Sibelco is a material solutions company, utilizing nature’s raw materials to provide solutions.
Among available positions in Sibelco are the following positions in the Australia offices, for which you may need to take the Saville test:
The Sibelco hiring process is comprehensive, and can include the following steps:
Application: Update and edit your CV, and send it to the relevant position.
Pre-interview: You may get a phone call from Sibelco’s HR manager to schedule an interview. Before the interview, do a research about the company and the hiring process, and go through your CV.
Face-to-face Interview(s): Might include a couple of rounds: with the HR manager, the professional manager, and the CEO.
Exams: You might perform some tests, among them are Saville exams: These include numerical comprehension and analysis, verbal and diagrammatic testing. For more information about Saville, click here.
Assessment Centre: If you are invited for an Assessment Centre, you’ll spend a day or two performing tests and having several interviews. Moreover, the Assessment Centre offers a more precise means of evaluating prospective employees, with tasks that may include: a presentation, participating in group’s discussions and in-tray exercises, acting out different scenarios, and role playing.
Sibelco’s Aptitude Tests
A part of the exams might be Saville tests: Comprehension tests, analysis, and a diagrammatic test. JobTestPrep’s PrepPacks™ offer various practice tests, study guides and exercises that will give you a feel and understanding of the Saville tests.
cut-e Test: If you study with our materials, you will be well prepared for the real exam. Therefore, your chances to pass the hiring process at Sibelco will increase.
The following general tests could be part of the process as well:
SJT: Situational judgement test. Its goal is to illustrate a perspective of your work etiquette, problem solving skills, and managerial abilities.
Personality: Evaluates your work-related skills: Strengths and weaknesses, characteristics, and behaviour.
Excel: Evaluates your excel level and knowledge, according to what is relevant to the position.