Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Application Process With SHELL



You can apply using Shell's online application system. After creating your profile, you will be required to complete three pre-registration questions to assess eligibility for Student opportunities. The next step is to select the opportunity you wish to apply for, and then complete the application form, attaching your CV/resume.

Once you have submitted the application form and CV/resume there will be a short questionnaire to complete.

When Shell has received your completed form and questionnaire, your application will then be available for consideration.

We'll confirm that we have received your details within 48 hours of submission.

Please note that Shell (nor any of the organisations that recruit on our behalf) never ask for any money or payments from applicants, at any point in the recruitment process. All individuals who are successful in gaining an offer of employment from Shell, whether directly or indirectly, are always required to go through a formal recruitment process.




We'll let you know whether you'll be invited to the interview stage approximately two weeks after receiving your completed application.

The interview will take place either face-to-face or over the telephone. We'll be assessing how you perform against the criteria listed above. At the end of the interview, you'll have the chance to ask us some questions of your own - about the role, the culture, work environment or any other area of interest to you.

This is an opportunity for you to tell us more about your achievements, the challenges you've faced and how you've demonstrated the qualities we're looking for.



The Shell Recruitment Day

If you're successful at your interview, we'll let you know if you'll be invited to our Shell Recruitment Day (SRD) within three weeks.

This is our chance to see you in action in a variety of different work scenarios. We'll be assessing how well you demonstrate the key competencies we're looking for.

You'll be joined on the SRD by up to six other candidates and four assessors who'll be observing individual performances, not looking for winners and losers.

The day will last for eight hours, including time for lunch, refreshment breaks and preparation, and you'll undertake three key exercises: a Case Study; a Group Discussion and a Business Scenario Interview, Technical Presentation or Technical Interview.

We'll endeavour to notify you of the outcome of the SRD a few days after the event, although this can take longer in some markets.
Please note that all the timings given above are average times for each step in the process. However during periods of high applications, each step can also take longer.



Assessed Internship/Gourami

If we think you’re the right match for us, we’ll make you an offer for an internship/Gourami or Personal Development Award and begin to finalise the arrangements with you.

Throughout your time on the Gourami Business Challenge or the Internship, we’ll be assessing your performance and development through a structured review process.

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