I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Australia and New Zealand Banking in February 2014.
Interview Details – There were too many people lined up for the position. No information nothing, the whole process not at all related to the post. Total 28 people rounded up and HR Manager taken GD.Then some nonsense rounds. Total around 10 rounds and after that salary below average this is all about so called ANZ!!!! They need only cheap employees.....
I applied through an employee referral - interviewed at Australia and New Zealand Banking in October 2013.
Interview Details – It is a very long process with includes around 7 rounds lot of ascent testing & Communication is checked
Interview Question – Email Writing Lot of complaint mails to be written with in the given period of time Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Australia and New Zealand Banking in September 2013.
Interview Details – I had one but detailed interview over phone. The conversation took about an hour. The questions were relevant. I was asked to explain Performance Testing cycle and how I had been conducting it in my past experience. Later questions were about managing a performance testing team. There was no non-sense and all questions seemed for the sake of assessment. I was told right on the call that I look good and if I am ready to work on 1 year fixed-term contract.
As for the process, the shortlisted candidates were supposed to visit Singapore for in person interview. After the call I was informed by the recruiter in the middle that they've positive feedback and I will be contacted shortly. I heard from them in 10 days that I have been shortlisted and will be confirmed when exactly they want me for in person interview.
However, later I did not hear from them. As of now, it's been 3 weeks till their last call. I had been following up but no luck.
Interview Question – As such all questions were relevant and there was no non-sense. It went well. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Australia and New Zealand Banking in September 2012.
Interview Details – Initial application - stock standard stuff, put in your marks, academic transcript, some behavioural questions
Psychometric testing - SHL tests on verbal, numerical and logical reasoning
Assessment centre - A case study which needs to be presented individually to senior manager(s) in an interview scenario. The interviewers will ask you some questions on your attempt at the case study to test your ability to think on your feet. After this, interview becomes a behavioural type interview where interviewers tap your wealth of experience to ascertain whether or not they think you will be a good fit at the bank. After this, group activity which aimed to assess your ability to work in a team and get ideas bouncing around the room. Then a repeat of some of the psychometric testing, basically to ensure that it was actually you who completed the testing the first time around. Finally, an informal Q&A presentation from a current or past graduate employee.
Interview Question – During the behavioural component of the interview: Tell us about a time you stood back and saw the bigger picture. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Australia and New Zealand Banking in August 2009.
Interview Details – Online test followed by an assessment centre
involve a group case study and a behavioral interview
Interview Question – case study require you to identify 3 potential banks for acquisition. Answer Question
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