CV/Cover letter screening, group interview, one-to-one interview, phone interview, medical/background checks
4 different interviews and site visits make it quite a stringent process.
As I'm employed in the graduate program, the process was more extensive than typical entry level. I had a written application with extended questions on my expectations and experiences. There was then a group interview where I found out more about the role and participated in group activities. After that was a site tour (random) and interview by a site manager, then an interview by a state manager, followed by interview with a business unit president.
First interview was a group interview, with myself and about 18 other people. The second interview was a site visit with an operations manager and current graduate. Third interview was with a Senior Leader and it was behavioural. Final interview was with a President. Overall, from application to offer, it took about 6 months. It was long and arduous. Weeks would go by where we wouldn't hear from anyone regarding the outcome of an interview.
1. CVs are reviewed 2. Phone interview takes place to short list 3. Face to face interviews conducted from successful phone interviews 4. Standard questions asked from HR (regarding safety, past experience and innovation) 5. Custom questions asked by management 6. Questions asked by candidate 7. Debrief between management on candidate after interview
For the grad program: Apply for the role (CV and cover letter), followed by phone interview, then site tour (no interview), first formal interview, final process phone interview with someone from Executive Team.
Involved group interview, site visit, management interview and senior management interview.
1. Submit CV and respond to online questionnaire 2. Group Interview 3. Site visit interview 4. Behavioural interview 5. Interview with a President from one of the 5 business units Further interview process to apply for remote location: A. Respond to 5 questions via e-mail B. Phone Interview with contract manager
CV + cover letter - Group interview - solo interview - Telephone interview with the head of a major BU - job
Online application, group interview/assessment, site tour and several middle management interviews, SLT interview, division president interview.
It was a long recruitment process, with CV analysis, phone and face-to-face interviews and group and individual activities. Currently, most companies adopt this recruitment structure.
Very lengthy and involved all different parties or the organisation. I thought it was a valuable interview process as it made me more determined to get the job at each progressive step. Assessments were well structured and based on previous life and work experiences
Very substantial process, application, interviewing, behavioural assessment and final SLT interview.
It was long, had multiple interviews and assessments ranging from group interview to phone hook-ups to one on one interview.