1. Phone interview 2. Skype Interview 3. Assessment Centre (inclusive of 3 tasks) * Written assessment * Group assessment * 2 interviews
Online application, review of CV and cover letter, assessment centre, offer received.
Skype interview and assessment centers (which involves a team task, creative activity, and management interview)
The interview was standard. Questions weren't too difficult and the interviewer seemed approachable if I needed further clarification with questions. I liked that it was a Skype interview - much more convenient.
There's a preliminary online process in which you have to attach your resume and answer some fairly common questions. Once that is done, you'll be sent an email notifying you that you have passed on to the next stage - which is a skype interview. They're usually supposed to be a video call however due to technical difficulties the one I had was just audio. Again, it was fairly common questions that I was being asked, and the manner it was conducted was quite relaxed and more of a conversation as opposed to a structured interview. Next step is the Assessment Centre, which had a range of group activities, written activities, and interviews (one with a senior manager, and one with a Managing Director). The structure and delivery of the Assessment Centre is second to none and expertly done. I think the activities were all challenging but fair, and was overall pretty enjoyable. The interviews were a bit more structured than the skype interview, and the questions were a little bit more difficult but it was overall an enjoyable process.
Candidates submit their resume and cover letters online then go through a round of skype interviews with managers and senior managers that they are likely to work with. Then a shortlist of candidates are invited to a half-day assessment centre where they are assessed through three key tasks; writing, team and creativity.
3 step process of applying, then performing skype interviews, followed by an assessment centre.