Signet - Allocator Interview Questions & Answers
Difficulty rating 6 / 10
- Positive 1/1
- Neutral 0/1
- Negative 0/1
Difficulty rating 60.0 / 100
Interview processMy interview felt more like a conversation, rather than an interview. I didn't feel too much pressure, I felt like the interviewer really opened me up in terms of going over my CV and asking me about things I've done more in detail. She was conversing with me as opposed to asking blunt questions.
Most difficult questionWhen did you decide to become an Allocator?
Because the truth is I am willing to start any graduate level job that comes with good career progression.
Interview tipsAlways research the company's background, check the skills they are looking for in an individual. Thus allowing you to mention those skills in an interview and giving them what they are looking for. It would be great to back up your skills, by using examples in the past or how you developed this skill. Also, when they ask you why they should hire you try not to sound 'overconfident' as it isn't an attractive trait.
Experiences at the assessment centreThe assessment centre will consist of a numerical test, if this is passed with an 80% then you will be progressed to one final interview. The numerical test is after being selected and passing a phone interview.
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
The first couple of stages included a mixed numerical and verbal test, and through success in this l
I had to give a 5 minute presentation on a topical news issue of my choice. I then had a panel inter
I was asked about my previous experience & my course, how they were relevant to the job I was applyi
First there was an interview with the Coding and Tenders Manager and the Corporate Procurement Contr
The first step was a telephone interview which lasted about 20 minutes, and asked about my universit
The interviews were scattered throughout the day, mine was after the initial group exercise in the m
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