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O2 Situational Judgement Test

Regardless of having the actual SJT (Situational Judgement Test) or not, you will be asked questions on the topic at some point during O2's recruitment process. Thus, it is quite beneficial for you to begin to familiarize yourself with our version of the exam.

In an SJT exam, there are four sections you will encounter: decision making, problem-solving, interpersonal skills and organisational skills. In decision making, the goal is to know how you personally cope with making tough on the spot decisions. For problem-solving, your logical, critical and analytical skills will be put to the test. They will also compare your answers to the relevance of the position you are applying for. Next, we have interpersonal skills section which will question if your personality will successfully collaborate between the various departments to complete the task. Lastly, your organizational skills will be challenged in an assortment of cleverly stated questions.


O2 Hiring Process

O2’s application process is far from typical. Instead of the usual single interview method, you likely will find yourself in an assessment centre. Furthermore, O2's upper-management is careful with who they hire. The usual length before the final verdict is a month. Read on for more information on O2’s recruitment process:

  • Online CV Submission: Most past O2 job applicants have applied via their main website. There you can find a list of current vacant jobs along with the locations. After choosing your chosen position, you have two options. One is to share your Linkedin account, the other is personally uploading your CV after filling out a form with your personal detail.
  • Pre-Employment Telephone Screening: The telephone interview typically is not a surprise. Upon completion of your online application, you will be sent an email which will ask you to schedule a convenient time for a telephone interview.
  • Assessment Centre: In most cases, you will be asked to take part in an assessment centre event. In this one-day assemble there will be group exercises, puzzle solving tasks and role-playing. At some point during the day, you will be asked to present ideas on a chosen topic, likely related to your future O2 position. You also will attend presentations to further expand your knowledge of the company’s core values.
  • Face-to-Face Interview: Instead of the assessment centre, sometimes you are asked to come in for a standard interview. In these cases, you can expect SJT (Situation Judgement Test) questions asked. Additionally, there's a tendency of asking their job applicants to expand on what they know about O2 already. It’s always best to try to respond using the STAR method.

O2 Interview Questions

O2’s Interview questions are usually straightforward. Here are a few examples that you can begin to practice:

  • Why are you interested in this job?
  • What skills could you apply to our vacant position?
  • What do you suspect your greatest challenge will be during your career with us?

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