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Responsibility:
3.7/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4.1/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.2/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
4/5
 
Company Culture:
4/5
 
Career Progression:
3.8/5
 
Colleagues:
4.1/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
4/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.8/5
 

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Application Advice:

Be yourself and focus on the skills you have learnt and how you could apply them to work situations.

Interview Advice:

Relax, it is a two-way process. E.ON want to get the best out of you, and you want to see if the company will be a good fit for you.

Customer Operations Leadership Graduate, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

E.ON are looking for their future leaders and if you believe you see yourself as a leader then go for it!

Do your research on our company values and the competencies we look for and feel free to come and meet us at careers fairs for a further insight.

Interview Advice:

Do prepare in advance. Make sure you have examples for potential questions, E.ON do normally send over the competency model (you can google this too) use this to develop examples where you have displayed such skills.

Example question:

Tell us about a time you lead/supported change?

Finance Graduate Traniee, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Think why you would want to work in the energy industry.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Finance Graduate, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Have solid examples of when you have dealt with different circumstances like dealing with change, dealing with challenging environments, implementing change, stretching yourself in an uncomfortable situation.

Interview Advice:

Most of all I would advise you to be yourself and be comfortable - it got me the job.

Customer Operations Leadership Graduate Trainee, at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Importance of commercial awareness and leadership skills.

Graduate Engineer, Renewable Energy at E.ON
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Application Advice:

A good knowledge of the energy industry and a genuine interest in learning more about it is essential.

Finance Graduate, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Be honest, know your stuff around energy, however the most important thing is being able to manage people.

Interview Advice:

Remember the person interviewing you is a potential colleague not trying to catch you out.

Innovation Manager, Innovation at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Focus on the customer and what the customer wants. Also, be yourself, they're a really nice company who want to know you not a business/work version of you.

Interview Advice:

Previous experience and competency questions based around it were frequent. Would brush up on STAR technique.

Duty Manager, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Really understand E.ON and it's values, be passionate and be personable and approachable.

Service Delivery Team Manager, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

If you're serious about E.ON. Try practicing online testing else where (Mock websites or other grad scheme applications).

Interview Advice:

Understand the energy market. Do your research and don't just rely on talking about renewable energy, the market is more in depth than that

HR Graduate, Human Resources at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Know your company. Being aware of what a companies values are, what challenges they are facing, what solutions they offer customers will really help to stand out when you go through the multiple stages of assessment.

Interview Advice:

Dress for the job you want not the job you are applying for. First impressions last a life time and chances are the people that interview you will have a hand in your progression in the time you will spend at the company. Be aware of what you do and do not know. Don't be afraid to ask interviewers how the company is dealing with a challenge. Ask them what they want from you when you are part of their team.

IT Transformation Analyst, IT Transformation at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Learn what E.ON is doing within the future. What are the challenges facing the company and market? What do you foresee as the solutions required to address these problems?

Use your own experiences both academic and personal to really bring yourself to life. There is more to life than work, show what you do outside of the work environment. You're always learning regardless of the situation!

Interview Advice:

The soft skills are invaluable for day-to-day work and interaction. Be ready to promote these in the interview. Everyone has strong academic CV's in today's world. It's what you do personally that makes you stand out.

Be able to sell what you're doing and show passion. If you can't be passionate about the work you've personally done in the past (dissertation etc.) how can you be expected to show interest in day-to-day work.

Trainee Manager, B2B Solutions at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Research HR and how they will work alongside the energy industry. I would look at the current challenges in the HR space, how these may be effecting E.ON and the changing energy world.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for questions around why E.ON and the energy market, understand the different areas of HR and why these are important, read up on interesting case studies of current HR topics and how these may help or benefit E.ON. Really show you are passionate about HR and E.ON and that you have transferable skills.

HR Graduate, Human Resources at E.ON
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Application Advice:

The company genuinely values a commitment to fair treatment of customers and colleagues, it is not a cut throat environment and focusses on collaboration to reach our goals. Make sure this aligns with your preferred working environment.

