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AngloGold Ashanti Australia

4.3
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Application Process & Interviews at AngloGold Ashanti Australia

8.4
8.4 rating for Recruitment, based on 14 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
After completing an online assessment I was given a call to do a face to face interview.
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Prior to the interview, I filled out an online questionnaire. There were no assessments in the interview, only questions.
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The hiring process starts from filling your info online and attaching your resume online through the AngloGold Ashanti career website. If you are selected, an online assessment needs to be completed to test your cognitive skills. Lastly, you get called for an interview with the manager you will be working with.
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The interview was a conversation with HR and two seniors in the department
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Due to illnesses we had to resort to a phone interview but the company let me know what was happening in advance so it was rather well done, from progressing to a graduate position, it was rather good, informative and friendly
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Online application, which progressed onto being shortlisted for an interview.
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Formal interview questions, discuss the role and personal abilities. 3 stages before granting the official offer.
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Initial application, Formal Interview
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My hiring process involved a Skype interview with two Geology superintendents and an HR manager. Following the interview I was asked to complete a medical assessment and a police check.
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Only an interview (approximately 1 hour long) was required as part of the employment process.
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Very standard, except in my case I already had ties from vacation work
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What questions were you asked in your interviews?
I was asked behavioural questions such as how I would act in certain situations. I was also asked questions on how I had performed in a previous job.
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I had two friendly interviewers who asked questions mainly about myself, my interests and values. This made me feel confident that the company cares for and cares about the staff that they empoy. They also asked questions about what type of leadership and environment I thrive in.
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Situational questions what would i do
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It was some time ago, I think they were more asking about previous experience and where I want to be heading career wise. Also asking my capabilities etc
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Why I wanted to join the company, how my values aligned with the companies, any relevant work experience, how did I feel about doing FIFO work, how I worked in group environments, what team/sporting clubs I was a part of.
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Why do you apply for this job? How do you think you can fit the job/ what do you think you can bring to the team? How do you know the mine? How do you find yourself in 5 years? What future plan do you have after this program? Other behavioural questions related to ethical performance.
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Typical interview questions from the HR manager, like my best and worst traits, how well I work in a team, etc. I was asked a few geology related questions by the Geology Superintendents.
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University experience FIFO lifestyle Workplace experiences
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How I align with company values Personal strengths/weaknesses etc
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Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
If a current employee in the department is attending the interview, try to cater your answers towards them. Let them know that you are capable to fill what they require.
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Be honest and open minded throughout the whole process, including about your career intentions, personal values and expectation from the role. The company is very supportive, and as an employee, would most likely work with you to achieve your goals.
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Getting early exposure in the industry through vacation work and being active in university help you stand out from other candidates
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Read up on the company know their operations understand how they operate understand the company values
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For interviewees I would be yourself, as people tend to value the people aspect on site, to see how people are personality wise as its a supportive culture they would value a teamworker. Apart from that, try and present your previous experience well and have an idea what you want to be doing
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Just be yourself, the company puts a high emphasis on how your personality and values align with theirs and how you'll fit within their team.
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Better gain some industrial experiences, especially vacation program in the mining field. A "keen to learn and glad to learn" attitude. Be humble, honest and ask questions if you do not know.
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Do a little bit of research on the company; know what their core values are.
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Rehearse common interview questions
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Be honest and be yourself.
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Try and do vacation work and get to know the company and potential colleagues
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