Application Advice: - Research the company. Understand what the company is promoting heavily today and what it has in the pipeline for delivery. Good sources for this information are the company's corporate website and media/tech websites that specialise in the TV and teleco
Interview Advice: - Once you have submitted your application, the next stage of the process is a telephone interview. Subsequent to that, you will be invited to a half-day assessment centre (which typically includes another interview, a group exercise and a case study acti
Application Advice: Carefully research the projects the company has recently delivered/is currently delivering. Make sure you know as much about what the role involves as possible.
Interview Advice: Think of examples of things you have done either in education, work or personal interests that might reflect the key skills referenced on the Sky website and in the job description. Consider how your work (from a project delivery perspective) might impact/involve different areas of the wider Sky business..
Application Advice: Be yourself when interviewing - the job is about being able to think on your feet and responding to unfamiliar problem, so don't worry if you don't know the exact right answer to everything.
Interview Advice: Speak up on the group interview section, but make it clear that you value insight from others too.
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Have your own questions prepared.It's your turn! As the interview comes to a close, one of the final questions you may be asked is "What can I answer for you?" Your interviewer will expect you to have...
Research the Company.Do your homework about the employer and the industry so you are ready for the interview question "What do you know about this company?"