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Application Process & Interviews at Schneider Electric
- Average rating for Recruitment, based on 12 reviews5.9 / 10
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
The process was: - Resume, Cover Letter and Online Form submission - Phone Interview - Personality Assessment / Grammar and Numeracy Testing - Assessment Centre
Psych test then phone interview then assessment centre and final interview.
I entered through the graduate program. Phone interview, online tests, assessment centre (group activities, solo presentation), and final interview.
Full day workshop including impromptu speeches, presentations, interview and teamwork sessions.
Entry level, Sydney
When I was hired, there was a phone interview, then psychometric tests, and finally a whole day graduate assessment centre. We had to do group projects, writing projects, speaking projects etc.
For the grad intake there was 4 stages. Submission, Online assessment, Phone interview, Group interview.
Entry level, Melbourne
The process is quite standard depending on the role. For graduate programs, you can expect interviews, online assessments, and assessment centres.
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Tell me about a time where you had to rely on someone else?
My career interests, aspirations. My strengths. Questions about the company.
Asked about previous work experience and University projects
Behavioural and general questions on my experience, me as a person, and what I want to do in the future
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Have an understanding of what the company is trying to achieve Understand what you want to achieve as a professional, and what motivates you
Prepare with examples of teamwork, communication, leadership skills before you attend an interview. research the company before you apply
Study the company broadly. Know what they do (harder than it sounds) and where you want to go within the company.
Be yourself, some people try too hard to stand out or look good.
Same as any job interview: find out as much as possible about the company.
Be yourself, not what you think the company wants you to be. Everyone has different needs, and if the role does not match your needs, then you will not be happy and enjoy yourself. In other words, play to your strengths!