiences that demonstrate that you meet those strengths
Graduate, Sydney
Research well why you want to work in IT and why you want to be a consultant. Know yourself and be mentally prepared to face the ups-and-downs of working as a consultant. Be proactive and find time to always improve yourself
Graduate, Sydney