Allegis Group - Graduate Programme - Recruitment Consultant Interview Questions & Answers
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Graduate Programme - Recruitment Consultant
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Interview processAfter applying for the recruitment consultant position online, I received a telephone call a few weeks later. It was a quick phone conversation, ultimately asking why recruitment and why the Allegis group in particular.
Following on from this, I was then asked to come to their office for a face to face interview. It was arranged for the following week and a comprehensive interview pack was sent over via email. It was extremely thorough and proved really helpful (it basically told you the dos and dont's if you want to impress and want the role). The member of the recruitment team was really supportive with any further questions or queries I had related to the interview.
The actual interview itself lasted a (record breaking for me) 4 hours, but it flew by! The structure followed a one to one with different employees of the Allegis group. I met about 5 different people in total and all were really lovely. They would each introduce themselves, their role and how they are finding it. They would then ask questions related to my CV, my extra curriculum activities and really try to understand you as a person - including your motivations.
Each person I was interviewed by had different interview tactics, so each experience was different and the difficulty of each interview was diverse. It was a really challenging, but good interview experience.
Most difficult questionI was given a scenario and I had to work out what the best option/route to take would be, and to explain why i thought that. It required you to think quickly and be confident in your response. The interviewer was extremely positive though and was supportive in my answer.
Interview tipsBe prepared to really sell your strengths, whilst being yourself - but be realistic and honest. Really understand why you want to work in recruitment, and don't be afraid to say for the money! Learn about the company and research what you think working in recruitment will involve and how you would fit that role.
Follow and stick to the interview preparation pack, it is really helpful!
Experiences at the assessment centreIn my personal experience, there wasn't an assessment centre, but just a series of one to one interviews.
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
The interview took place in a relatively relaxed atmosphere; one on one chat around a small table ov
There was an initial phone interview, which I wasn't aware of as I only rang back for further detail
The initial telephone interview was very brief, and asked a standard set of questions: Why Recruitme
Obviously, as with any other company, the first thing I have done was to send my CV and cover Letter
Initial telephone interview lasted about 20 minutes with one of the higher ups in the graduate recru
I was contacted two days before the interview by email to let me know that I would be required to co
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