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Responsibility:
3.2/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.1/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.5/5
 
Company Culture:
3.7/5
 
Career Progression:
3.5/5
 
Colleagues:
3.9/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.7/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.7/5
 

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Application Advice:

Research the local and global business, and be aware of current objectives and challenges.

Graduate Engineer, Graduate Programme at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Ensure you look into the company. It is a very large organization with numerous divisions and business units. It is great to have an all round knowledge but if there is an area of business that you are especially passionate about - be sure to portray this. Siemens are extremely accommodating and offer huge flexibility in terms of geography, opportunities and business placements.

Interview Advice:

Originality is important, reading scripts and memorizing things is not necessarily effective. Being able to apply yourself to the needs of the company and expressing passion are important.

Finance and Commercial Graduate, Rail Electrification at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Come prepared, offer a range of examples when responding to situational questions, expand on why experience is relevant to the job description. Be personable.

Interview Advice:

Interview is competency based and will ask you to present examples of your own experience to prove your awareness and key skills. Be prepared to talk about your career aspirations and what research you have done about the company. The questions give you lots of opportunity to elaborate so make sure you can talk about your experiences and how they will help you in the role; make sure you answer the question that was asked without needing prompts.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Builidng Technologies at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Show clear indicators that you have done your research, want to take ownership over your role, want to be challenged, are enthusiastic and not afraid to ask plenty of challenging questions about why things are done the way they are at the company.

Interview Advice:

Know about the range of products the Siemens site you're interviewing for produces, know the core values, make sure you know your CV well or have a copy with you, be open and honest if you can't answer a question, always provide an example.

Graduate Buyer, Strategic Procurement at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be honest, keep an open mind and prepare. Do some reading on the company and what they do. Try to write your application to fit the business needs, highlighting how you could help it grow.

Interview Advice:

Again, be honest and straightforward. Focus on the things you have done and make sure you always give concrete examples of real situations.

Graduate Engineer, Software at Siemens
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Application Advice:

It is important that you are a sociable person that is willing to travel every now and again to attend graduate programmes around the UK. Although you're only away for a few days at a time it's important that you utilise this time to make the relevant contacts in different businesses as they may be able to help you in the future. It is also rewarding in the sense that you meet new people and make new friendships that you look forward to seeing again at other graduate events. You must also be open to completing placements around the business where you don't necessarily see yourself in the future, this helps to further develop skills that you would not always gain in other companies.

Graduate Electrical & Electronics Engineer, Customer Service at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Try your hardest to get in.

Graduate Engineer, Graduates & Trainee’s at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be honest, why do you want to work for Siemens? Why do you want to pursue a career in Finance? Theses are the two key questions.

Interview Advice:

Come prepared, know your answers to competency style questions, but at the same time make sure you answer the question being asked. Make sure you have lots of questions to ask both the interviewers and current graduates working at the company.

Finance Gradate, Finance at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be aware of the stages involved, prepare for each stage, tailor your relevant skills and experience during application. Through the whole process, just make sure you show that you are the best candidate and why you should be hired. The "WHY YOU" part is the most important. If you get this across, you get the job. Good Luck.

Interview Advice:

Be real; be comfortable with your answers. Make sure you are genuinely passionate, because if you are not, it will show somehow. I will say passion is important because it separates you from those who are just competent/intelligent. You need a mixture of intelligence, competence, passion, drive, motivation. So keep this in mind. Also be familiar with your CV, cover letter, application answer and all other information you have provided as part of your application.

Graduate Engineer, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be thorough, concise and sell yourself.

Interview Advice:

Research the company. Think about past work experience and situations you have been in. Be enthusiastic and confident.

Finance Graduate, Commercial Project Management at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Have the ability to adapt to different working environment.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Apply no matter what your degree discipline.

Interview Advice:

Read up on Siemens values and strategies beforehand and see if you can relate any of these to your experience. They may just want to see that you've had a look at them and know what they are, but best to be prepared for a 'describe a situation when you...' question.

Graduate Engineer, Digital Factory and Process Drives at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Prepare some good situational examples and review Siemens competencies for the interview.

Interview Advice:

Explain a time when you had to deal with a difficult customer?
Explain a time where you had to collaborate with other departments/ functions to reach a common goal? How did you contribute to the success of the group?

Graduate Field Service Operations Manager, Intelligent Traffic Systems at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be honest about who you are and what you can add to the organisation.
Don't be shy to tell them your accomplishments, you only have one shot and you are against stiff competition.

Business Graduate, Siemens Financial Services at Siemens
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Application Advice:

The application process includes typical psychometric tests. Passing these tests will prompt HR and hiring managers to review your cover letter/CV, and if successful, you will be invited to a video interview. For many, this is the first time participating in a pre-recorded video interview, so don't feel nervous about it!
In my year, successful applicants were invited to a final assessment centre including a group challenge and an interview with a member of HR and engineering.

Interview Advice:

Siemens are a proud company with a rich history of solving some truly great engineering challenges. Demonstrate your knowledge of Siemens, your understanding of Siemens's values and your enthusiasm for the industry.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Think carefully.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, think outside the box.

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Application Advice:

Although performance is very important, HOW you communicate and go about getting to the end goal is also valued by the company.

