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Graduate Briefing Pack – Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur
Introduction About the Shell Recruitment Day Shell careers Background A walk through the Shell Recruitment Day What happens next? Appendices 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Travel and local information Expenses SRD venue Accommodation Pre-SRD event Key contacts On the day SRD exercises Technical presentation
10. Technical interview 11. After the SRD
• Travel information and directions Please read through this pack carefully to ensure you complete all the necessary paperwork before attending the SRD. we have produced some safety advice to help you stay safe during your visit. Accommodation It is likely that your hotel accommodation will already have been booked by Shell.About the Shell Recruitment Day Congratulations on being invited to join a Shell Recruitment Day (SRD). As one of the routes into Shell. The day gives you the opportunity to show us your potential and will help you decide if Shell is the right company for you. All other charges such as telephone calls will be charged to your own account. . and thank you for agreeing to take the time to find out more about what Shell can offer you. assessing you across a variety of different work scenarios and observing how well you demonstrate the key competencies we’re looking for. Both require preparation before the SRD. Safety. To check what arrangements you need to make for your accommodation. Upon a successful performance at the SRD. interviews and a group discussion – enabling you to find out how well you cope in different business scenarios and assess your potential for business or technical leadership. see appendix 5. any reasonable adjustments or special assistance for the Shell Recruitment Day. Before the Shell Recruitment Day Travel and expenses We will reimburse you for the cost of any reasonable or predefined expenses as long as you can provide receipts. please contact us at careers@shell. The day includes exercises. please see appendix 4. To find out if an event is scheduled prior to your SRD. Security and Environment (HSSE) features as a key element of our recruitment and learning events. covering the cost of your room and breakfast only. which you will need to settle when checking out. trainers or sportswear). Dress code Smart/business dress is recommended for the SRD (no jeans. In some circumstances. In some cases. and determine whether we will be able to make you a formal offer of employment. t-shirts. you will participate in a range of activities. With this in mind. It is a chance for us to observe you in action. Safety information At Shell we care about your safety and are committed to ensuring that Health. you may need to book your own accommodation and receive reimbursement for the cost from Shell.com. During the SRD. our Recruitment Days give us a chance to see you in action. Queries If you have any queries please email us at careers@shell. appendix 2 for information on the reimbursement of expenses. Shell will make travel arrangements for you. and appendix 3 for information on the SRD venue. Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer If you require an accommodation. we will endeavour to find a suitable graduate opportunity for you within the Shell Group. Please be sure to read our safety guidance. and for more details. Pre-Shell Recruitment Day events Events may be scheduled for the afternoon/evening before your SRD.com. its purpose and more information about the people who will be involved during the day. It contains: • An overview of the event • Information on who you will meet on the day and the different exercises you will take part in • Information and preparation forms for the technical presentation and technical interview – if you have applied for a technical role you will need to complete a technical presentation OR technical interview. We look forward to meeting you and wish you every success in your journey with Shell. Pack contents This pack provides you with an overview of the event. Please see appendix 1 for information on making your travel arrangements.
