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Suncor Energy is a global organisation that produces energy from a variety of sources including oil sands, wind farms and renewable fuels. The globally operated company employs more than 30,000 people and provides trusted energy to millions of homes worldwide.
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The numerical reasoning assessment helps Suncor understand how well you can solve problems with numbers. This might include percentages, ratios, multiplication, unit conversions and conversions.
Although the maths isn’t particularly challenging, the added pressure of the test being timed can make the test feel more intense and pressurised. It helps assess how candidates respond under pressure and their ability to problem solve at the same time.
The situational judgement test provides recruiters insight into your decision-making skills and how these align with the values of the company.
In this test, you will be provided with a range of workplace scenarios and must decide the best and worst responses to a given situation. Although there are no right or wrong answers, it’s important to be strategic in your approach.
The spatial reasoning test is another problem-solving assessment that measures a candidate’s ability to change and manipulate objects in both 2D and 3D dimensions.
This is a useful assessment for Suncor Energy so they can judge your ability to identify patterns or relationships between these shapes. This type of test is typically used to evaluate technical and engineering candidates. The type of test should definitely be practiced beforehand.
If you do well in online tests you may be invited to complete a pre-recorded interview. These interviews are reviewed by the recruitment team and they will decide who to move forward for in-person interviews.
To do well in pre-recorded interviews you should try to stay calm and relaxed. It’s important to display confidence and clarity with your answers.
The final stage of the recruitment process is a behavioural-based interview that is conducted either in-person or virtually, depending on your location.
The STAR technique can help with this when answering behavioural-based questions (situation, task, action and response).
Background checks and offer
Background checks provided by a third party are carried out before your job offer depending on your role. You may need to complete some additional steps in their recruitment process depending on the role you’ve applied for during this final stage.
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