Interview Advice:

Understand the energy industry and the particular challenges that it faces and the ways in which E.ON does/could overcome these.

HR Graduate, HR at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Make sure your CV looks professional and tailor your cover letter to the company and the job you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Learn about the national and international energy industry and prepare for competency-based questions.

IT & Business Change Graduate, IT & Business Change at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Emotional intelligence is crucial. Consider this throughout the application process.

Interview Advice:

Do some research about the company/sector/issues. Nothing major but show you have taken an interest.

Customer service leadership Graduate, Data Retrieval at E.ON
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Application Advice:

It is important that you research the leadership competencies and evidence how you meet these or have the right mind-set and behaviours to adapt to these quickly. Remember to situate your examples in the Situation, Task, Action, Result (Reflection) format.

Team Manager, Customer Operations Leadership Scheme at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Research the company, relate current events to your application and the future of the industry as you see it.
Understand the companies values/goals/ambitions.

Interview Advice:

Think of quality competency answers such that you have 2 examples for every potential competency question.
Don't loose heart if one answer isn't absolutely perfect, continue your train of thought and don't let it affect the next question.

Cash Analyst, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Try to understand what E.ON are looking for and tailor your application to highlight the skills and experience you have to match the requirements.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, energetic and show provide evidence (STAR) as to why you should get the job.

IT & Business Change Graduate, E.ON IT at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Show what qualities and experiences will help you in an industry where everything needs to be backed up by common sense, economic viability and legal scrutiny.

Interview Advice:

Show that you have your own way of problem solving that works, don't try to be anyone else. Try to show comfort and confidence in your own ways, but always remain open and honest.

Integrity Engineer (Graduate), Steam Asset Engineering at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Be yourself at the interview, if you are a good fit, you'll get the job. You don't want to work somewhere, where you can't be yourself.

Graduate Trainee, Risk and Investment at E.ON
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Application Advice:

It's more about your behaviours than your qualifications. If you are the right cultural fit, you stand a great chance.

Change and Group Initiatives Analyst, Commercial Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have a good understanding of the various issues facing the industry (there are lots) and focus on being able to demonstrate leadership competencies which include things like leading change, supporting diversity and creating personal impact.

Interview Advice:

Interviewers aren't trying to catch you out or trick you, they want you to do well.

Finance Graduate, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Pick out your key skills against the application criteria and make sure you demonstrate in your CV, application form or cover letter how you have achieved these.

Show a wide range of skills and experiences - academic / sports achievements / work / voluntary / mentoring etc. all experience is valuable and can show you have a host of skills.

Be proud of what you have achieved and make sure your CV is a representation of yourself and how you want to be portrayed.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - sounds silly but I was really pleased when my feedback matched how I wanted to portray myself. Prepare and understand the role you are applying for.

Really understand HR, the impact of HR on a business and the challenges HR face within the energy industry. You don't need to be an expect on the energy industry but do need to have an appreciation of how significant developments within the industry impact or effect HR and how this may be played out in practise.

I also looked at key challenges HR as a function face and what other companies and EON do to combat these - such as high absence levels.

Employee Relations Adviser, Employee Relations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

The company is very 'down to earth' so I would advise to be open and honest and also to research E.ON and the wider industry before applying.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, don't be disheartened by not knowing technical questions as it is expected you will learn the technicalities of roles after starting. Decisions at interviews are more based on attitude and soft skills, so enthusiasm and willingness to learn are crucial.

Strategy Analyst, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you understand the role and what you want to get out of it.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you do some background reading about the sector.
Also keeping up to date with current business affairs as this can be very useful.

IT and Business Change Graduate, Retail Website at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Go for it!
Be ready to learn loads and challenge yourself.
Build and utilise the support network around you- people want you to succeed here.

Interview Advice:

Brush up on E.ON's leadership competencies and care about our customers!

Customer Operations Graduate Leadership Scheme, at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Be honest, concise and practise the online tests!

Interview Advice:

Be honest, research the company and their values. Use their language to answer questions, always thing about sustainability and longevity. The key is being a good leader of the future!

