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Viva Energy Australia

4.4

Application Process & Interviews at Viva Energy Australia

8.3
8.3 rating for Recruitment, based on 9 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
My interview process was for my internship, after which i was offered a Graduate role. For my internship, I undertook psychometric and mathematic testing, which was followed by a phone interview.
Graduate, Melbourne
Once the applications are submitted, you will be contacted for an interview. After the interview, you would be contacted again for references and other necessary assessment.
Intern, Geelong
Online application, followed by an online recorded interview then finally an interview.
Graduate, Geelong
Apply, Interview, referee checks.
Intern, Geelong
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Intern, Geelong
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Intern, Melbourne
Standard interview face to face, no graduate assessment center. Final interview with HR and team manager.
Graduate, Melbourne
Had a formal interview discussing what the role would entail and what I could hope to gain from the experience
Intern, Brisbane
Very simple, easy process to apply. Process is face to face rather than online or assessment centre which I prefer.
Intern, Geelong
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
1. Behavioural and situational questions 2. What I know about Viva Energy 3. Why I want to work at Viva Energy
Graduate, Melbourne
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Intern, Geelong
Personnel questions, based on difficulties, achievements and ambition
Intern, Geelong
A large number of safety based questions and anecdotal evidence of how you react in situations. A lot was talking from previous experience. They asked if I had any questions and why I wanted to work for the company.
Intern, Geelong
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Intern, Melbourne
How would you solve problems in various situations
Graduate, Melbourne
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
1. Research who Viva Energy is and what we do 2. Be clear about why you are interested in the industry; it is broad, and there are lots of parts to it
Graduate, Melbourne
It would be great for interested participants to think about some of the popular interview questions out there. I.e. know your strengths and weakness, past project experiences from work/university. They can come in handy when you are asked to discuss your characteristics.
Intern, Geelong
Research the company, who they are and what they are about, it will greatly help toward the interview and provide much needed direction when working.
Intern, Geelong
Understand the 'Viva behaviours' as they resonate strongly throughout the company. See how you show them and convey this in everything you submit
Intern, Geelong
Read up on the company, it has a very interesting history. Overall, be yourself and show how eager you are. I did not have the best grades and have two years left in my degree, but I really wanted to work for Viva Energy. I tried to show this as much as possible in my interview and I guess it paid off.
Intern, Geelong
Investigate this company's history and legacy and what has happened during the transition from Shell to Viva and how that has affected the corporate structure of the company.
Intern, Melbourne
Research the company before attending the interview, be critical with oneself before entering interview.
Graduate, Melbourne
Research what Viva is all about, their culture and their business
Intern, Brisbane