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Application Process & Interviews at Redox
- Average rating for Recruitment, based on 8 reviews7.6 / 10
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
2 interviews, first with my now supervisor, 2nd with supervisor, HR manager and Director. Was good having a director there, shows they are approachable people
One interview and one online questionnaire assessing general skills and role suitability.
Redox ensures that they hire the right person and is very thorough in selecting.
I had 2 interviews. One with a new graduate and the Branch Sales Manager then another with the same graduate employee and the Branch Manager. At my second interview I had a tour of the site.
I applied on-line directly to the agency that was advertising the job. An interview was then organised with the Branch Sale Manager. When I arrived for the interview I had to first fill out paperwork and complete a questionnaire. I was then called back for a second interview with the Branch Sales Manager and also had a small site tour. Before commencing employment I also had to have a phone conversation with the HR department and also complete an online aptitude test.
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Previous work, study, personality, knowledge of the business, questions i had for the company
I have worked with KPI's before? Why do I want to be in sales?
On arrival at my first interview I was asked to fill in a page of relatively easy chemistry related questions. Then a form about my strengths, weaknesses, aspirations, inspirations, etc. At both interviews I was told about the company and what my job would entail then asked about myself and previous work experience.
Some questions asked were similar to the following: Provide some information about yourself? What do you know about Redox? Where do you see yourself in the future? Who is your Idol and why? What are your career and life goals?
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Research Redox and the chemical market
Come prepared for the normal interview questions e.g. strengths, weaknesses. Don't be nervous, the people interviewing you are people too and they just want to choose the best person for the job.