our experience has shown that excellent qualifications alone are rarely sufficient to be successful within a company as challenging. What are we looking for? While your academic record was one of the reasons we invited you to attend an SRD. because it’s also your opportunity to find out about Shell and see if we are a good fit for your career aspirations and ambitions. It is possible for everyone to be successful. Please note: You will need to speak conversational English to take part in the SRD. The facilitator is an expert on the running of the SRD and assists the Assessors in following best practice. Assessors – The Assessor team is made up of business leaders who make recruitment decisions for their business. The role of the Assessor is to help you demonstrate your CAR(T) qualities. there are between four and eight candidates at each SRD. motivated individuals who can be positive about the benefits of energy and apply creative. It is important to remember that you are being assessed as individuals. Background Why do we hold a Shell Recruitment Day? Attending a Shell Recruitment Day gives us a chance to see you in action. How that energy is delivered will matter to all of us. If you are not a native English speaker you will be given more time to prepare where appropriate. resilience and confidence – you’ll be someone who can always get things done • Relationship skills: You should have the character and ability to work effectively with others in a diverse team We will also want to assess your technical abilities. if you’re interested in a technical career with us: • Technical skills: Understanding and approaching technical issues coupled with an enthusiasm for technical challenge. but your use of English is not one of the selection criteria. identify issues. It’s a two-way process. problem solving to meet this challenge. like how we will meet the world’s energy demands over the next half century. . observing how well you demonstrate the key competencies we’re seeking. We are looking for creative. timely fashion. Assessors are often also the line managers for recruits’ initial assignments. diverse and global as Shell. Usually there are four Assessors at each SRD. persistent. We’ve identified the qualities that we believe are critical to high performance in Shell and we’ll assess you against our CAR(T) criteria: • Capacity: You’ll need to bring the intellectual. This is the energy challenge and Shell is committed to playing its part in building a responsible energy future. and are welcome to bring a dictionary. Energy will need to be produced in environmentally and socially responsible ways. Who will be involved? You will meet the following people during your SRD: Participants – Usually. to our children and our grandchildren. The world will need vast amounts of extra energy in the coming decades to reduce poverty and to meet growing global demand. Candidate Co-ordinator – The Candidate Coordinator is responsible for the logistics of the SRD. make judgements and propose solutions • Achievement: We’ll expect plenty of enthusiasm. assessing how you handle a variety of different work scenarios. The Candidate Co-ordinator is your first point of call should you have any questions during the day.About the Shell Recruitment Day Shell careers A career with Shell is not your average day job – it’s your chance to join a company that tackles real world problems. analytical and creative ability to learn quickly. SRD Facilitator – The recruitment manager responsible for managing your application will host the day. including dealing with greenhouse gas emissions. ensuring it runs in a smooth.
see appendix 7. you may wish to bring along reading/study material in case of any waiting time in between exercises. Relationship and Technical qualities throughout the day.About the Shell Recruitment Day A walk through the Shell Recruitment Day In some circumstances. See appendix 10 for the preparation form for the technical interview. We hope that you enjoy the SRD and look forward to meeting you. see appendix 8. You will then be advised of our decision. Achievement. you may also be asked to take a numerical test. If you have expressed a preference for a career in Trading. rewarding and ultimately enjoyable experience. Achievement. it will be mentioned in your covering letter and your Candidate Co-ordinator will send you background information and example questions by email. The day itself Please note. . Candidates for all other businesses will complete the business scenario interview. Relationships and Technical. See appendix 9 for preparation notes for the technical presentation. If you were successful at the SRD. With the exception of the technical presentation and technical interview. a social event will be held the day before the SRD. Where this is the case. For detailed information on what happens after the SRD has taken place. We hope that you find the SRD a valuable. if any. go to appendix 11. If this applies to you. has been made. and use it as an opportunity to find out if we fit your career aspirations and ambitions. What happens next? At the end of the day the Assessors meet to review your performance and the extent to which you demonstrated the Capacity. For detailed information about the exercises you will be taking part in. The day generally comprises of three exercises: 1) case study 2) group discussion 3) business scenario interview or a technical presentation or a technical interview* * If you are applying for a technical role in any of our businesses you will undertake either a technical presentation or a technical interview depending on your level of study. and you will need to prepare in advance of the SRD. skills and abilities in relation to the criteria of Capacity. To see what provision. Joining Shell means getting more out of your working life than you thought possible. By using a variety of different situations. no preparation is required for these exercises. The three exercises (with the exception of the technical presentation/interview) are based around the types of problems and challenges typically tackled by professionals within Shell. it will be stated in your covering letter. To find out more about what will happen on the day. This review is then used to make a decision on whether you successfully completed the SRD. we will review your qualifications against our available job openings and determine whether we will be able to make you a formal offer of employment. we give you numerous opportunities to demonstrate your personal strengths. please see appendix 5. which requires no preparation.
9. 7. 11. Travel and local information Expenses SRD venue Accommodation Pre-SRD event Key contacts On the day SRD exercises Technical presentation Technical interview After the SRD . 8. 5. 6. 10. 4. 3. 2.Appendices 1.