Operational Excellence Navigator, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Research the industry, the company and the area you are applying for in great detail.

Interview Advice:

Be ready for competency based questions.

IT & Business Change Graduate Trainee, IT & Business Change at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Displaying your personal skills is much more important than your knowledge of the industry.

Graduate Trainee, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Apply early when the scheme opens (September).
Research the Energy industry beforehand.
Research what Uniper actually focuses on, where they have assets and what they are.
Understand thermodynamics and materials to some extent.

Interview Advice:

Thermodynamics
Energy industry
Team work
Decision making
All the general interview things.

Power Plant Integrity Engineer, Asset services and Outage management at E.ON
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Application Advice:

From a customer operations perspective, you need to show your passion for customer service, furthermore, demonstrate that you have leadership potential.

E.ON want the new generation of customer centric leaders so ensure your examples prove that you care about customers and can provide examples of where you role model and show your adaptability and resilience.

Also ensure you do your research on the energy industry as this is really important, especially as you progress through the application process.

Interview Advice:

Be calm and composed as E.ON like it when you can perform under pressure in a composed fashion.

Be true to yourself and give good evidence when you are providing answers in your interviews. Anywhere you can show leadership qualities, you would certainly grab their attention!

Service Delivery Manager, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Go on LinkedIn and find another E.ON graduate for the graduate scheme, ask them about their job/the scheme/what they do - it comes across really well when you're in an interview and you can say that you've even reached out to current graduates.

In terms of E.ON, look at OFGEM and what's the current regulations & news surrounding E.ON in the media.

Interview Advice:

Why E.ON?
Being a customer's trusted energy partner is a big topic so examples on trust is important.

Graduate, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Understand E.ON and the industry.
Know why you want to join the specific scheme.

Interview Advice:

As above.

Talent Specialist, HR at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Talk about the things you do that make you stand out from the rest, e.g. awards, hobbies, volunteering, jobs.
Practice psychometric tests before you do them for real.
Research the company and schemes to see which best suits you.

Interview Advice:

Evidence how you fulfill our competencies (they're on our careers website) using your unique experiences.

HR Graduate, at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Do research on the company.

Interview Advice:

Practice presentation skills.

E.ON
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Application Advice:

Make sure your values match the companies.

Interview Advice:

What could you bring to the table?

Complaints transformation manager, Complaints at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Be willing to relocate. (Including internationally)

Data Science, Data Science and Software Engineering at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Think about the competencies that are available on the website and make it clear how much you want the position.

Interview Advice:

Think about the competencies that are available on the website and make it clear how much you want the position. Also, don't be too concerned with trying really hard to impress - from my own experience and having seen some of the process this year, these were the people who ended up less likely to get a position.

Graduate Trainee, Investment & Project Controlling at E.ON
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Application Advice:

1) Honesty
2) Tailored application towards the energy industry.

Interview Advice:

Understand the problems of the energy industry.
Understand the qualification you will be doing.
Understand what possible roles you may be doing.

International Markets Analyst, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Make the most of any experience and talk about key points of CV or any specific projects within university or past experience which show a diverse knowledge base.

Interview Advice:

Research processes of power stations and general engineering manufacturing techniques such as welding and metal work. Be open to chatting with people and try to get people on side with your ideas.

Graduate Engineer, Supplier Quality Services at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Research the company and the industry including latest developments. Think about personal attributes and how these make you a good fit for the role.

Interview Advice:

Be able to confidently answer questions such as - Why you want to work in this industry, What makes E.ON stand out as an employer, How you can add value to the organisation. Take the opportunity to ask questions about the company and the scheme.

Business Change & IT Graduate, Business Change & IT at E.ON
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Application Advice:

this job is for someone who likes to change roles alot and probably move alot around the country/world

Interview Advice:

Know the industry and current market schemes, stay calm don't panic in technical situations just logically think it through

Research Engineer, Up & Midstream Technologies at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Do your research thoroughly and ensure any comments in an assessment centre/ phone interview have a logical structure

Strategist, Strategy & Regulations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Do your research. Know the industry, know how it is changing, what E.ON is doing to influence that future.

