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Capgemini Australia

4.4
  • > 100,000 employees

Application Process & Interviews at Capgemini Australia

8.8
8.8 rating for Recruitment, based on 18 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
Written application, assessment centre, and two interviews
Graduate, Sydney
There are a few rounds of assessments to go through if you join the company through the graduate program. First is the resume, followed by psychometric assessments, the assessment centre, and interviews.
Midlevel, Sydney
Assessment centre with interview, followed by final interview
Graduate, Sydney
The standard pre covid with online tests, then a assessment centre which was very breezy and you never felt under pressure. then an interview a few weeks after
Graduate, Adelaide
Thorough processes in place
Graduate, Melbourne
Standard graduate recruitment processes. The assessment center was one of the better ones I have attended.
Graduate, Melbourne
Online assessment > video interview > assessment center > HR interview 1 > Technical interview > HR interview 2
Graduate, Melbourne
Application, testing, assessment centre, final interview, offer
Graduate, Melbourne
Face to Face interviews, Presentation, Team work assessment.
Graduate, Adelaide
Initially I sent my resume, then I was contacted by a grad coordinator to complete an online assessment including verbal, numerical and logical. After passing this, I was invited in for an assessment center day and was contacted approx two weeks later informing me that I had passed and was welcomed to join the team. Very easy, good communication. Was also assigned a buddy before my start day in case I had any questions before my first day... what to wear, where to go etc.
Midlevel, Sydney
Testing, group interview and 1 on 1.
Midlevel, Adelaide
Interview and assessment center were quite fun. The second interview was much harder. Overall the process was fairly easy and was inclusive and positive.
Graduate, Melbourne
I submitted my resume and cover letter online. The interview format was an assessment center with various activities followed by a one on one interview. The company also gave a briefing about Capgemini and the division they were hiring for.
Graduate, Melbourne
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Why did you choose this company to apply for?
Graduate, Sydney
Mostly questions about my background, why I wanted to work at Capgemini, past experiences where I worked in a team. The interview felt a lot like a 'getting to know you' session, which I liked.
Midlevel, Sydney
Tell me about yourself, what do you know about the company, what difficult situations have you worked in
Graduate, Adelaide
How do you see yourself as a good fit with the organization and which values resembles yourself the most
Graduate, Melbourne
Mostly about myself, my interests and the work/projects I had done in the past
Graduate, Melbourne
What are your major skills, what are you passionate about, long term career plan.
Graduate, Adelaide
What company value do you see yourself most aligned to? What was a challenge you faced as part of a team? When was a time you were able to persuade a team of your idea and how did you do it? Do you think you will be able to learn about software since you are from a management/marketing background. General questions about uni and my other interests.
Midlevel, Sydney
How would I handle certain situations
Midlevel, Adelaide
Asked about my work experience Why I wanted to work for Capgemini
Graduate, Melbourne
Questions around my strengths and weaknesses, working in a team, a market sizing question/activity and elaborating on my experience in my resume.
Graduate, Melbourne
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Be authentic and passionate
Graduate, Sydney
Be clear about why you want to work at Capgemini in the particular role you are applying for. Make sure that you are happy with the company values.
Midlevel, Sydney
Relax and be yourself during assessment centres. Don't speak for the sake of speaking and don't let competitiveness get in the way of teamwork and collaboration.
Graduate, Sydney
Just be yourself!
Graduate, Adelaide
Be yourself and true to your skills, beliefs and thoughts
Graduate, Melbourne
Do your research and be prepared but most importantly, be yourself and let your personality shine.
Graduate, Melbourne
Know the company and the work that we do, be confident and take the lead in assessment centres
Graduate, Melbourne
Be yourself, be genuine
Graduate, Melbourne
Just be yourself, confident in your knowledge gap, and showcase your willingness of learning.
Graduate, Adelaide
Get to know the company values and have a look at the projects that we complete. If you find yourself getting excited about the work then it might be the right place for you. There will always be boring parts but at the end of a project, to see your teams work go live (be implemented and working as the clients needs it too)
Midlevel, Sydney
Focus on team dynamics
Midlevel, Adelaide
Just be yourself and do be afraid to show your difference in thinking
Graduate, Melbourne
Understand the company and why you want to work there. Ensure you demonstrate good team work when completing group activities .
Graduate, Melbourne
Be yourself and let the recruiter know what you are really passionate about! Also, do your research to understand what we do and care about (hint: 7 values)
Midlevel, Sydney