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Je travaille chez Severn Trent à plein temps (Plus d'un an)
good resources avaialble within the company.
Everyday is a different day, you get so much opportunity to develop skills within your department and also outside the department. Management is very understanding, no bossy culture. You are given your own work (depending on the deaprtment) and have all authority to make decisions.
No major negatives about the company. Some people are not satisfied witht he salary bands but HR is working hard to introduce the tranparency in it. Salary comes with the hard and smart work - if you deserve it then you will get it.
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keep up the good work in developing people and leading them in the right direction. You all are fabulous and everyone look up to people.
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J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris +3 mois. J'ai passé un entretien à Severn Trent (Longbridge, Angleterre (Royaume-Uni)) en février 2017.
The interview process consisted of a standard online application form, some online assessments, and then an assessment day at their office in Longbridge. The online numerical and literacy tests were not too difficult, similar to a lot of companies.
The assessment day consisted of a group exercise, a role-place interview with your 'manager' about a hypothetical project scenario, a brief presentation on 'My Strengths and Weaknesses' (this topic was provided a week prior to the interview date) and a one to one competency based interview.
There were 8 of us at the assessment centre. I was the only undergraduate; everyone else was applying for a graduate position. The group exercise involved us being presented with a number of engineering schemes, which we had to read and discuss in a very short amount of time and then communicate our decision on which we thought was the best project based on the information we were given. This was quite easy; most of the other candidates were very quiet so I felt quite in control, though when they gave me feedback I was told I should look to ensure everyone's voice was heard.
The role-play scenario was a bit tougher. You had 20 mins or so to read through a large amount of information about a mock project and form some opinions on how it was going. You then had a chat with your 'manager' who asked you questions about the project and what you thought the team should do to address a number of issues with it.
The presentation and interview were relatively straightforward; it was mostly competency based, which is quite easy to prepare for as there are a lot of generic competency questions online to practice with.
We then had lunch and the chance to chat with a current graduate so we could ask questions about what it was like to work there. The day finished around 2pm.
I received an offer the same day by phone.
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