Interview Advice:

Take your time, think about what you are being asked. Be upfront and honest.

IT & Business Change Graduate, Generation IT Demand at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Learn as much as you can about what's going on in the energy industry right now, its a political hot topic
Practice your critical thinking skills and be able to make personal impact at an interview

Interview Advice:

Dress correctly
Appear informed but not cocky
Illustrate that you possess a range of relevant competencies.

Customer Experience Designer, Sales and Marketing at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Do your research about the company, competitors and industry as a whole.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to make bold statements, so long as you can justify what you are saying. And more importnantly, be natural and yourself at the interview

Finance Analyst, Obligation Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

To understand the competencies that E.ON look for and have solid evidence of how you demonstrate them as you will need to provide examples throughout the recruitment process.

Interview Advice:

Get to know about E.ON, the wider energy industry and how HR supports the wider organisation to face these challenges.
Be the best possible version of yourself throughout the process, particularly at the assessment centre. Positively engage with the tasks, make an effort with the assessors and the other candidates, and enjoy it!

Human Resources Graduate, Human Resources at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Research the company competencies and think of ways to relate your degree to working within the industry

Interview Advice:

Ensure you have knowledge over the key issues that are facing the industry.
Be confident and focus on what you sets you apart from other candidates.

Business Risk Analyst, Commodity Risk at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Research the company and energy industry.

Graduate Geoscientist, E.ON Exploration & Production at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Research both the UK and European energy industries.
Stay up-to-date on current energy-related news.

Interview Advice:

Technical questions not as frequent as workplace scenario questions.
Expect a challenging assessment centre task.

Software Engineer, E.ON Technologies at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Be open minded and proactive. Take every opportunity you get to gain management experience as this will hold you in good stead for when you apply for roles after the graduate scheme.

There is a big emphasis on networking at E.on, therefore make sure you branch out and build a stakeholder map to ensure you create and maintain high quality connections throughout your time. Use the fact that you are a graduate, people will be more than happy to help and impart advice.

Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Show a strong interest in the energy industry.
Show an understanding of the present trends in the energy industry/market, and the transformational challenges it faces.
Show that you can "drive change" and encourage others to change - the industry is changing so much that this is vital!
Show that you seek feedback from others (e.g. in a team) and that you act on this feedback.
Show that you are capable of dealing with diversity (e.g. people from different backgrounds and countries).

Interview Advice:

Try to be yourself during the entire application process.
Smile and show enthusiasm (but don't be over the top!).
Don't try to show off or talk about things you don't fully understand, as you'll be found out pretty quickly!
If you don't know an answer to a question, be honest and admit you don't know - don't try and blag it.

Graduate Engineer, E.ON Climate & Renewables at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Understand the importance and application of LEAN and Six Sigma and how it could apply to a customer service environment. Utilise management experience and how you personally improved circumstances. Use stepping stone positions such as call centre team manager.

Interview Advice:

Competency based questions based on change management and leadership. Case study involving a problem solving situation in a realistic customer/business environment.

Navigator, Operational Excellence at E.ON
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Application Advice:

You need to understand what makes the UK energy industry unique from other industries and what sets E.ON apart from its competitors. Energy is a highly politicised issue so you need to see through the spin.

As usual, you will be asked to complete psychometric tests and competency questions. Psychometric tests are something that you can practise beforehand. When doing competency questions, you need to keep in mind what skill the question is asking you to demonstrate.

Interview Advice:

The assessment centre at E.ON was far friendlier and more relaxed than others I had attended. That said, the tasks are not meant to be easy. Don't assume that you are expected to come up with a perfect answer to a question - this may be impossible.

Graduate Trainee, at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Prepare. Know the business, its competitors, know the role you're applying for, have answers ready to potential questions.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared - see above. Communicate clearly, make your point and move on.

Commercial analyst, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Don't get bogged down in the technical side of things during the interviews, it is more important to focus on the qualities of business leaders and how you have them.

However an understanding of the energy industry and E,ON as a company will help.

