I was asked about my life experiences, schooling, hobbies, what attracted me to Probuild. I particularly remember being asked about how I deal with conflict.
1. Give examples of how you exemplify BOA 2. Give situations where you showed teamwork/ leadership 3. What can you bring to the company
I was asked about my previous experience, my knowledge on the construction industry, where I see myself going with my career, my personality traits and my hobbies outside of work.
What the company values meant. What would make me different/stand out from others. What does commercial construction mean to me.
Why I was interested in Construction? Did I play any sport? What hobbies did I have? What were my goals and ambitions?
Questions around previous experience, hobbies, current lifestyle. We also talked about how I deal with time management and what my future goals were.
Past experiences and career ambitions
Probuild's dedication to finding the right graduates amazed me. Each interview went for 45 minutes or more so they had a sufficient amount of time to learn about me. They asked questions about why I wanted to work for the company, why I was right for the position, previous experience, and general questions about hobbies etc.
The First interview was the most extensive and captured my background - future ambitions - interest in the industry - cultural expectations of the company - captured common negative and positive feedback to ensure that this career path met with my assumptions.
Strengths, weaknesses, experience, situations and general life experience questions.
The questions were mainly about my knowledge of the industry and the company, what I want out of the program etc.