Practise for Thames Water's Assessments

Are you interested in joining Thames Water, Britain’s largest water and sewerage company?
If so, prepare in advance for the assessments involved, especially for the CEB's SHL test, because the more you practise in advance, the better chances you will have to succeed.

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About Thames Water

Thames Water provides clean water, and takes away waste water. The company’s headquarter is in Reading.

Open Positions

Among the many available positions in Thames Water’s offices around England, you can find:

Instrumentation, control & automation (ICA) technician in Barking Area service manager in Ware
Performance manager in Enfield Technician in Bourne End

Preparation for Thames Water's Recruitment Process

The different steps in the Thames Water hiring process are:

  • Online Application: Send your CV to the relevant position.
  • Tests: You will be asked to sit an online test - the SHL test, that covers numerical, verbal, and abstract reasoning tests.
    Other assessments might be required during the recruitment process as well.
  • Interview: The interview might be a recorded interview, in which you record your answers, or onsite – with the professional manager/s.
  • Assessment Centre: You will be invited for an assessment day. During this day you will participate in activities such as group exercise and presentation. Also, there might be interviews and tests.

Thames Water’s Aptitude Tests

The exams you are required to take help in assessing your suitability for the role and company. Significant assessments are the SHL tests.

  • SHL tests: JobTestPrep’s PrepPacks™ offer SHL-style verbal analysis, calculation and numerical reasoning practice tests, figural drills, and more useful materials. If you practice with our products, you will be ready for the real exams.

The following tests could be required as well:

  • SJT (Situational Judgement Tests): Examines you problem-solving skills, by giving you different scenarios. You have to select a possible response to each scenario.
  • Personality: Assesses your traits and behaviour, such as dominance and social skills, in accordance to the characteristics relevant for the particular position.
  • Excel: Measures your level and knowledge in Excel.

Thames Water’s Interview Questions

It is recommended to prepare answers for the following questions:

  • Why did you apply for the position?
  • Tell me about a situation in which you overcame a difficult challenge.
  • What do you know about Thames Water, and why do you want to work with us?
  • How do you deal with stress at work?
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