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Westpac is an Australian bank and financial services provider, established in 1817 as the Bank of New South Wales. With customers and offices based around the world, working at Westpac offers a global career.
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Candidates for most roles will be invited for at least one type of interview, whether that is a video interview, a phone interview or straight into a face-to-face interview.
Video interviews involve answering a series of pre-recorded questions, usually competency-based, looking for examples of your skills, experience and qualifications that match the essential knowledge for the role. These are more likely to be found in the graduate and intern application process.
For some roles, a phone interview can provide similar questions, and give you space to show your knowledge and ask your own questions.
Face-to-face interviews are still an important part of the application process, and they can sometimes be used as an initial interview, a second interview, or as part of an assessment centre.
Whatever form the interview takes, this is the time for you to shine, demonstrating your research and knowledge about the role, the business, and the wider financial industry. Using the information provided in the job profile, provide examples that demonstrate that you have the right skills and aptitudes that are needed.
If you are successful in your interview, you can expect to be invited to a half day assessment centre. This takes place in a Westpac office, and several candidates participate in a number of solo and group projects designed to test your interpersonal and business skills.
You will be under assessment throughout the whole day, and you can expect to take part in a group activity, a solo project, a presentation and an interview. You will also have the opportunity to speak to other employees, get questions answered and really showcase your personality and your ‘uncommon mind’ – the part that Westpac is really interested in.
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What our customers say about our Westpac tests
November 09, 2022
I learned about the relationship between staff and employees and how to be very diplomatic when dealing with clients.
Papua New Guinea
September 26, 2022
Problem solving/ Dicision making
The test helped me solve problems and also made me see the importance of good customer service. The test should at least add on 5 more minutes to the time limit. Enjoyed it😊
November 17, 2021
I liked that the test was clear and realistic. I also liked the way there were most and least in each option, which made the decisions more specific. I didn't dislike anything in particular.
October 22, 2021
Ethics & work culture
I did not fully understand that in a scenario there are 4 questions and you can only answer a most and least and not even to all of them. There was no explanation for the same.
October 20, 2021
Not applicable to my scenario
The questions are not appropriate for all scenarios and may need a description before taking the test.
September 20, 2021
A lot seems to be about how you manage your time and prioritise. Also, whether you are willing to give up your own spare time for the sake of the company.