Email application, online interview, partner interview, in house assessment
Initial step includes completing an online form, submitting your CV/cover letter and doing an online interview. Next step is an assessment centre which tests potential employees regarding teamwork and client communication. The last step involves an interview with a manager and a partner. Overall, the hiring process is very similar across the industry. However, what was different with RSM is that each stage of the process is easy to follow. The last interview was very chill and engaging.
Online assessment - cognitive Video Interview - answer a few questions into a webcam Recruitment Session - history of the firm at the main office - meeting with grads, Personal Interview - Interview with managers or partner
Face to face interview with manager and partner and then an online assessment after the interview.
Initial video interview, behaviour/skill online test, in-office accounting test and face-2-face interview
There was a written application that needed to be filled out with the job advertisement. From there I was offered an interview and had to complete some cognitive testing before attending a face to face interview with some local partners.
Efficient and quick.
A large emphasis was placed on picking the right person and developing their skills
It was pretty standard. Online quizzes, applications and interviews. There was no real assessment centre component, they went straight to the interviews.
Application, video interview, online assessment, assessment centre (including an interview with a manager or partner), offer
I was lucky enough to skip this process as the executives in my office were already aware of me.
Graduate, Wagga Wagga
Detailed, well managed and organised.
For the graduate program, a standard application is submitted, followed by video interviews. After the video interviews, there was an assessment centre and then testing followed the AC, which is not something I had seen done at other companies.
Smooth and a basic accounting assessment
I put in my resume around June/July and never heard anything back, it was because someone told me to reapply in November that I actually got the job. After getting the job I heard that my June/July application got lost and that was why I never heard back. Regardless whether or not this was true, re-applying was super easy and very fast. within a few days I had a phone interview, the following week I had a partner and manager interview, a few days later I had a written test and then a week after that I got the call offering me a contract. All together it took about 2.5 weeks.
Asked to submit a video interview with 3 or so one minute responses to questions. Then months later I got a call and chatted to HR before quickly being called in for an interview. Received offer days later, but was called back to do an online intelligence assessment before finally signing contract.
While I didn't apply for a grad position, RSM was really proactive in their hiring process. They were quick to inform me of updates regarding my application, and the process itself was done in a way that made you feel comfortable.
The interview was not daunting, I felt like I was just having a conversation with a friend.
Both were very good. The right sort of questions were asked to get an idea of who I am as a person and how I will fit in rather than situational questions. The assessments help them understand my capabilities and critical thinking skills
I had two sets of interviews which differs to the graduate process as I entered as an undergraduate.