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Monadelphous Australia

4.0
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Application Process & Interviews at Monadelphous Australia

8.2
8.2 rating for Recruitment, based on 36 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
Telephone interview, then in person interview. Completed paperwork, and then mobilised to site.
Graduate, Sunshine Coast
The hiring process was pretty easy. I applied online and got a response to do a recorded video interview. After that, I got a call that I did well on my video interview and was asked to do an interview at the Brisbane office with the General Manager and the Business Improvement Manager. Then got an offer on the same day.
Graduate, Brisbane but currently based in Gladstone
There were no official assessments and the interview was fairly relaxed. Most of the process was with a lady from HR who was liaising with my prospective managers so I didn't have anything to do with them until the final deciding interview. I was a few minutes late but one of the interviewers was a further few minutes late so my stress was eased and we had a good laugh.
Graduate, Perth
I submitted my application online. Then I received a call advising I was shortlisted and received insight of the company and was invited to an Assessment Centre. At the Assessment Centre, I had a few group activities and an interview with the HSE manager and HR.
Graduate, Perth
The interview process was very efficient. I had the interview on Friday afternoon and got the offer Monday morning. The interview was quite straightforward and easy to understand.
Graduate, Perth
I came through the vacation program and was offered a job after I finished that. Interview process for the vac program consisted of a recorded interview, then an Assessment Centre.
Graduate, Kalgoorlie
I had an online interview, a face to face interview then was hired.
Graduate, Gladstone
I complete an online interview and then a face to face interview. I was then presented with an offer.
Graduate, Perth
I filled in an online application, did a video interview & then did a face-to-face interview.
Graduate, Perth
The Video interview asking questions about yourself and the Phone screening was casual conversation
Graduate, Brisbane
The interview process involved a few different online interviews with one face to face interview which was part of an Assessment Centre. My references were contacted as well. I'd say it was a through process.
Graduate, Perth
The interview was more of a discussion about the role than a test of wits which I liked.
Midlevel, Christchurch
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Tell me about yourself? Where do you see yourself in X years? What do you want to achieve in life?
Graduate, Sunshine Coast
What safety experience have you had? Identifying hazards? Working in teams experience? Willingness to work in different locations & conditions?
Graduate, Mudgee
Most of the questions asked were behavioural questions. For example, Give us an example of how you handled a difficult person and how you resolved it.
Graduate, Brisbane but currently based in Gladstone
They asked about myself and my motivations for choosing accounting as well as my knowledge of mining/engineering and Monos.
Graduate, Perth
Describe a time you had to work with someone you didn't get along with and how did you deal with it, describe a time where your ideas clashed with someone else and what was the outcome, describe a time where you showed leadership skills
Graduate, Perth
Typical questions about conflict resolution; why did you study your degree; why do you want to work at this company; how do you work in team environments, etc.
Graduate, Perth
Limited number of questions, mainly around being an appropriate fit for the company culture rather than being able to perform technically.
Graduate, Perth
I remember I was asked questions relating to the company's five core values, Teamwork, Achievement, Integrity, Loyalty, Safety Wellbeing.
Graduate, Kalgoorlie
I was asked about myself, what challenges I have faced in certain circumstances, why I wanted to work in this industry and what direction I'd like my career to head in.
Graduate, Gladstone
Teamwork, personality etc questions. More emphasis on how I work with people rather than technical skills
Graduate, Perth
What was my previous experience? When in the workplace did I have to display leadership? How did I fix an error I made? and what was the final result?
Graduate, Perth
Why did I choose to do my degree?
Graduate, Brisbane
There were some HR type question which I always struggle to answer and don't find really sell me properly
Midlevel, Christchurch
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Have a real think about why safety matters to you, and what you're going/looking to bring to work every day.
Graduate, Mudgee
I would recommend always preparing before doing the interviews since most of them are behavioural questions.
Graduate, Brisbane but currently based in Gladstone
1. Be up to date on current events concerning your area and/or the company. 2. Networks are important; if you know anyone already working there, ask them to put a good word in for you. 3. Don't forget to smile.
Graduate, Perth
Relax, it's not as daunting as you may think it is and be yourself.
Graduate, Perth
boost the CV first and prepare something you did in the past that impressed everyone
Graduate, Perth
Understand what major contracts are being worked on, and what you know from previous work. Uni experiences weren't as useful.
Graduate, Perth
The best practice is to prepare responses to the typical questions listed above and be able to adapt these responses to the questions asked. Also be confident and clear when in the interview process.
Graduate, Perth
- be calm - be honest - have fun - know your resume inside out as interviewers will pick at things to try and get to know you better - charity work and social clubs are your number 1 environment to learn core values and to apply them (if you haven't joined a unit club or done charity work then now is the time to apply yourself in your community)
Graduate, Tom Price
Read up on the STAR method, it makes answering questions a lot easier. Also just stay relaxed, the team is quite relaxed and easy to get along with.
Graduate, Gladstone
Be yourself-your attitude is the most important consideration for the hiring team.
Graduate, Perth
Learn and understand what Monadelphous does, the differences between East/West coast and the M&IS / EC divisions. If you can understand that, you've already got a good head start. If you can learn current projects being completed, even better.
Graduate, Brisbane
Look through company values and have safety themed answers ready
Graduate, Perth
Research the company and understand what they do. Remember their core values show enthusiasm and as much confidence as possible as you answer the questions (without being arrogant).
Graduate, Perth
Don't treat the interview too formally, the people here prefer it to flow like a conversation.
Graduate, Perth
Think of situations in your previous work place or just life in general that have been difficult and how you dealt with that.
Graduate, Murrarie
I found the best way to get hired would be to be myself and build relationships. The other graduates that were hired were well spoken and didn't seem to stress about it too much.
Graduate, Perth
Know the company values and the company culture. Try to know a bit about the job you're going for so you can ask appropriate questions
Midlevel, Christchurch