Personal Insurance It is your responsibility to arrange any appropriate travel insurance. It is advisable to take out appropriate cover with your travel agent but this will be for your own account. Kuala Lumpur AIR The airport you will be travelling to is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) or Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT). Shell House is at the end of the road. Taxi coupon can be purchased from the Budget Taxi counter. take the KLIA Express to KL Sentral. The Monorail. From Station take a taxi to Shell House which is approximately 10 minutes away. TRAIN KLIA EXPRESS If travelling by air. are light rail transit systems. Both airports are located about 65km from Shell House and travel time is about 1 hour. Public taxis are available 24 hours a day.klia. For more information please visit: http://www. Charges from 12 midnight – 6. CAR From South From Seremban. which utilize elevated tracks that cuts across and above busy intersections in the city.com. Head towards Jalan Kuching and this will take you to Jalan Duta and Jalan Semantan. Please use LRT and exit Bangsar or KL Sentral Station. RapidLRT on the other hand. TAXI From KL Sentral take a taxi to Shell House. . drive towards Damansara Heights via the North-South Expressway (PLUS) which will take you to the Sungai Besi Toll Plaza. Note: Travel information listed are indicative only. Immediately after the hotel turn left and go straight. Most of the train systems connect in KL Sentral. Subject to change by service providers. Immediately after the hotel turn left and go straight. The Peninsula Residence Hotel is on your left. The Peninsula Residence Hotel is on your left. Shell House is at the end of the road.00 am will be 50% higher. Shell is unable to accept liability for loss or damage to any items of luggage. Exit Damansara and follow Jalan Duta and head towards Jalan Semantan. The KTM Komuter is a land based train that plies railway tracks and cuts through major residential areas in and around Kuala Lumpur. IMMIGRATION REQUIREMENTS Non-Malaysians require a valid passport with a minimum of six months validity from their arrival date.my/ From North Using the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) exit at the Jalan Duta Toll Plaza.Appendix 1 – Travel and local information TRAVEL INFORMATION Damansara Heights. Malaysia’s central railway hub located in Brickfields.
Other travelling expenses to Shell Office for the interview will be reimbursed to you. Time: hh:00 am/pm (*** The SRD will end at 6 pm) Your travel arrangements will be made by CWT and you will receive a confirmation email from them with the details within 2 working days. Reimbursement Guide (For candidates not residing in the Klang Valley. Hotel & Air Transportation Shell provides air travel and hotel accommodation facilities for candidates who are not residing in the Klang Valley. Claims not supported by receipts or documents will not be reimbursed.com. Please provide all receipts and proof of purchase to substantiate your claims. Where applicable. We do not reimburse for meals during your travel for Shell interview. car parking and any overland travel expenses. forward it to CWT at shell@holidaytours. 1 Jalan Seri Utara 1 Seri Utara. Date: dd/mm/yyyy b. . receipted taxi and bus charges.com by using the ‘cc’ function. Please include the following details in your email: a) b) c) d) e) f) Name as per Identity Card/Passport: XXX Email address: XXX@XXX. Off Jalan Ipoh 68100 Kuala Lumpur.Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) Shell Travel Agency No.com Mobile/contact no: XXX Booking code: MY-GRAD KUALA LUMPUR Location you are travelling from: XXX Arrival Date/Time: (A day before SRD) i) Date: dd/mm/yyyy ii)Time: hh:00 am/pm (*** The Pre-SRD event will start at 2 pm) g) Departure Date/Time (SRD Day) a. we will reimburse return airport transit expenses. As the SRD is a one and a half day event. All your claims must be converted to your base country currency. Visa.com.60 per km.my Please take note that all incidentals incurred at the hotel will be borne by you. If you are driving to Kuala Lumpur for the interview. Please follow the guidelines below for the booking process: Steps: Within 24 hours of receiving the SRD email invite.my and copy careers@shell. West Malaysia Tel +6 03 6286 6119 Fax +6 03 6286 6119 Email . a one-night hotel stay is provided. you can claim mileage at a rate of MYR0.shell@holidaytours.
