Since its rounding over 163 years ago, Savills developed to become an international real estate mogul with over 30,000 employees in over 60 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East, and revenue near £2 billion. As you think about preparing for the pre-hire process it is important to understand what type of tests and interviews you will face in order to best prepare for them. Savills will generally use Thomas International pre-hire exams to ensure that you can fulfill the duties set out in the position specs. JobTestPrep will take the guessing out of prepping and help boost you to success.
Time to measure up the Savills hiring process so you can begin preparing for ever segment. With so many positions at the company, let’s take a look at the Financial Analyst position – to give you a general overview.
Phone Meeting: The process begins with a phone meeting. This usually takes place with HR to review your CV and to review your skills sets, past employment and briefly explain the position
Online Tests: The company will invite you to take the Thomas International pre-hire test among others. We will provide a greater explanation of the test demands below.
In Person Interview: Next, you will be invited for a face-to-face with a senior director. The question will vary from technical to personal in nature. We have compiled a few samples of what may be asked below.
Panel Interview: You will now be faced with a group interview. To slow down the rapid-fire, create a conversation around your answers and if you find they are throwing questions too fast, politely request to be able to finish your thought.
In Person Excel Test: Excel is a very important tool in the financial world, as it allows for work to be streamlined and expedited. JobTestPrep has great resources and practices Excel tests to bring you up to speed.
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A: This can be tough. Think carefully about what the job demands of you and answer accordingly. If you know you will have to work long hours, you might answer “perseverance” or if you will dealing face-to-face with people you might answer “personable.”
Q: Compare this position to other you have applied for?
A: This is a trap question. Never compare companies, don’t tell them how many or how few you are applying for. Just let them know you interviewing at a few places and you are keeping all options on the table.
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