Interview Advice:

You will be made aware of the E.ON leadership competencies. This framework is integral and used throughout your development. You are graded against this in each placement so it's important to come with examples of where you have demonstrated that you have the competencies during the interviews/assessments.

There may be group tasks, presentations, an individual interview and maybe a role play so be prepared for those.

Service Delivery Team Manager, Prepayment & Caring Energy, Change Team at E.ON
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Application Advice:

pay attention to the market place we operate in and understand our customers

Interview Advice:

Customers, customers, customers (cost, big picture)...

Resource Operations Manager, Resourcing Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Understand the competencies that they are looking for. Demonstrate how you have, or will prove this clearly.

Be someone that they want to work with - I was definitely not the most intelligent or experienced graduate that applied however I feel that I have good interpersonal and communication skills. Showing the right attitude and willingness to get on with others will do you well.

Interview Advice:

Know the energy market and the challenges that we face. Then always consider how HR supports the organisation to meet their customers needs.

Human Resource Graduate, Multiple at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Thoroughly research both the company and the industry as a whole.

For the phone interview, think about what questions might be asked and have notes in front of you during the interview.

Interview Advice:

Thoroughly research E.ON and look at current trends in the energy industry. Think about what makes E.ON different from their competitors.

Know why you want to work in the energy industry and why you have applied for the graduate scheme at E.ON.

Think about the role that IT can play within a large energy company and why you would like to work in this area.

Think about your own experiences and how you can provide value for E.ON. Think about any international work you have done, any professional work experience, internships and placements, university projects, business and IT skills etc.
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Graduate Trainee, IT and Business Change at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Include any experience you may have that could set you apart from other candidates - especially any international experience (this is an international company).

Interview Advice:

As with any job you are applying for:

Make sure you know the market! Do you know what is happening in the energy industry?

Research the company. What challenges are E.on facing both now and in the future?

Know why you want to apply. What makes E.on stand out from other companies? Why E.on?

Graduate Engineer, at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Willingness to travel and rellocate is important if you want to gain as much exposure and experience as possible

Interview Advice:

Customer service experience and focus is important no matter what role you are applying for.

Service Delivery Team Manager, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Show an interest in the industry and marketing in particular.

Interview Advice:

Show a passionate interest in marketing and learn as much about the energy industry as you can.

Make sure that you are prepared to give examples of your experiences.

Analyst, Marketing at E.ON
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Application Advice:

It is beneficial to know about the energy market and the external factors influencing it. It may not appear relevant at times but they will have a direct impact on the company strategy and the future financing decisions.

Interview Advice:

Stand out from the crowd. Demonstrate the attributes required in the spec and when giving competency based answers stick to the STAR formula.

Finance Analyst – Planning & Reporting, New Business Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Throughout the online and phone application process; display relevant knowledge for the scheme you are applying to, eagerness and do your research on the company. This stage is to make sure you have the right intellectual attributes and are able to articulate yourself well on paper and on the telephone.There are psychometric tests involved at this stage, which are part of most graduate schemes these days and should not deter you from applying. I downloaded some practise questions from various websites and found it very useful for preparing.

Interview Advice:

During the assessment centre i would advise to show your personality more and show that you are someone that would fit into the E.ON culture. Try and engage the interviews and make them remember you as a person, not just what knowledge you have. Dress to impress and above all, try and have fun with it. If it looks like you are enjoying your time there and are not a stressed wreck it will look really good.

Customer Operations Leadership Graduate Scheme, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

- understand and research the industry
- have good reasons for applying to E.ON
- be yourself

HR Graduate, HR at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Confident, Stay Calm, Learn briefly about the Big 6 and energy companies

Interview Advice:

Follow a very methodical approach (say your point, then back it up with evidence) and stay calm.

B2B planning & reporting analyst, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Really think about what you want out of the job and where you want to progress with your career, this will help give an honest sounding and relate-able application.

Interview Advice:

You're not expected to know everything - show that you are willing to learn and can apply logical thinking to new questions, don't be afraid of getting the answer 'wrong' .. they are more interested in how you would approach a problem or task rather than knowing the best solution straight away.

