At Campbell Arnott’s we take a candidate centred approach to Talent Acquisition and take pride in building an environment that nurtures exceptional talent and cultivates an exceptional culture. We look for people who can hit the ground running, devour new challenges, and generate innovative ideas with passion and enthusiasm!
Our multi-assessment approach to Talent Acquisition provides us the ability to match the right talent to the right role and understand your passion to work for one of Australia’s most iconic companies.
This is predominately through behavioural based interviewing where we assess your skills and experience against our company values. Other ways we assess are through case studies, personality and technical testing, meeting with colleagues / our leadership team, pre-employment medicals and reference checking.
Our culture also drives the way we conduct business. As a team we live and breathe our company values. Our talented people Drive Decision Making and Create Direction, through Inspiring Trust and Executing with Excellence, with the end goal of Owning the Result, and above all always putting the Customer First.
Tips on preparing for an interview
- Research – Spend some time reviewing our website, social media channels and any other sources of information you can find, to develop your understanding of our business and brands.
- Prepare – Practice “behavioural” based questions (those that require you to give examples of prior experience). The best way to prepare for these questions is to go through your resume to refresh your memory about your work history and experiences you might like to draw upon. It may also be appropriate for you to outline what you learnt from the experience. Also, be prepared to discuss your strengths, but just as importantly your areas for development. We all have them so don’t be afraid to discuss them.
- Appearance – Unless otherwise indicated, we would recommend formal attire for your interview.
- Get to know us – We will allow you time at the end of the interview for you to ask us any questions, so please consider these in advance. Remember the interview is a two way process, it’s just as important for you to feel comfortable about the role and working for us.
- Managing nerves – Interviews can be quite stressful and we make allowances for the fact some people may be feeling nervous. Take the time to relax beforehand, arrive in plenty of time and prepare as much as possible.
For more information on our recruitment approach, click here
We look forward to sharing a bikkie (or two) with you when you get here!