For me it was an online application, phone interview, group assessment center and final individual interview.
First there was an online assessments which were fun games. I can't recall if there was a phone interview before the face to face interview. I was interviewed by the team manager and the graduate recruitment staff that I had been interacting with during the process.
It is a pretty long process, which is probably necessary as there are so many applicants
Informal interview after being recommended - very smooth with only on-boarding teething issues
I had one interview over Skype but still within the AECOM office in Christchurch. Interview felt good and more like asking me if I would be a suitable fit for the office and team I would be working at.
I was hired based on an email recommendation from a lecturer
Somewhat fast moving
Send in CV online and fill out the boxes with exactly what was on your CV. Receive an email after 2 weeks asking for me to participate in some sort of ranked online puzzle game. After all that then there was the online video interview which is just you answering questions about yourself on a webcam, no other human is involved. After all that then there is the assessment center which is a group interview where they assess you ability to work with strangers to complete engineering related tasks.
Lengthy, a couple of stages
Two interview in the Auckland Office. The first one was with my manager in Christchurch (webex) and the second with two people I would be working with,
Team based challenges
Following my application, I did not get an initial assessment centre. I only received a call and a follow up interview.
Came in for an interview with future boss for an internship even though the position was not advertised that year. Still managed to get the internship, I was offered a grad role the year after.
Did a quick phone interview, followed by an online cognitive quiz, then a face to face interview. After that got offered the job
Inconsistent and Slow Communication
Graduate, Hamilton, New Zealand
Basic game-like assessment initially followed by some phone conversations with the HR/recruitment people and two conference call interviews as the original interviewer couldn't attend the first.
I enjoyed the interview process, it was easy and not long and tiring