Do a bit of background research on what's going on with energy in the news. A basic understanding of how the company works as a business is also important.

New Technologies Consultant, Distributed Energy at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Being genuinly interested in the energy industry.

Interview Advice:

Understanding the major challenges and change that the industry will face
Think about solutions to these challenges
Being customer centric and think about fairness and transparency

Graduate Trainee, Policy/Strategy at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Learn as much as you can about what is going on in the industry and with E.ON in particular.

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Application Advice:

The application process is generally straightforward.

Take your time on the situational judgement questionnaire - many people get caught out on this relatively simple step.

Interview Advice:

The interview was mainly competency based with three simple technical questions.
Anyone thinking of applying for this role should know these without extra reseach. The interview is really about getting to know you as a person and ensure you are the right fit - by this stage they know if you have the qualifications and skills on paper.

The assessment centre is one of the more relaxed types of assessment and gives you a good opportunity to present yourself - put time and effort into your presentation.

Graduate Drilling Engineer, Exploration & Production at E.ON
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Application Advice:

If you have a genuine interest in the energy industry, good engineering background and enthusiasm then show it and it will help throughout the application process

Interview Advice:

Learn and show interest about the energy industry
It is important to have some basic technical knowledge about power generation

Graduate Engineer, Engineering Graduate Scheme at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Research the company and what your role may be and really know why you want to do it so it is clear to the interviewer.

Interview Advice:

What makes E.ON E&P different to other oil and gas companies.

Graduate Electrical & Instrumentation Operations Engineer, E&P Department/Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Show that you know what E.ON does and more importantly what the energy industry looks like. Understand how you fit in this industry.

Interview Advice:

Let your personality come through. Show the spectrum of your experiences and skills.

Graduate Engineer, Generation/Renewables at E.ON
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Application Advice:

First make sure you are applying because you really like the position and not because of salaries and perks.

Dedicate enough time to prepare research about the company, its vision and current/important projects.

Prepare for the technical interview.

Combustion Engineer, Gas Turbine Combustion TEam at E.ON
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Application Advice:

- Tailor application to E.ON

Interview Advice:

- Research on energy industry and what makes E.ON different from other energy companies
- Prepare examples for competency questions

Graduate Trainee, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

-- You need to be able to show leadership qualtiies as well as being able to work effectively in a team; any things you've done that show how you've led change, led people etc.- State why you want to work for E.ON, what you can bring to the company
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Interview Advice:

- Make sure you research not just E.ON but also the industry, who are competitors (large and small) are, what do they offer, what is going on in the news at the moment, what role does the government play as well as the regulator Ofgem
- A passion for Sa

Sales and Marketing Graduate, at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Don't try and blag - this isn't the apprentice.

Always consider why you want to work in the industry - how your experience relates to what is done/can be done.

Interview Advice:

Key tips are always ensuring you are reflective. - no job is ever 100% right there are always improvements that can be made, think about what you would have done if you could do it again.

Relate back to the core competencies.

Business Analyst, Finance at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Think about why you would want to work for an energy company and why a large multi-national organisation interests you.

Interview Advice:

Think about the core competencies that the company are looking for and how you've demonstrated them in past experiences or how you would do given the opportunity. Always focus on how you've added value.

Graduate Programme Officer, Business Change at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Understand the energy industry and how the retail sector of the business fits in to the wider energy market.

Interview Advice:

Display the research you have done on the energy industry and focus your application on how your experience in the past will help you to provide the best service we can to our customers.

Graduate Trainee, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Go for it. You'll be the maker of your career and the upside is great. Be proactive and a nurture your network. You'll reap large benefits.

Interview Advice:

Prepare, prepare, prepare. Know your role and know the company. Know the answers to likely questions. Show motivation and that you want to become a manager.

M&A Analyst, M&A at E.ON
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Application Advice:

To seize the opportunity and showcase your interest in gaining a broad experience in the energy sector. Also be aware of the challenges in terms of moving location and therefore flexible on moving around as this is part of the scheme and expected.

