The best I had done and was really clear/honest on who they wanted and what they were looking for.
Application -> Psychometric and other online testing -> Video interview (answering questions via video) -> Assessment Centre with activities, problem solving, and an interview.
I was previously a vacation student and so had already been to an assessment centre and was not required to attend one for my graduate position. I sat in an interview with two interviewers who asked question that gauged how I conducted myself as a person and assessed my suitability to the role. Simple process
Graduate, Melbourne, Victoria
The process was quick and efficient. Assessments were more tailored to engineers. I found myself sitting on a table of engineers and I was the only business graduate. Regardless, I still raised other points of consideration to the assessments that engineers didn't.
Very intensive. Assessment centre was very stress inducing with a group interview/presentation, individual interview and individual assessment. All other aspects of the process were fairly straightforward and easy to complete.
Submit resume, cover letter and key selection criteria. Team leader assesses and invites you for an interview which consists of a panel of three members. Typically consisting of manager of position, someone from HR and another person within the business area you will be working for.
* online application - submit CV and academic transcript, and answer some questions * online psychometric assessments (things like verbal, numerical reasoning, etc.) * pre-recorded video question responses * assessment centre which included one-on-one interview, and group activities.
The process was pretty good, however there were a number of delays along the way.
Three main stages; Online psychometric tests, group interview at the assessment centre (specialized streams had additional specific knowledge base questions), final individual interview with the potential manager/team.
It was like most places I imagine, very straightforward, success in one interview then move onto the next. The questions I needed to answer allowed me to relate them to previous employment and university Situations.
As a graduate, the hiring process was an assessment centre with multiple online assessments previously. It was rigorous and I believe half the battle was ensuring all the hurdles were complete.
Interview process was on the same day as the assessment centre. Graduates were split into two; half to do the assessment centre and the other half to do individuals. Then the two groups would swap during the day. The day was made comfortable by talking to current graduates working at *VicRoads as well as fruit, biscuits, tea, coffee and lunch. Prior to that part, we had key selection criteria questions to answer, online psychometric testing that was "gamified" and a pre-recorded video interview.
The government has a great interview process as the candidates can finish the one-to-one interview, written test and group exercise all together in one day. The networking time between the sessions was great, it really made me feel relaxed and the best part is all the candidates support each other.
Long online multiple-choice assessment for the graduate program. The assessment centre included several group activities and a short interview with two managers. I also had a follow-up phone interview.
It would have been good to have more of an idea of the timeline, but the process was generally good.
Easy process and clear on where you were at.