Interview Advice:

My experience was of a fairly standard 'assessment centre' format, however they do vary depending on which scheme you apply for.

Rotational Energy Graduate, Service Win power – Business Improvement at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be honest, try to include the relevant competencies.

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

Graduate Engineer, BT at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Have passion for healthcare.
Be driven and motivated.
Happy to work with senior management.

Interview Advice:

Show that you really want to have the job.
Why Siemens Healthcare?
Leadership capabilities.

Business Graduate, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Research the company know what projects the sector/division your applying for are involved in.

Graduate electrical Engineer, Manchester at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Do your research on what the team you're applying for does.
Show a passion for the rail industry.
Be flexible. Role usually involves working from home to meet and keep project milestones so you need to be flexible when it comes to travelling around the country.

Graduate Engineer, Mobility at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Research the company extensively, any opportunity to engage with the company and to be able to say you have will really enhance your application.

Interview Advice:

The interview gave plenty of opportunity to feel comfortable and demonstrate why you are the right candidate so relax and be yourself.

Energy Rotational Graduate, Wind Power Service at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be patient with the process, it may take more than expected (although this could have been due to the transition from Rolls-Royce and may change in following years).

Interview Advice:

You should really love the gas turbine sector and show that this is the case.

Graduate Engineeting, Graduate Programme (rotational) at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be aware of the stages involved, prepare for each stage, tailor your relevant skills and experience during application. Through the whole process, just make sure you show that you are the best candidate and why you should be hired. The "WHY YOU" part is the most important. If you get this across, you get the job. Good Luck.

Interview Advice:

Be real; be comfortable with your answers. Make sure you are genuinely passionate, because if you are not, it will show somehow. I will say passion is key because it separates you from those who are just competent/intelligent. You need a mixture of intelligence, competence, passion, drive, motivation. So keep this in mind. Also be familiar with your CV, cover letter, application answer and all other information you have provided as part of your application.

Graduate Engineer, Aero-Derivative Gas Turbines at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Company research.
SWOT analysis.
Use the STAR technique.

Graduate Engineer, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be honest and open with application- no one is perfect but everyone is human. Try to engage with the application and get your personality across (along with your qualifications).

Interview Advice:

Have fun but concentrate. Team building activities are used to observe your actions in a group but are also enjoyable. Always ask for feedback regardless to how well you feel you have done. Be prepared- a little company knowledge goes a long way when talking about Finance but is hugely noticeable when in an interview situation. There were however, no direct questions on "what the company does".

Finance Graduate, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be honest in your application and don't be afraid to sell yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.
Be passionate.
Be confident.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

- Be prepared- revise on product and business knowledge.

Interview Advice:

I had the question - "Which project have you successfully completed whilst having limited/no resources?" This caught me off guard so be prepared for this question if you apply.

Graduate Trainee, Various (on placements) at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Learn the specific product and then think about what you can bring to the different areas related to that product:
-Sales
-Manufacturing
-Design

Interview Advice:

In my interview I was asked for an example of when I worked with a customer before. As I had never worked with a customer in industry before I had to give an example of a situation which was similar.

Graduate Engineer, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Ask as many questions as possible at all times! Make the effort to meet people in the business.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Do not try and be someone you are not. They know!

Business Graduate, Risk at Siemens
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Application Advice:

It takes a while to fill in that application, but it is all worthwhile.

Interview Advice:

To be yourself.

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Application Advice:

Research Siemens, and all of its divisions. This role is bespoke within the company. The goings on of Siemens making trains is almost unrelated. Research Siemens Financial Services.

Interview Advice:

Customer focus is essential. All answers should go along the lines of how you helped to benefit a customer - whether they are a colleague, a manager, someone in retail, etc. Always link it back to how you helped deliver excellent customer service and experience.

Business Graduate, Asset Finance at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show why you want to work for the company.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you've done your research and are well prepared, questions varied depending on the case study/ your presentation.

Business Graduate, Performance Control at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Relate an area of your past experiences, to Siemens values. Make the link clear between your skill set and the skill set of the role. Always provide examples.

Interview Advice:

Learn Siemens competencies.
Be outgoing during the assessment centre, always speak up and be friendly to everyone, it will get you noticed.

Question Examples:
Explain a time where you had to deal with a difficult customer?
Tell us about yourself?
Have you applied anywhere else?

Graduate Field Service Operations Manager, London at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be innovative and think outside the box.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for a range of competency based questions, presentations and case study.

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Application Advice:

Always think through your application before submitting. Even if you don't know what you want to do in your future career apply to Siemens as they are a great company to work for and they'll listen to your ambitions and will try to accommodate you up to your abilities within one of their divisions.

Interview Advice:

When answering the questions just be yourself and don't try to make stuff up, as it's easy to notice.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Systems at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Ensure you read and understand the job advert. Clear and concise application form.

Interview Advice:

Large and complex organization so research well. Be enthusiastic about joining the company and confident. Relate to past experience from jobs/education in interview to show competencies.

Finance Graduate, at Siemens
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Be open to moving around the country. Whilst you potentially could spend the entire scheme based in the company HQ, you could potentially miss out on some great experiences in one of the other sites.

