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Ergon Energy Network | Energex

4.8
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Application Process & Interviews at Ergon Energy Network | Energex

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9 rating for Recruitment, based on 9 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
Online test Video Final interview
Graduate, Brisbane
For me, resume > online aptitude assessment > recorded video interview questions > in-person interview and assessment question.
Graduate, Cairns
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.
Graduate, Rockhampton
It was reasonable and fair.
Graduate, Brisbane
Standard application submission with questions and resume upload, then aptitude test followed by a face to face interview.
Graduate, Cairns
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.
Midlevel, Brisbane
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.
Graduate, Rockhampton
Testing, video interview, telephone interview then face to face interview.
Graduate, Brisbane
Thorough. Early relative to some job applications which was good.
Midlevel, Brisbane
It was pretty straight forward and nothing dissimilar from the process of other companies
Graduate, Brisbane
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Questions relating to safety, why are you interested in the role, what do you know about the power sector and Energy Queensland, give examples of where you have been in a high-performing team and how did you contribute to this.
Graduate, Cairns
There was a safety-focused question, customer-focused question, proficiency/project-based question, the others related to knowledge of the business.
Graduate, Rockhampton
Safety, how to approach certain situations, engineering examples, question about my self and what motivates me.
Graduate, Cairns
The interview was quite long, so I cannot summarise everything. In general terms, the questions drilled into what you have specifically accomplished (not just the team you were in), and the outcomes.
Midlevel, Brisbane
Pick a technical problem you had to solve, give the details involved in it, and tell me about what you did to create the solution to that problem.
Graduate, Rockhampton
Not sure. Problem solving question relating to renewables. Safety.
Midlevel, Brisbane
The standard behavioural questions that most companies ask
Graduate, Brisbane
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Read about Energy Queensland, Energex, Ergon and Yurika. Have an understanding of how the network operates from grid to customer Don't be afraid to say you don't know things
Graduate, Brisbane
Do background research into the company and learn about what they do and what their organisational goals are.
Graduate, Cairns
I think your chances of being able to answer interview questions are greatly improved if you have worked for EQL at some point, so try and get vacation work with them. It gives you a good foundation of the business and how it works. If that's not possible, research the business, what they do, how they work.
Graduate, Rockhampton
I do not have specific tips when applying for this organisation, however when applying for any organisation it is important to be genuine. An interview is a two-way street - you are using this opportunity to figure out whether the company is a good fit for you as much as the organisation is looking to determine if you are a good fit for the company and role. Furthermore, for any interview it is important to think about how you want to present yourself. Be sure to prepare examples, situations and experiences which best represent yourself, your work ethic and your authentic brand.
Graduate, Brisbane
Be open and don't be afraid to ask questions, familiarise yourself with the power system industry.
Graduate, Cairns
Make sure you leave everything on the table. The interviewer only knows what you have told them about your career. You need to effectively communicate your achievements, and what that meant as an outcome. Use the STAR method.
Midlevel, Brisbane
Do some research about Energy Queensland, research interview questions for graduates and think about what you have done in relation to them.
Graduate, Rockhampton
Providing different aspects of your life to show that you're not one dimensional
Graduate, Brisbane