Appendix 2 – Travel Expenses Candidate Expense Claim Form To claim for your travel expenses. Personal details Last name First name Address Postal code or zip code City State (if applicable) Country Email address Telephone number Interview/SRD/Final Assessment details Date Interview/SRD/Final Assessment Location Interview/SRD/Final Assessment Bank details Bank name Bank country Bank account owner name Bank account number Sort code (applicable for UK banks) SWIFT code (applicable for Europe and Malaysia banks) Bank key (applicable for US banks) .com within 60 days after your interview/SRD/Final Assessment. you will need to complete an expense claim form and send it to careers@shell. In the event you are unable to scan your receipts. please return the form together with all the original receipts to your Candidate Co-ordinator. You will need to scan all receipts and supporting documents and provide your bank details so that we can pay the expenses directly into your bank account.
Once your expense claim has been received. Failure to provide all details requested could result in a delay in the reimbursement of your expenses.60 per km 0. it will take approximately 5 – 6 weeks for reimbursement. Please settle these when checking out of the hotel. Shell will only pay for one night hotel accommodation and any incidental charges such as telephone calls or mini bar charges are for your account.16 per mile 0.Expenses details Note: GBP: Euro: MYR: USD: For mileage. please use the following guidelines: 0. .20 per mile 0. Please make sure you make copies of your expenses and keep them until you have been reimbursed.50 per mile Expenses description Amount Currency Total Please stipulate the currency in which you would like to be reimbursed.
.Please refer below for the list of Malaysian Bank Swift Code. please consult your local bank for the Bank Swift Code. For Foreign Candidates. Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Bank Name Affin Bank Alliance Bank Ambank CIMB Bank Bhd (FKA Bumiputera Commerce) Citibank EON Bank Hong Leong Bank HSBC MAYBANK OCBC Public Bank RHB Bank United Overseas Bank (Malaysia) Bhd Bank Simpanan Nasional Kuala Lumpur Deutsche Bank AG Kuala Lumpur Bank Islam Malaysia Bank Muamalat Bank Rakyat Swift Codes PHBMMYKLXXX MFBBMYKLXXX ARBKMYKLXXX CIBBMYKLXXX CITIMYKLXXX EOBBMYKLXXX HLBBMYKLXXX HBMBMYKLXXX MBBEMYKLXXX OCBCMYKLXXX PBBEMYKLXXX RHBBMYKLXXX UOVBMYKLXXX BSNAMYK1XXX DEUTMYKLXXX BIMBMYKLXXX BMMBMYKLXXX BKRMMYK1XXX The above list shows the most common banks in Malaysia.
Appendix 3 – SRD venue Shell People Services (Asia) Sdn Bhd Bangunan Shell Malaysia Changkat Semantan. Damansara Heights 50490 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2091 2164/8321 4531 Fax: +603 2091 2602 Map to Shell House .
Appendix 4 – Accommodation Hotel Directions Shell Panel Hotels: INTERCONTINENTAL KUALA LUMPUR INTERCONTINENTAL KUALA LUMPUR 165.my Website: http://www. Malaysia.princehotelkl.intercontinental.com. Tel: (603) 2161 1111 Fax: (603) 2161 1122 E-mail: reservation@intercontinental- kl.com/ . 50450 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Tel: (603) 2170-8888 Fax: (603) 2170-8999 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org PRINCE HOTEL & RESIDENCE No. 50450 Kuala Lumpur.my Website: http://www.4 Jalan Conlay.com. Jalan Ampang.
KUALA LUMPUR 55100 Tel: (60) 3 21174888 Fax:(60) 3 21421441 Website: http://www.com/my/ .GRAND MILLENNIUM KUALA LUMPUR 160 JL.millenniumhotels. BUKIT BINTANG.
Dress code Smart/casual dress is appropriate for both the SRD pre-briefing and SRD. focused around: • Ensuring that you are familiar with what will happen the following day • Giving you the chance to learn more about the selection criteria and the assessment exercises we will use during the SRD • Providing you with a detailed timetable of activities • Giving background information about the SRD exercises • Answering any other questions you may have around Shell and the opportunities we have to offer. there will be an SRD pre-briefing from the facilitator.Appendix 5 – Pre-SRD event On the afternoon before the SRD. .
please email to careers@shell.Soh@shell.Abd-Samad@shell.com Zuriati Zahid Malaysia 603-2084 3649 Zuriati.com If you have queries or need further information.AbuBakar@shell.com .com Zanariah Abu Bakar Malaysia 603-8321 4531 Zanariah.com Roslina Abd Samad Malaysia 603-2091 2164 Roslina.Appendix 6 – Contacts KEY CONTACTS AND FOCAL POINTS Name Country Telephone Email Evelynn Soh Malaysia 603-2084 3462 Evelynn.Zahid@shell.