Siemens
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Application Advice:

1) Use the STAR technique to answer interview questions.

2) Link your answers to the main characteristics Siemens looks for and how you have demonstrated them in any work/university setting - Innovative, Responsible and Excellence.

3) If you are a graduate, they are looking for an all round person who they can mould/teach, so be open to learning, pro-active and think long term.

4) Be yourself and always be curious.

Supply Chain Graduate, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be open to possibilities of entering departments and roles outwith of your normal area. This can often help progress you in your desired area later.

Graduate Trainee, Installation and Commissioning at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Good CV.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and prepared.

Graduate Engineer, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Competitive and do start early.

Interview Advice:

Be keen, honest and confident.

Graduate Engineer, Signalling Private Network at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Try to draw from a variety of past experience, so talk about different projects that you've been on, relate it to jobs you've worked in, in the past. Hobbies can also be used to answer some questions found on your application.

Apply as early as you can as it could be at times that the applications close before the deadline. Also applying earlier will get you an interview faster.

Interview Advice:

Tell me a time when you worked with someone difficult.

Tell me when you worked as a team to resolve a problem?

What do you know about Siemens?

What do you know about rail automation?

Make sure you have some questions prepared prior to the interview, this is a chance for you to find out if you would actually want to work here. If possible, getting the interviewer to talk about their experience is a great way to find out about the company. I remember one of my interviewers telling me that they had left Siemens for a while and then came back which prompted me to ask why? This is completely fine to ask as it provided me with a chance to see what was not so nice about the job.

Graduate Engineer, Siemens Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

On the engineering side, some expereinces with programming languages can work in your favour although it is not always a prerequisite.

Interview Advice:

Stay calm. Enjoy the experience.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Applications for the graduate program opens up in January so look out for this opening as they close it once they have received enough applications.

Interview Advice:

Competency based questions in the interview so preparation is key. Make sure you can provide more than one example for each competency as they may ask 2 questions about similar competencies and repeating the same example with the same reasons may hinder your chances.

Graduate Engineer, Graduate Program at Siemens
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Interview Advice:

Read up on the company and think about why you want to work with them.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Best thing to do is research Siemens and if applicable the division you are applying to. The Siemens website offers great background information on all the divisions. Also try to be easy to get along with during the assessment centre. The company like to observe how you get on with people, especially under stressful situations. Also look at the STAR model for interview questions and think of competency situations.

Interview Advice:

Tell us a bit about what we do?
Tell me a time when you were confronted with an angry person (or client)?
Tell me a time when you were under pressure with deadlines and how you coped?

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Just be clam it's not to bad.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and work on team work and presenting skills.

Graduate Engineer, Rail at Siemens
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Application Advice:

You will need a 2:1 in an engineering or relevant degree and it is not necessary that you have any knowledge of the railway - I didn't!

Take your time when filling out the application and any relevant online tests. Also, prepare for the video interview and Assessment centre by researching the company.

Interview Advice:

Research Siemens as a whole and also the work done by Siemens Rail Automation.
Be prepared to give examples of times you've had to show/use different skills but most of all - be yourself!

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Practice before taking online tests.

Interview Advice:

Learn about the company, what it does and what kind of culture it promotes. 'Approach' is of significant value. Go through non standard interview questions on the lines of "how would you unload a plane full of jelly beans" or "tell me about a project/class/professor at Uni which/whom you liked and one which you disliked and explain why" remembering that approach is key.

Mobility at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be yourself in your application. I tried the whole 'bigging myself up' with other companies and it didn't go anywhere.
Also I would be clear in your answers to questions and be direct. No one wants to read pages of waffle.

Interview Advice:

Again, be yourself. Also, try not to be nervous. You then speak better and portray yourself in a much more positive light. Body language is very important, don't fold your arms and sit with good posture.

IT Graduate, Information Technology at Siemens
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Interview Advice:

Ensure you have a really good look on the website to understand exactly the qualities they are looking for.

Make sure you prepare examples of when you have displayed desirable qualities.

Graduate Trainee, Industrial Gas Turbines at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Research the field, site and role.

Understand why quality is paramount in medical manufacturing

Interview Advice:

Be a team player and don't shy away, the people who didn't ask questions at my interview didn't do well so ask a few sensible questions.

Quality Engineer, Quality at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Research the company well and be able to show how your skills fit.
Show that you have the type of personality where you will be able to integrate well into a team and work together with people.
Show evidence of being able to manage your own workload and be self motivated.

Interview Advice:

Questions were relevant to the job role and weren't designed to trick you, simply to understand your way of thinking ant how well you will fit within the company.
Answer honestly and don't overthink answers.

Graduate Engineer, Building Technologies at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are aware in what Siemens do as a business and get a brief understanding of rail principles.

Interview Advice:

Same as application learn what Siemens Rail do. Majority of the questions are based around that. Also a team task, usually 4 people have to solve a problem while being assessed.

Graduate Rail Automation Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Know a bit about the company and why in particular you want to work for Siemens.

Interview Advice:

Have good work experience and be willing to talk about it.

Finance Graduate, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Apply early.

Interview Advice:

Have clear and achievable goals for the next 3-5 years.

Graduate Process Engineer, Process Engineering at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Make yourself stand out. Include all the skills you have with clear evidence. Also clearly show how passionate you are about the role and the product.