Interview Advice:

Most of the interview questions were competency based e.g. how have you overcome challenges, worked as part of a team, give me an example of a time when etc...

Make sure you also have a sound knowledge of the energy industry, for instance keep up to date with the news and current affiars related to it.

Sales and Marketing Graduate, Marketing at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Look at the E.ON graduate website and identify the key competencies which are needed for the graduate scheme - make sure you bring these out in your application. Try to display your interest in the energy sector as well as the specific graduate scheme to which you have applied. Get at least one friend/family member/colleague to read through your application before you send it.

Interview Advice:

Research the energy sector and be clear on why this is an area that interests you. Try to find out about current issues and how they might impact E.ON in the future. Be aware of E.ON's strategic objective of becoming the customers' trusted energy partner. Look into the specific graduate scheme that you are applying for and think about what you will bring to it/what you will get out of it. Ensure that you have practised competency based interview questions and make use the STAR structure (situation, task, action, result) in your answers. Try to use a variety of examples. Think about what motivates you as well as your values and principles (do these align with E.ON's values and principles?). Make sure that you are prepared to assume responsibility at an early stage and come to the interview with a proactive mind-set as you will be expected to use your initiative on the graduate scheme.

Graduate, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Be honest, demonstrate and provide evidence of relevant technical as well as 'soft' skills.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for technical interview! Brush up on relevant theory and maths, as well as general power generation process.

Advanced Condition Monitoring, Condition Monitoring at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and ensure you balance your academic qualifications with other aspects that make you employable, preferably some previous experience of working.

Interview Advice:

The assessment process is very detailed and robust so ensure you come across naturally and allow your personality to shine through. Remember they are looking for future leadership potential so soft skills and charisma are key.

HR Graduate, at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Know as much about the business as possible.
Be confident and be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Lots of questions about the business and the industry.

HR graduate, HR at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Understand the current energy market and its challenges.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed and know your fundamentals of enegy generation.

Graduate Engineer, Generation at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Know the company and the industry, show you are passionate and pragmatic and aware of the appropriate issues and approaches to attempt to tackle these. It was a pretty friendly application process so being personable and relaxed (as much as possible in the situation) helped, I think.

Interview Advice:

Sleep well the night before, it's a long day! The timed case study and presentation is particularly tough in terms of time given so just make a decision about what you will present early on and ignore the rest. There is too much to cover it all so just cover the requested number of points well.

Offshore wind at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Show interest in a range of things - not too specific. Re-read the application answers and make sure they are in good, understandable English and interesting to read.

Interview Advice:

I was complimented on being honest and open in the discussion not just sticking to stock phrases that I thought they wanted to hear. Make sure you understand the position and background of the interviewer - you can ask them questions as well! Understanding their background will help you to pitch your answers at the right level.

New Technologies Consultant, Energy Conversion at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Gaining experience on site is a key element to progressing in the power industry. The site work can often be dirty and tiring and so being willing and open to this kind of work is important. Working for E.ON Technologies is very technically focused and so being keen on developing yourself as a technical engineer is also key.

Interview Advice:

The role required a technical interview and an assessment centre. The technical interview focused on techincal questions from my 1st and 2nd year of my undergraduate degree (specifically bending moments, stress analysis and thermodynamics). I also had to give examples of project work.

The assessment centre was based around evaulating your communication, presentation and interpersonal skills, as well as testing your knowledge of the energy industry.

Integrity Engineer, Plant Integrity at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Show your knowledge, you may not meet 100% of the required skill set but transferrable skills and previous experience are highly regarded.
Also do your research, know what is affecting the company and how this will effect the position you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Try not to use university examples to demonstrate competencies, a lot of people will do this. Find your unique selling point, and use this to your advantage during the interview... aka stand out from the crowd.

Finance Graduate, Procurement at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Understand the issues that the energy industry is facing - the challenges of balancing energy security, cost and sustainability.

Interview Advice:

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Why E.ON?

