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NAB

4.5
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Application Process & Interviews at NAB

8.7
8.7 rating for Recruitment, based on 12 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
I completed an online application, participated in some online questionnaire/psychometric testing, participated in a video interview (questions on a screen which you record your response to), then an in-person assessment centre comprising of a group activity and an individual interview. I was then offered a role and asked to complete a background check.
Graduate, Melbourne
It was an online application , online assessment, assessment centre which consisted of a group activity + interview.
Graduate, Sydney
Psych testing, online interview, assessment centre, interview
Graduate, Melbourne
I interviewed for the internship and was lucky enough to be kept on for the graduate program. The internship followed the normal processes of assessment centres etc but in person as this was 2019
Graduate, Melbourne
1- Online application 2- Online Aptitude tests 3- Video Interview 4- Assessment centre: Group activity - Team of 7 tasked with devising how to improve customer experience at the bank Individual interview
Graduate, Melbourne
The interview process consisted of several stages: Online application and pre-screening questions, Online test, Video Interview, and finally an Assessment Centre
Graduate, Melbourne
HR were quick to get back to you and process was smooth.
Graduate, Sydney
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Why I wanted to work for NAB, how I'd succeeded in a team environment previously.
Graduate, Melbourne
I was asked why I wanted to work at NAB, Why are I was interested in markets, what do I think has been one of the largest factors affecting the Australian economy in the last 10 years, what are interest rates currently sitting at and how many planes are currently flying over Sydney airport.
Graduate, Sydney
What do you think will challenge you at this job
Graduate, Melbourne
Why do you want to work at NAB? What are the biggest risks/challenges facing the finance industry?
Graduate, Melbourne
Why did you choose NAB? Tell me a little bit about yourself.
Graduate, Melbourne
Behavioural questions, group work, presenting and problem solving questions.
Graduate, Sydney
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Research the company
Graduate, Melbourne
Become familiar with the company and its programs, both related to core businesses and community outreach. Have a clear response about why you want to work for NAB and not just any bank.
Graduate, Melbourne
Learn as much as they can about the company, and emphasise the values that NAB shares during your interview.
Graduate, Sydney
Talk about NAB values
Graduate, Melbourne
Do research about the company, make a good resume and practice common interview questions as much as possible
Graduate, Melbourne
Be yourself. Nab is very interested in person as well as experience.
Graduate, Melbourne
Show that you have some understanding of the sector you're applying for. Be clear as to why you are interested in applying for the company and be able to demonstrate how you align with their strategic ambition.
Graduate, Melbourne
Ensure candidates cite examples of their part-time work and extra curricular activities in their responses.
Graduate, Melbourne
Know the stream/area you applied for as well as you can.
Graduate, Sydney