Interview Advice:

Assessment centre includes a group activity, a presentation and a panel interview where you will be tested on certain core competencies. Everything you say about the skills you possess, make sure you have some clear evidence to give.

Graduate Trainee Engineer, Industrial Turbomachinery at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Read about what the company does and what their values are. You can only get mutual benefit from the opportunity if you share Siemens' values (you'll have to research them to find out what they are). Make it a point to tailor your application to the employer to show your strengths and make yourself stand out from all the other applicants who have similar credentials to yourself.

Interview Advice:

I was asked the general competency questions (examples of when I've demonstrated good time-management, team-working, communication skills etc.). You should have a number of examples at hand and be ready to elaborate further if they do ask - they're interested to know these things because the behaviour displayed in these examples can be transferred to the work environment you're being employed to work in. In addition, you should expect to be asked why you want to work for Siemens and it is always good to have examples of the work which Siemens does - as Europe's largest Engineering company, there is lots of information out there to help you.

The interview is also an opportunity for you to get to know your potential employer so do prepare some questions to ask your interviewer, you wouldn't do your chances any harm by showing you are keen on the opportunity.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Try to focus on every stage of the application individually. Be specific and concise when answering questions in the application. It is very important that you choose the role that you are interested in.

Interview Advice:

Once you make it through the assessment center, remember that there is no competition amongst other candidates. Just be your best, because you have applied for this role if you are interested about it.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Systems at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be a team player, understand the latest industry trends. Siemens are embracing Cloud IT solutions and enhancing user experience internally. Any extra knowledge in these areas or enterprise social networks would be useful.

IT Business Graduate, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company before you apply, such as what they do and where their technology is applied. Make sure you are extremely enthusiastic and passionate about Engineering as a career and as an industry itself. Ensure you have practical experience as well as theoretical knowledge so you can apply what you have learned and relate directly to their customers.

Graduate Engineer, Tech Support at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Research and gain knowledge about the energy industry and the relationships Siemens has with the different energy markets.

Also, decide for yourself, why you want to work in the energy industry and what you thing you can gain and offer to Siemens.

Interview Advice:

Practice and prepare for group and team exercises, personal presentation techniques and interview questions.

Build your confidence by participating in Mock interviews and assessment centers.

Finally, believe in yourself, there is a reason the company is interviewing you!

Graduate Trainee, Support Engineering, Market Support and Business Development at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, be open, show confidence and listen.

Interview Advice:

Basic product knowledge helps

Graduate Trainee, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Practice your online tests before doing the real thing!

Think of practical examples for the competency based questions.

Interview Advice:

Research the company in detail before the interview as it can make or break the interview. Do thorough research of the industry linked to the job you are applying for as this can impress the interviewer.

Practice common competency based questions and think of practical examples beforehand! you were asked etc.

Engineering Graduate, Rail industry at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be ready to learn fast.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself.

Graduate Software Engineer, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Having good relevant experience is a strong advantage, if you understand German that is also a benefit as well as confidence and willingness to learn like any job.
But ultimately the candidate has to demonstrate they are driven to succeed and achieve.

Interview Advice:

The online test a fairly standard for any large company, if successful the candidate will be invited to a assessment centre where they will undergo a group activity assessment, presentation and interview.
Remember JUST BE YOURSELF.

Procurement Graduate, Procurement at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Gain knowledge of the company and its history, as well as future developments such as projects and opportunities.

Interview Advice:

Again, historical questions and information known about the company. Particularly directed towards rail automation.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

motivation, drive and target reaching are a must

Interview Advice:

evidence of extra-curricular activities

Procurement Graduate, MRI at Siemens
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Application Advice:

- Do your research on the company and ensure you know what it is about the company that is attractive to you
- Ensure you know ways in which you could add value to the organization
- Articulate what makes you different from other candidates and includ

Interview Advice:

- Do your research on the company and ensure you know what it is about the company that is attractive to you
- Ensure you know ways in which you could add value to the organization
- Articulate what makes you different from other candidates and includ

IT Business Graduate, Program Management Office at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Show how you can be a team player. Internal Social media is a hot topic in Siemens, make sure your up to date on online social media tools.

Business Analysist, Business Engagement at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Really play up your work experience and dissertation work etc, it does bode well for the interview stages

Interview Advice:

be yourself and express your skills and desires

IT Graduate, Digital Factory at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Go for it! I didn't have a particular interest in rail at the time but really getting into it now. The trust that you are given is great! We don't just get mickey mouse bits to do!

Interview Advice:

Have competency sample answers prepared and also a bit on group exercises. Be yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Even if you don't know anything about the industry it doesn't matter as the first few weeks are spent teaching you about how it all works. The company like to know they are getting well rounded people who work with others, so don't just read up about the company think about other things that interest you to show this.

Graduate Engineer, Electro-Mechanical Programs at Siemens
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Application Advice:

be honest, show your strengths and what you can offer the company and don't be afraid for saying the 'wrong answer' as usually there isn't one. As long as your reasoning is logical...

Interview Advice:

be open to questions, and be confident in your answers.

