Following a success in the written test, you would normally be invited for an interview. The panel would usually consist of a minimum of three panelists.
The interview is a behavioural type one, where Interview questions are generally designed to tap applicant attributes that are specifically relevant to the job for which the person is applying. The job-relevant applicant attributes that the questions assess are thought to be necessary for one to successfully perform on the job.
The job-relevant constructs that will be assessed in the interview can be classified into three categories:
- General traits; panel will be investigating applicants motives, goals, person-organization fit, capacity to learn and openness to new experiences.
- Experiential factors; questions will be asked to scrutinize candidates’ job relevant knowledge derived from prior experience, education and training.
- Core job elements. Tests applicants leaned knowledge, ability to complete tasks required to do the job and willingness to exert the effort required to do the job.
Feedback is also provided to applicants within 2 weeks after the interview. In the case where you are not successful following an interview, feedback will be provided, stating areas of possible improvement.
An offer will be made to the successful candidate, subject to positive reference from named referee and medical certification.