Online test Video Final interview
For me, resume > online aptitude assessment > recorded video interview questions > in-person interview and assessment question.
The interview experience can be a little daunting, as it is a panel, and my questions were quite long and "outside the box". Prior to the interview, there was a video interview which was largely introducing yourself, an aptitude test which evaluates your ability to comprehend basic mathematics and patterns. Everyone involved with recruitment is approachable and friendly and all assessments are explained clearly.
It was reasonable and fair.
Standard application submission with questions and resume upload, then aptitude test followed by a face to face interview.
The process was multistage. First there was application and resume submission, then video interviews which required a timed response to specific questions given in the interview, there were online aptitude tests and finally there was an in-person interview. The interview was an hour and a half long and comprised of two parts - a case study, then interview board. The case study had to be examined, with options discussed and a preferred option created and discussed by the candidate. Many other questions were additionally asked.
The first was a recorded interview with standard questions, the next stage was a aptitude test and the final was a face to face interview.
Testing, video interview, telephone interview then face to face interview.
Thorough. Early relative to some job applications which was good.
It was pretty straight forward and nothing dissimilar from the process of other companies