Standard Interview processes and psychometric tests, nothing unexpected
I was hired after completing the work experience program. I think there is a slight bias towards people that they know (who have completed work experience) because they want to make sure that you truly fit with the company culture. The interview process was what you would expect from a company and a psychological assessment is also completed with the results revealed to you once you are hired.
1. Phone Interview 2. Psychometric Test 3. Face-to-Face Interview
It was a very long process, it was almost 7 months between the interview and signing the contract.
My recruitment process consisted of an initial application, a phone interview with a member of the recruiting team and then a face-to-face interview with the Melbourne office manager, after which I had to get a police check and complete a psych assessment. I was kept in the loop all the way through with frequent phone calls from recruitment
Fairly standard process, of an interview followed by online aptitude and psychological testing
The interview process was more like a discussion, which gave me the freedom to talk about my assets and experience in my own terms. I suspect this also gave the interviewing team an insight to my workplace demeanour and attitude.
Interview was casual and very friendly environment. Felt very welcoming and interviewers made an effort to ease the nerves
The interview process was very straight forward. If you are applying for an interstate job, you can choose to do a Skype call at home or with an Operations Manager in your closest office so you have the option of meeting the employers in person. Psychometric assessment is done after shortlisting and a potential second and less formal interview (coffee and a chat).
Following the typical CV and resume submission, Nova was happy to conduct my interview over the phone as I was living in a different city. This then progressed to a psychological/aptitude test.
There were the psychology and another test with patterns.