Graduate Engineer, Control Systems at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Show Intrest and enthusiasm for the role you're applying for, no matter what the role is. Make sure in your application you let you shine, not what you want to be percieved as.

Interview Advice:

I didn't have an interview.

Graduate Engineer, Siemens Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Show that you are willing to be in the company and not just willing to get a job.

Interview Advice:

Dress formally, feel proud and be yourself. It is more the character that counts than what you have done and achieved so far, as they assume you are starting from scratch.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be knowledgeable about all of the products Siemens is involved with.

Interview Advice:

Consider questions before answering, don't be afraid to disagree with interviewer as long as you can back up your point.

Graduate Engineer, Mechanical Drives at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Read around the company especially what they do in each of the sectors and try to tailor your answers accordingly.

Interview Advice:

You may be asked to do a presentation at the assessment day. Make sure you practice this and are confident when presenting. Also make sure you have good knowledge of the company for the interview. In the group exercise ensure you engage with everyone.

Finance Graduate, Finance at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Read up on the competencies they look for (they are on their graduate recruitment page) and make sure you cover them all in your application.
For this role you need to be flexible to move around the UK and have a keen interest energy production technology - be it renewable or fossil.

Interview Advice:

Again, read up on the competencies and apply that to the tasks. Be confident in yourself but allow others to speak in the assessment center. None of those who were always shouting over everyone or disagreed with everything got through he process.

Energy Sector Rotational Graduate, Energy Sector at Siemens
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Application Advice:

-Have a lot of examples of data handling, using I.T and extra-curricular activities. CV showcases academics.
- Be patient

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

Technical operations Scientist, Healthcare at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Honesty is key. If first stage applications are passed then you will be questioned on this and maybe asked to provide evidence.
State all experience and skills, it is surprising as to how a small thing makes a big difference.

Interview Advice:

Knowledge about the company as a whole is just as important as knowledge of the role.
Be flexible with offers such as pay, relocation and role. Dont be over demanding.
Take your time. If you dont know an answer then take a minute and think about it, this shows that you care about what is been asked and dont just go to a default answer.

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be very aware of the siemens core values and all 9 divisions of their business. Very important to the business.

Demonstate your customer focus and ability to help the business in this way

Interview Advice:

they dont like fake people. Its a fit and a culture not a job. be yourself

Business Graduate, Asset Management at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Put all the technical qualifications and any relevant experience in with the application. The details are best discussed face to face so do not worry about sending in a huge application. Make sure however, all entry requirements are met and announced while applying.

Interview Advice:

I would advise remaining calm, relaxed, well spirited and thoughtful in interview situations. I went into my interview with lower qualifications than I would have liked, but still succeeded showing that it isn't all about what is on the CV.

I would also advise to have a quick read through any major projects or relevant work that you have done in the past and bring them up as and when the conversation suits.

Don't be scared to get excited about talking about what you have done. Enthusiasm is key!

Graduate Trainee, Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Limited at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Make sure you read the job description, this role is tailored to a dynamic individual. Do your research about the company and the industry. Apart from your academic achievements you must have other skills you can bring to the table. Effective collaboration is essential to succeed within this role.

Interview Advice:

The usual questions were asked. One that threw me off balance was

"How would you bring about positive change if it has been opposed by management?"

Business Influencing is the skill being assessed here.

Energy Sector Rotational Graduate, Wind Power at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, I personally do not have outstanding qualifications but have good work experience and doing a work placement was key to me getting to the Assessment Centre from there its is whether Siemens is the right fit for you as much as you for them.

Interview Advice:

Presentation practice the Assessment Centre included a pre prepared presentations as well as on the spot group presentations with limited preparation time.

Finance Graduate, R&D at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be confident in your own ability. Be straight from the start where you want your career path to go and don't let the company force you in a direction you do not want to go. Research Siemens as a whole and also the particular division you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for technical questions on the product of the business you are going into. Prepare a presentation (if required) by practicing in front of an audience. Think about the questions you will be asked.

Graduate Trainee (customer support manager), Power and Gas at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Answer all questions professionally.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, show them who you really are and what you can bring for the company, They are more interested in personalities rather than qualifications!

Graduate Engineer, IADT at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Show that you stand out and understand the reality of being at the forefront of innovation

Interview Advice:

Have an example for every answer you give

Graduate, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Tailor the application to the role and job description supplied. Do some research into the company, this is when I realised just how huge SIemens is!

Interview Advice:

Be Yourself!
I had to give a presentation so I made sure I was well rehearsed and knew the content inside out so that I could answer any questions.
In the interview, I made sure I had plenty of examples for different competencies they asked about.

Graduate Procurement Trainee, Procurement at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Give specific examples of your work and projects you personally have completed.

Process Engineer, SCM Process Engineering at Siemens
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Application Advice:

- Show enthusiasm, show passion for why you are interested in the role
- Tailor your application so it is unique to Siemens and the job role. It is always obviously when an applicant has used a 'default' application/CV
- Any answers you give, always ba

Interview Advice:

- Using the 'STAR' technique to help structure answers (Situation, Technique, Action and Results).
- Try to use a variety of examples from different situations (School, University, Work, Personal and Extra Curricular)
- Be yourself - It is as much about

IT Business Graduate, Consumer Insight at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Research the company the product they produce and gain an awareness of the sector / industry that they reside within. Have a look at the values that Siemens maintain and evaluate your own.

