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1 Shell Interview Skills Presentation
FUEL YOUR CAREER Shell Interview Skills Presentation

2 Presentation Overview
Introduction What Shell Looks for in its Employees Shell’s Recruitment Process Sample Exercises Degree and Career Matrix Questions?

3 What Shell looks for in candidates
Academic Record Your academic record is one key factor in the assessment of your application Skills & Achievements Extra-curricular activities and achievements are strong evidence to help aid our understanding of the type of person you are Technical Skills Technical skills are both essential and highly valued CAR Capacity, Achievement, Relationships

4 What Shell looks for in candidates
CAPACITY The ability to analyse data quickly and learn fast, basing judgments on fact not sentiment Analysing outside existing boundaries to identify implications and learn from others The creativity to propose innovative solutions and manage uncertainty within complex environments to produce workable solutions In other words, your analytical ability to place problems in a wide but relevant perspective Facilitator should broaden this topic if needed.

5 What Shell looks for in candidates
ACHIEVEMENT The drive and enthusiasm to set themselves and others challenging unambiguous targets The resilience to deliver The courage and self-confidence to tackle unfamiliar problems and go against the crowd when necessary In other words, your ability to get things done

6 What Shell looks for in candidates
RELATIONSHIPS Genuine respect and concern for people and valuing everyone regardless of culture or status Demonstrating honesty and integrity in all their actions Creating trust by open and direct communications Persuading others by the inspiration, sensitivity and clarity of their argument Arranging clear means of communication and decision making In other words, your ability to work efficiently with others in a team

7 Shell’s Recruitment Process
Candidate profile at Structured interview on campus Shell Recruitment Day or Second Interview Job offer Start

8 Application Application Forms
Applications should be completed online (www.shell.com/careers) Attach copies of required documents (resume and transcript) Submit Candidate Profile to receive notification of future opportunities matching degree and interests Offer any additional/Personal advice you can at this time – anacdotal evidence etc.

9 Application Resumes Tailor resume to the job/organisation
Do not have unexplained gaps in work history Include achievements – both academic and non-academic Keep it short – preferably one to two pages Beware of exaggerating achievements

10 The Campus Interview Why Use a Structured Interview?
Shell follows an interview process that is intended to explore candidate qualities that are directly related to excellent performance Creates more valid selection decisions

11 The Campus Interview Introduction by Shell Interviewer Life Questions
Achievements, Relationships Analysis of a contemporary topic Capacity Questions

12 The Campus Interview Benefits for the Applicant
Provides applicants with the opportunity to elaborate on experiences, qualifications and skills Provides a fair and robust process of evaluating all applicants by the same criteria

13 The Campus Interview Interview Tips Be yourself Speak clearly
Ask for clarification if you do not understand a question Don’t be afraid to ask for time to think Keep your answers relevant to the question Ask questions – be sure to leave the interview having covered all areas you are unsure about – training, job locations, when you should expect to hear the outcome of the interview

14 The Shell Recruitment Day
What Is It? Final stage of the selection process Global process across the Shell Businesses for determining and assessing individual performance and behaviour Several candidates participate (usually 6-12) Involves a variety of tasks, both individual and group exercises

15 The Shell Recruitment Day
No competition between participants Shell’s objective is to look for reasons to hire (not reasons to reject) Evidence-based assessment Objective criteria with graded levels Ensures consistency in selection methods Criteria tuned to gauge potential success in Shell’s work environment

16 The Shell Recruitment Day
Benefits for the Applicant Enables individuals to learn more about the specific business in Shell where they may be working Provides further insight on what a Shell career offers Allows applicants to interact with diverse Shell managers Facilitates decision-making for the individual on the fit with the company Provides the opportunity for an applicant to showcase their skills and capabilities in a team environment

17 The Shell Recruitment Day
The first evening – Shell welcomes you Briefing and Dinner hosted by new Shell employees The Shell Recruitment Day 6-12 candidates and 4-8 Assessors (Shell Staff) Exercises Proposal/Scenario Case Study Group Discussion Interview Close/Wrap up

18 The Shell Recruitment Day
NEXT STEPS Results available Max within 5 working days Offer Identification of first assignment Get to know you meeting (site visit)

19 Second Interview/Site Visit
In some cases, candidates may be invited to a second interview/site visit in lieu of a Shell Recruitment Day Benefits Candidate may have the opportunity to demonstrate technical skills, by delivering technical presentation or in interview with managers Enables individuals to learn more about the specific business in Shell where they may be working Gain introduction to current technologies onsite

20 Sample Exercises INTERVIEW PRACTICE
In groups of 3 assume the following roles: Interviewer Interviewee Observer In turn, practice your interview skills benefiting from the observations made by your peers Give the groups approx 20 mins. 5 mins for each to practice being the interviewee and a few minutes for the observers to make their comments. Tell them when it is time to swap roles. Walk around the groups picking up any interesting comments you can mention once finished You may want to hand out the next 3 slides for the participants to crib from while participating in the exercise

21 Sample Exercises INTERVIEWER - Probe the interviewee for evidence of their achievements and relationship skills Can you give me an example of leading a team of people? How did you motivate them? How did you manage conflict? What was your biggest challenge? Can you give me an example of when you have demonstrated significant resilience to achieve your target? What obstacles did you face? How did you overcome them? What could you have done to prevent obstacles?

22 Sample Exercises INTERVIEWEE Think about the question and your answer
Remember what evidence the interviewer is looking for Focus on what YOU did Be enthusiastic about your achievements Keep your answers relevant to the question Give sufficient background information to set the scene, but be careful not to digress from the question

23 Sample Exercises OBSERVER Listen to the interviewee
Were their answers relevant? Did they digress? What did they do well? What could they improve upon? Make notes during the interview and give constructive feedback to the interviewee

24 Business Matrix

25 Technical Matrix

26 Any Questions?


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