The following is a Graduate Review for Babcock International Group.
Babcock International Group scores 3.9/5 based on 317 reviews.
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What is the annual salary for this role?
Starting salary: £27,000 - £29,000
Current salary: £31,000 - £33,000
What hours do you actually work, on average?
What advice would you give to someone applying to this role?
If you join this graduate scheme, there are so many opportunities to develop your professional skills and enhance your ability to successfully progress throughout your career. Take advantage of all of these opportunities. Qualifications and courses such as APM Project Management, IOSH, NEBOSH and various practical and theory based modules required for professional chartership, etc. are conducted during your working hours. Therefore you are literally being paid to develop professionally and enhance your CV!
Do you have any interview tips?
The assessment centre was split into three parts; Competency based interview; Presentation; Team exercise. Prepare for the interview by researching how to answer competency based questions if you have not done so before. For the presentation keep to the set timings and relax. Frequent eye contact, positive body language and stay calm. If possible, try and enjoy being centre stage for 5 or so minutes. For the group exercise don't fixate too much on finding the right solution to the mock task. Focus instead on demonstrating your strengths of working within and leading a group. For example, show your time keeping ability by instigating a group agreement to put time limits for working on each section of the task. Contribute and make your points heard. In addition, make a point of asking quieter members of the group what they think during a discussion. This demonstrates good communication and cooperation skills.
Auditor, Accountancy at Barnes Roffe LLP