Interview Advice:

Presentation was a whole day, covering a challange, presentation and interview.

I was required to present on a topic of interest which aligned with qualities required for the job role. Strucure your presentation and content for a variety of audiences as it will contain both technical and non-technical persons.

The interview was competency based. Reflect on your experiences beforehand and construct examples which cover several skills / competencies so you can shape your reply to suit the question asked.

For the challange, if you think prior to the day about how teams function well and the skills which promote good teamwork then that should put you in good shape for the challange, whatever it may be. We had to build a bridge from paper based on a customer brief (remember customer expecation)., but I've also seen spahgetti towers....

Energy Rotational Graduate, Wind Power / OIl and Gas at Siemens
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Application Advice:

If it's what you're interested in then go for it.

Graduate Electronics Engineer, Manufacturing Test Engineer at Siemens
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Application Advice:

For university applicants I would recommend they provide plenty of information on team projects, emphasizing on project processes as well as individual input. Also describe team member relationships etc.

Interview Advice:

Where do you see yourself in five years? For this question, take a look at previous graduates progression within a business to demonstrate you are thinking ahead.

Systems Engineer, Control & Information at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Take ownership of your career.

Interview Advice:

Demonstrate your passion for project management.

Graduate Project Manager, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Research the history of the company before applying, be open with all experience and about your personal interests

Interview Advice:

My interview consisted of a number of team activities and a presentation, so be well prepared presenting in front of others and get to know your subject matter well.

Graduate Trainee, Purchasing at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Research on the company and make sure to submit a really good application.

Practice online testing.

Interview Advice:

Do not compare yourself with other candidates.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Industry Automation at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic and make it clear that you are willing to learn, develop and take on new opportunities.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on the company. Looks good when you know the latest news etc.

Graduate Finance Assistant, Sheffield at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company and show that you have the intellectual capability/stamina to cope with the demands of working whilst studying for CIMA.

Interview Advice:

Plenty of competency based questions.

Business Controller, Energy Wind Power at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Tailor your applications towards Siemens and the Oil and Gas Industry. Focus on key areas where you excel/areas you can improve on if given this opportunity.

Interview Advice:

Prepare and practice presentation in front of a critical audience before the interview.
Consider situational questions and think of times when you've shown/developed key skills i.e. communication, leadership etc.
Wear a smart suit.

Grauate Trainee, Rotational Placements at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Spend as much time as required on your application. Measure the time spent against how much you want to work for Siemens and go from there.

Interview Advice:

Understand the role you are applying for, do your background research on substations and be familiar with the terminology used.

Have an idea of the basic operation and design of a substation. Be prepared to explain how some of the plant works e.g. what a circuit breaker does?

Research the company and be aware of Siemens values, Responsible, Excellent, Innovative.

Graduate Engineer, Renewables at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be yourself then you will find out whether you fit the company values.
Inform yourself about the company and sector you apply to and be inspired by Siemens and the products the company develops and sells because Siemens employees are mostly very proud of their products.

Sales Graduate, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Show case skills in line with the departments. Show case the values of the company and a desire to work in the industry. Plan for the assessment day and questions for interview.

Interview Advice:

Research the company and industry. Always plan questions in advance with specific examples of where you have excelled or shown particular skills. Confident, my interview was with the managing director and therefore it is important you focus when under that pressure. Preparation is key in that.

Business Graduate, Sales / Customer Services at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Don't try to be something you're not.

Graduate Trainee, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Think hard whether you want to work in this company as from an organisation perspective is not part of Siemens plc and so opportunities for moving sector or jobs are limited.

Graduate Trainee, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be honest about yourself. It is necessary for the company to share the same values as you, otherwise you might get in but would find it difficult to adjust.

Interview Advice:

Work on competency skills, have a look at the core values of the company and relate to it.

Rotational Energy Graduate, Energy Sector at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Know your technical areas of accounting.

Understand linkages.

Fiance Graduate, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Take your time and read around about Siemens first. There's a culture within the organisation and throughout you application you will have to articulate the ease of which you could fit into it.

Interview Advice:

You are the expert on you so there really are no trick questions possible, your first thought is probably the correct one. However do practice how to adequately articulate your responses, particularly to the standard interview questions that appear all the time. For Example. What is your worst feature?

Business Analyst, Sales and Account Management at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Consider the Siemens values in your application, ensure you are showing that your goals and values match the company's. For the business graduate scheme showing tenacity and proactiveness is key.

Interview Advice:

The first question I was asked on the phone interview is "what have you done to prepare?". Although it's a cliche, try and stand out from the crowd! Everyone looks at the corporate webpages and can reel of stats. To show my proactiveness I went out and asked some Siemens customers what they thought of the company.

Business Graduate, Siemens Healthcare at Siemens
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Application Advice:

The application is very straight forward with the usual competency based questions and an online test. The assessment center is relaxed and aimed at giving you the best conditions for you to give a correct impression of yourself.

Interview Advice:

Most questions are the usual competency based ones however you have to prove that you can adapt to different environments since that is one of the main challenges of the role.

