Assessment centre first, which had tests, speed interviews and a group exercise. Then a private interview with two senior team members.
Firstly, I applied with my CV and academic transcript. Secondly, I took a cognitive aptitude test (effectively an IQ test) Thirdly, I received a call; an invite to an assessment centre. Fourthly, we had an all-day assessment centre that involved some interviews, a group task and a written exam.
There is an assessment day where you involved in a group project, a short written exam and quick interview/problem solving questions.
Phone interview, online assessments, group interview - 'Assessment Center', final interview
My application required me to have achieved a minimum GPA which then qualified me for the 'Assessment Day' activities. These were varied with some quite unusual questions being asked, in hindsight I realise these were probably to assess how I go about solving problems. Once I passed the assessment day I was asked to come back for an interview, and from there I was offered the job.
Very intense and seemed quite long. Although there wasn't really anything unnecessary and it did give you some idea of the expectations of the business.
1. Started with sending in my CV when applying for graduate developer role. 2. Was asked to complete some psychometric tests online 3. Attend graduate assessment centre where they see how well you work in teams, and how you answer questions. 4. Final interview with head of solutions
The process was very good. After applying for the role, the assessments rolled out. These were speed tests for a range of areas including math and logic. For my role, there was only one interview.
There was an online aptitude test followed by a brief phone interview (behavioural and informative) and then a final assessment centre where there were various logical, maths and coding challenges
It was fun, and challenging. - Submit application - Perform three online tests (as one test) - Assessment centre - Outcome
I think it was a bit hard and long as we went through the same process as the graduates.
It began with a phone interview where you spoke about why you wanted to work at FNZ. Which then led to doing the psychometric testing. It then processed to an assessment day where you were given a group presentation, speed interviews and then an individual test. If you were processed you were given a final interview with a senior manager and then offered a job