Graduate, International Business Management at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Have a clear and succinct understanding of the energy market, the challenges faced by the industry and what E.ON as a company is doing to overcome these.

Interview Advice:

Have clear competency based examples and a good understanding of E.ON strategy and the industry it operates in.

International Business Management, Gas Storage at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Know the energy market
Sell yourself and don't be shy to 'brag'
Show a passion for it

Interview Advice:

Don't speak too fast
Lots of competency based questions so learn examples

Commercial Analyst, Commercial at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Read up on the energy industry. Particularly issues effecting your chosen area.

Interview Advice:

If you have a role play be very understanding and sympathetic. Being stern won't score highly.

Engineer, Engineering at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Always give examples to competencies

Marketing Executive, Marketing at E.ON
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Application Advice:

Please find out exactly what it is you're likely to be doing before you apply. Positions are sometimes made available because of a need. Please be really sure you want that particular position and know what it entails before going any further. Otherwise you may end up as a square peg in a round hole.

Interview Advice:

Do your research, be enthusiastic, honest and open. E.ON values good leadership.

Graduate Engineer, Renewable Energy at E.ON
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Best:

There are lots of career options and different roles to go into

Worst:

Not all departments work in the same way/ are as busy as the others

Customer Operations Leadership Graduate, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Best:

Working culture, keen on developing people, large international company

Worst:

Distance between offices

Finance Graduate, Finance at E.ON
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Best:

salary
decent benefits package
nice feel to the company

Worst:

Company is far to risk averse
company isn't dynamic
Company is still stuck in a nationalised

Customer Operations Leadership Graduate Trainee, at E.ON
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Best:

International company who invest a lot on their employees development and give them international exposure

Worst:

Slightly old business model that challenges the growth of the company on the energy market

Graduate Engineer, Renewable Energy at E.ON
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Best:

Seeking to change constantly, continuous improvement attitude

Worst:

Locations could be restrictive if you don't like the midlands

Finance Graduate, Finance at E.ON
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Best:

Flexibility of working and working hours
Being challenged

Worst:

Perception of energy sector in general (UK)

Innovation Manager, Innovation at E.ON
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Best:

They're really focused on work-life balance and are a genuinely nice company to work for.

Worst:

They're too nice at times which means that difficult employees get away with things that they shouldn't.

Duty Manager, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Best:

The worklife balance is excellent, it's rare that people work long hours and you will be encouraged to go home if it's getting late.
The benefits package is really good with a good starting salary and generous pension scheme

Worst:

There's a lot of red tape which can make it difficult to get things done

Service Delivery Team Manager, Customer Operations at E.ON
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Best:

Work/life balance and commitment to this

Worst:

Not learning from mistakes and some times having too much red tape

HR Graduate, Human Resources at E.ON
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Best:

Hugely challenging sector of industry. Leadership is aware of challenges and are attempting to steer the monolith towards a brighter future shared with, and built for, our customers.

Worst:

Huge company can lead to challenges with cultural differences in relation to working practices, progression expectation, role and responsibility definition and simple communication challenges.

IT Transformation Analyst, IT Transformation at E.ON
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Best:

The range of knowledge within teams and colleagues
Very supportive of graduates
The ability to travel around and work in different teams

Worst:

Slow moving change, frustrating at times, but some teams do have flexibility

Trainee Manager, B2B Solutions at E.ON
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Best:

Value diversity, the employees and rewarding success

Worst:

Very heavily regulated industry, product isn't the most exciting thing, energy isn't always the most interesting product to feel passionate about, you have to look for other elements such as treating vulnerable customers fairly

HR Graduate, Human Resources at E.ON
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Best:

The company ethos is focussed on fairness which means we treat our customers ethically but also have a great, healthy working culture.

Worst:

Working within the energy sector means we are constantly being squeezed on cost. This requires us to reduce costs consistently without compromising our customer service or staff welfare, this can be difficult.

HR Graduate, HR at E.ON
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Best:

Colleagues are open and nice; international opportunities; lot of change happening and that results in interesting work and manifold opportunities

Worst:

Can be too bureaucratic at times

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