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Answered 17 April 2017
I applied for a Sales Advisor position. First stage is an online assessment, it takes around 15 minutes and the questions are about what you would do in certain situations. Second is a video interview which is just standard 'can you tell me a time when you did this' stuff. Its not too bad, there are 5 pre recorded questions and you get 30 seconds to have a think, then two minutes to record your answer. If you pass that you get invited to an assessment day. There you will be in a group and you will be there for around 3-4 hours. You have to complete a few group tasks, then do a role play where you have to put together a suitable package for a potential customer, then you do an interview. This interview is more about you and your strengths rather than being about situations where you have done certain things. It's fairly relaxed you just need to be yourself, interact with the group, and ask relevant questions during the role play. They're just looking to see how you communicate with others mostly as that is pretty much the biggest part of the role. It's a pretty relaxed day, and I'm sure you will have fun. I applied in November, I got the email yesterday to say I had passed the assessment day but this isn't a formal job offer. I had a phone call from a lady to say they're just waiting to sort out a start date, and they will be back to me within a week or two. I believe there will be some background checks. I'm guessing once everything is finalised and I hopefully start the process will have taken around two months.
Answered 22 March 2017
Centrally recruited,Step by step process like 1. Mobile interview then 2. Face to Face interview then3. Final shortlisted Interview4. Induction for final selection
Answered 25 February 2017
How are the working hours at Sky?
Asked 25 February 2017
There are 2 shift patterns that you can choose from, 11hrs per day or 8hrs per day.
Answered 25 February 2017
Use the Sky behaviours as a guideline as to what they are looking for. Use the STAR technique for interview questions SituationTaskActionsResult/reflection Remember to do your homework, research the company and the department you are interested in, reach out to people on LinkedIn.Always remember to be customer focus. Sky puts its customers at the heart of everything it does. We believe in better, we strive to be the best.
Answered 17 March 2017
I already have lot of experience working with them.
Answered 13 December 2017
Yes I have weekend and flexible weekends.
Answered 23 April 2017
Is the pay before/after tax?... e.g. The salary for an sales advisor is £17-18,000 a year. Also do you get paid weekly or monthly?
Answered 16 April 2017
Can you work remotely at Sky?
Asked 14 October 2018
Yes. Hybrid working is in place so it's two days in the office each week and then the remaining three days at home.
Answered 14 October 2018
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