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Founded in 1858 as the National Bank of Australasia and merged with Commercial Bank of Sydney in 1982, National Australia Bank is one of the ‘big four’ banks in Australia. The company employs more than 30,000 people worldwide.
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Should you pass the online assessment, you will be invited to the next stage of the application process, the video interview. This is not an interview conducted over a video call, but rather an on-demand interview where you will record your answers to pre-determined questions.
You will be shown a question and then will be given a certain amount of time to prepare for it and answer the question. The interview usually takes between 10–20 minutes to complete.
Although this is not a traditional interview, it is important that you treat it like one. This means maintaining eye contact with the webcam and dressing professionally.
We recommend preparing by doing some research on the company and thinking about previous education, work and life experiences that you can draw on.
If you are successful in the video interview, you will advance to the final stage of the process, the Engagement Centre. These are typically held in May/June; you will receive details on the specific dates once they are finalised.
The engagement centre is conducted over Zoom, though you should still dress professionally as if it were in person. During the day you will participate in a range of interactive individual and group activities, as well as interviews.
NAB uses the Engagement Centre to learn more about you and how you work, to ensure you will be a good fit for the company and the position. The hiring team will be looking at how you tackle problems individually and in a team, as well as essential ‘soft skills’ such as leadership, communication, teamwork and listening.
You will participate in behavioural interviews at the engagement centre, where you can expect questions on your traits and competencies. During the interview, it is essential that you draw on examples from your previous work experiences, academics or another area of your life to back up your response.
You should also use the interviews as an opportunity to ask some questions of your own, as this not only helps you learn more about the role but helps display your interest to the hiring managers.
After the Engagement Centre, successful applicants will receive an offer.
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