Rotational Energy Graduate, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

It's all about work experience! the more work experience you have, the better your chances. Without ever doing any placements or having a previous experience, you have little chance of getting a job, even if you have a great degree!
it would be good for you to decide now if you are interested in the renewable or fossil sector of the business and stick to that (if you are an engineer).
Don't worry about the online test so much as the pass grade is much lower than a lot of other companies.

Interview Advice:

The interview is mainly asking how you handled certain problems in you previous work experience. The Telephone interview and the face to face interview are identical so you should practice. Look online for likely questions you might get asked! When did you last work in a team and improve the performance of something (typical question).

Graduate rotation, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

I dont have any particular tips for the initial aplication as opposed to any other company, just ensure that you sell your qualifications and experience.

Interview Advice:

Research the company thoroughly because it is vast, and ensure that your enthusiasm for the company comes across. They want engaged eployees so at the assessment centre it is as much about the company as it is about the degrees and experience you have.

Healthcare Business Graduate, Rotational Business Graduate Scheme at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Take time to answer questions to demostrate competencies listed in the website. Why should they choose you as opposed to thousands of other candiates applying for the same role? Training will be given and not you're not expected to know everything as a graduate but demonstrate enthusiasm and interest to the role you're applying to.

Interview Advice:

Try to use the flip chart, take leadership, give opportunities to others in all the team activities. Demonstrate that you can be a key team player taking everybody's suggestion onboard.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Gain as much experience as you can during university to enable yourself to stand out from the rest.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Drive Technologies at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Do as much research on the company as possible and don't be afraid to say when you don't know as opposed to trying to trying to answer something that you don't.

Graduate R&D Engineer, Wind Power at Siemens
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Application Advice:

- prepare good CV and cover letter and provide references from your tutors or past employers
- answer honestly to all the questions provided and try to encourage potential emplyer that you are the right person for this placement

Interview Advice:

- have some idea about the company and sector you applied for
- be sincere, polite, positive and with smile

Graduate Trainee, Gas Turbines – Compressor/Rotor Engineering at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Do your research, tailor your answers to Siemens.

Interview Advice:

Be different, make yourself stand out from the crowd.

Business Graduate, Vendor Referred Risk at Siemens
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Application Advice:

As most of our Building Technologies are migrating to TCP/IP you should be able to add some credentials to yourself on this field for eg. Networking, CCNA (if possible) etc.

Always make your CV stand out and highlight your key skills both in the application form and your CV

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for a few Team Activities at the Assessment Centre. Keep your confidence level very high throughout the interview and come for the interview well prepared for questions related to your projects (you are currently working on).

Also prepare yourself with good answers (from your past life experience) for popular competency based questions (Search through the internet for more details)

Engineering Graduate, Building Technologies – Solutions and Services at Siemens
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Application Advice:

The application advice is to be yourself, show them that you are innovative, creative, open to new experiences and able to cope with a challenging job environment. That you are able to handle tasks from beginning to end and have a proven track experience of challenging projects where you have succeeded.

Interview Advice:

One of the questions you may be asked is to explain what you know about Siemens AG and its role in the society.
Please search has much as you can about Siemens, and its role in the society, its different sectors and why you would like to work for them.
Also be able to show and give examples of situations. Give a S.T.A.R. (Situation, Task, Action, Result) answer.

Graduate Rotational Engineer, at Siemens
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Application Advice:

I'm learning that teamwork and communication skills are very important for a project manager.
Show some external activity/interest/initiative around the industry the job's in to make yourself stand out.
Tailor your application to the job to demonstrate why you should be in this position - consider how your background story led you to want to manage a project and lead a team in this industry. A few well chosen, targeted applications are better than a scattergun approach, for your future too.

Interview Advice:

Prepare yourself thoroughly for the telephone interview and the assessment centre, there will be many "give me an example of when you..." questions!
There will be a group exercise - be confident, a problem solver, a team player, and a communicator.
If you make a presentation you will obviously prepare very well, but a key part is your ability to explain answers to questions and show a logical approach.
There is a continental culture within Siemens - don't be afraid to speak up if you disagree, you may be the only one that's right.

Wind Power Graduate Trainee, Technical Sales at Siemens
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Application Advice:

I'm learning that teamwork and communication skills are very important for a project manager.
Show some external activity/interest/initiative around the industry the job's in to make yourself stand out.
Tailor your application to the job to demonstrate why you should be in this position - consider how your background story led you to want to manage a project and lead a team in this industry. A few well chosen, targeted applications are better than a scattergun approach, for your future too.

Interview Advice:

Prepare yourself thoroughly for the telephone interview and the assessment centre, there will be many "give me an example of when you..." questions!
There will be a group exercise - be confident, a problem solver, a team player, and a communicator.
If you make a presentation you will obviously prepare very well, but a key part is your ability to explain answers to questions and show a logical approach.
There is a continental culture within Siemens - don't be afraid to speak up if you disagree, you may be the only one that's right.

Wind Power Graduate Trainee, Technical Sales at Siemens
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Application Advice:

The experience on the graduate programme relates to the thought and effort invested. Those who expect decisions to be made for you and for personal development and direction to be managed on your behalf, need not apply. However if you are able to proactively look for ways to develop and learn it will be noticed and rewarded accordingly.

