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TSA Management Australia

3.3
  • 100 - 500 employees

Application Process & Interviews at TSA Management Australia

8.2
8.2 rating for Recruitment, based on 5 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
A preliminary questionnaire was first completed. Next step was a Group Interview/ Workshop which included introductions, activities and a Group task which was to be presented to members of the team. If progressed, a formal interview was offered to successful candidates.
Graduate, Sydney
The interview process was really good. It started with an online application where I answered some basic questions about myself and described my work history. Following this was the online aptitude test, and then a group interview. I was flown to Sydney for this interview, the company paid for my flights and taxi to and from the airport. They made me feel really good about being there, so I instantly got a good vibe about the place. After the group interview, I had a solo interview, which I had to do over Skype. A few weeks later I got sent my letter of offer.
Graduate, Brisbane
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Midlevel, Melbourne
Straight forward
Midlevel, Sydney
I had one interview although sometimes I believe for a certain role there may be a couple. I had a great chat with one of the directors and an associate director who welcomed me from the get-go and made me feel very relaxed. What was meant to be a 30 min interview turned into 1.5hours of chatting and it was great. Best interview I've ever had
Experienced, Sydney
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Questions regarding my previous job roles, University degree, my role models, the company, what to expect working at TSA etc.
Graduate, Sydney
During the group interview we did some general ice-breaker exercises as well as an informal networking session where we just chatted with members of the office team as well as our fellow applicants. Following this, we had a group exercise where he had to brainstorm ideas and present them to a panel, taking questions when we were done. During the solo interview, I was asked a lot of questions about my work history. I was quite surprised because I got a lot of questions about my work experience in the hospitality industry and how I managed relationships with customers.
Graduate, Brisbane
Past experience, project expectations, attributes and interests.
Midlevel, Melbourne
Work Experience, Education & questions to get to know what is important to you.
Midlevel, Sydney
My interests outside of work; What my strengths and weaknesses were; how I deal with stress; examples of projects or work I have done in the past.
Experienced, Sydney
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Highlight your skills that you have developed working casual roles such as resiliency, managing expectations, organisational skills, extra curricular activity, confident and outgoing.
Graduate, Sydney
I'd recommend that for both the group and individual interviews you try your best to relax and not worry too much about demonstrating technical aptitude. It will probably be a bit different from your experience in university, but I got the impression that the key things that the company was looking for were confidence, self awareness, a structured approach to problem solving, and good interpersonal skills. For the group workshop task, try not to be the person coming up with all the best ideas, instead be the mediator.
Graduate, Brisbane
BE HONEST. There isn't any point in committing to a position which doesn't fit your needs. Understand your strengths and areas you want to improve prior to interviewing.
Midlevel, Melbourne
Be prepared but also be yourself.
Midlevel, Sydney
Prepare. Be proud of yourself without being cocky. When asked about weaknesses although mention how you manage them or how you are working on improving them. Don't pigeon hole yourself in one industry as construction works across all industries.
Experienced, Sydney