The selection process includes the following key stages:
Applicants should spend adequate time completing the application providing specific examples that demonstrate how you meet each criteria. This is the first impression the company gets of you and you want it to be the right one!
Competency based interviewing assesses future performance based on past behaviour. It can give valuable insights into an individual's preferred style of working and help predict behaviour in future situations.
Questions will be asked to draw information required to support the key competencies of the role. Questions may be worded in the format of “Can you give me an example when…?” or “Tell me about a time when you…”
Responses should be structured to describe a situation or task, the action you took and the end result.
You may also be provided with a few scenario based questions to see how you would respond in certain situations; often this is as much about your approach and thought process, rather than necessarily getting the “right” answer.
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