Interview Advice:

Management capabilities will be tested during the assessment centre

Operations manager, Operations at Siemens
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Application Advice:

Be yourself in the application. Honesty is the best policy. If you have the right degree for the job you will get through the preliminary stages easily.
If you do an online test, do the practice tests at least 5 times and until you are happy with your results from the tests and comfortable with the questions.
Most applications get through to the online test, this is just a way to select those who have a good standard of English and maths.
Don't forget to mention why Siemens! Go online to the Siemens website and look at the corporate videos, take some notes and try to tie this in with your application but be careful to not just state that you watched some videos.

Interview Advice:

For the phone interview take your time when answering the questions and try to arrange it so it’s not on the day of your graduation, although this may have helped me to relax for the interview! Do the necessary preparation as for any interview and be knowledgeable about Siemens, what we do and who we are! Be sure to ask some questions and also be sure that they are sensible and relevant questions!

If you make it through this, congratulations! Assessment day is upon you! Relax and take it all in your stride, be yourself and don't be afraid to talk to the managers about anything that is appropriate for the day! Enjoy it, because I did! Remember to do the same preparation as you did for the telephone interview and be ready for a team exercise, speak up and make yourself heard!

Graduate Assistant Technical Project Manager, Offshore Wind Energy at Siemens
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Best:

International opportunities

Worst:

Big company - perhaps easy to get overlooked

Graduate Engineer, Graduate Programme at Siemens
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Best:

All divisions of Siemens are in exciting and innovative industries, this makes for an exciting work environment with excited and passionate colleagues.

The company invest hugely into every single employee and are open to all suggestions and training opportunities.

Worst:

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Finance and Commercial Graduate, Rail Electrification at Siemens
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Best:

There are lots of opportunities to get involved in tasks, and to gain experience across the whole business. Flexible management slowing you the freedom to plan your own workload, working hours and tasks. There is a focus on growth and innovation across the company. there is a champions award which allows you to nominate/be nominated by colleagues to recognize people going the extra mile. There is a lot of opportunity for personal development and training. People are friendly and there are minimal office politics, there is a lot of support available to graduates.
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Worst:

HR takes a long time to onboard new people so there can be a wait for Laptop/ID card/ accounts/equipment etc. IT can be painful, with long wait times for support when anything goes wrong.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Builidng Technologies at Siemens
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Best:

They treat you as a real part of the organisation, rather than providing piecemeal work- you feel valued and empowered.

Worst:

It can be slow moving at times; due to it's large size and technical nature.

Graduate Buyer, Strategic Procurement at Siemens
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Best:

Large company, multiple resources.

Worst:

Large company, can't get involved in everything.

Graduate Engineer, Software at Siemens
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Best:

Huge global company with opportunities to travel, work abroad and obtain skills in different parts of the business that you wouldn't always have.

Worst:

Siemens have too many acronyms that as a new employee you have no idea what people are talking about.

Graduate Electrical & Electronics Engineer, Customer Service at Siemens
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Best:

They are in every engineering sector so there is flexibility in moving between Siemens departments/sectors, starting salary very good.

Worst:

Company is so vast that you will sometimes be doing something which someone else mayalready have the answer to, but no one knows.

Graduate Engineer, Graduates & Trainee’s at Siemens
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Best:

Really interesting product portfolio and strong ethical practices.

Worst:

A lot of people wanting a few senior positions.

Finance Gradate, Finance at Siemens
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Best:

The Global presence of Siemens provides opportunities worldwide.

Worst:

Bureaucracy

Graduate Engineer, at Siemens
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Best:

Large, multinational company which operates in a wide range of sectors

Worst:

The divisions between the divisions, i.e. you don't always feel like you're part of the wider company. Graduates at other sites may have a very different experience to yours, from style of the graduate scheme, to level of autonomy and down to the equipment provided

Graduate Engineer, Graduates at Siemens
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Best:

Globally recognised, career progression.

Worst:

Complex, large structure.

Finance Graduate, Commercial Project Management at Siemens
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Best:

Vast Opportunities for progression

Worst:

Salary offered is a bit lower compared to the market

Graduate Engineer, Rail Automation at Siemens
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Best:

Pioneering engineering company that really looks after its staff. No micromanaging and the benefits are excellent. Really chilled out place to work which creates a nice atmosphere.

Worst:

Some sites can have older colleagues that take less kindly to people who are trying to change the company for the better - which can make working difficult at times.

Graduate Engineer, Digital Factory and Process Drives at Siemens
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Best:

Large international company
Lots of benefits that a corporate company would bring
Good opportunities to get involved in a variety of aspects

Worst:

Some very long internal processes with multiple levels of approval.
Different working cultures across the business which sometimes creates a conflict of interest

Graduate Field Service Operations Manager, Intelligent Traffic Systems at Siemens
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Best:

Ethical.
Long-term vision, no knee-jerk reactions.
Invests in staff.
Prestigious name.
Good work/life balance. (can work longer hours if needed, but no real pressure to do so)
Listen to ideas, high level of employee engagement

Worst:

Sometimes slow to move, but also an advantage (see long-term vision)

Business Graduate, Siemens Financial Services at Siemens
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