. Please do not take them out of Shell after the SRD has finished. On the SRD day.Appendix 7 – On the day On the day Please make sure you arrive at the office in good time and remember to bring the background information that has been given to you. we will ask you to return all the materials that have been given to you. A typical example of a Technical Shell Recruitment Day programme: NB: Exercises and times are subject to change depending on the number of candidates and allocated preparation time.
.Example of a Commercial Shell Recruitment Day programme: NB: Exercises and times are subject to change depending on the number of candidates and allocated preparation time.
• During the third part of the exercise. performance and environment. You will be given some background information about the company. You will have 25 minutes of preparation time. actions and your ability to support your plan. The Assessors will be interested in your ideas on how you would manage the topic. however. You will first have five minutes to read through the given information before you meet other committee members and choose which investment proposals to put forward. you will take part in a 15-minute preliminary meeting with other members of your committee to decide which investment proposals you want to put forward to the Review Board for consideration. including the various divisions and the country in which it operates. Shell gives a proportion of its profits for investment in social projects. technical presentation or technical interview a) Business scenario interview There are two sections to this exercise. You will be expected to outline the rationale for your proposals and be able to discuss the topic in a broader context. Achievement and Relationships. The exercise is split into four parts: • You will first be given five minutes to read the information individually • During the second part. The scenario for the exercise is around social performance and sustainable development. after which you will meet with two Assessors who will ask you questions about your analysis. • In the final part of the exercise. you will be required to informally brief two Assessors on: • issues facing the company and the key actions you propose to take • potential implications for the company’s short. 3) Business scenario interview. Your group will then meet as the Review Board with the other committees to agree the allocation of funds. A Review Board made up of representatives from different committees agrees how to allocate the funds and makes a recommendation to Shell. After you have completed the preparation. your purpose. In the first section. The exercise is observed by Assessors who are interested in finding out how your team works together. You are not expected to be an expert in the subject area. medium and long term strategy and direction. and how you manage the meetings in order to meet the desired objective. Although you are working as a team you will be assessed individually. both of which last 20 minutes. You will be asked to imagine that you are a community representative for one of the committees. you will be given a list of business relevant problems from which you must choose one to analyse and think about potential solutions. 2) Group discussion The group discussion is completed in small teams. Information about your specific task will be given to you at the SRD. This five-minute informal presentation is followed by a 20-minute discussion around the issues identified and your proposed actions. Your task is to decide how to allocate the social investment funds and make recommendations to a Shell representative. you will take part in a press conference in which ‘journalists’ will ask you questions about your recommendations. You will not be required to deliver a formal presentation. During this exercise we will be observing the elements of Capacity. you will take part in a 25-30 minute review board meeting. . You will be assigned a role within a fictitious company in an imaginary country and be given 90 minutes to analyse approximately 20 to 25 documents relating to the company’s activities. This information will form the basis for the Case Study and the Group Exercise.Appendix 8 – SRD exercises 1) Case study This exercise is completed individually. before the SRD. detailed technical knowledge is not required.
Be prepared to talk about the content of your presentation and to discuss in a larger context beyond the academic level to possibly cover implications. bringing your own laptop is not required. If you are applying for a technical role and do not have this experience. We cannot guarantee the most recent version of Microsoft PowerPoint on our laptops.In the second section. c) Technical interview If you are applying for a technical role and do not have experience of conducting independent and original research or technical project work. so we advise you to bring your presentation in a version compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 or Vista. during which time the assessors will only stop you to seek clarification. not the ‘gloss’ of your delivery and view graphs. please contact your Candidate Co-ordinator. Wherever possible. Please be cautious with any confidential information and avoid using complicated graphics on your presentation slides as they might not appear correctly if there is a difference in the version. you will need to give a technical presentation. and who was involved in executing this plan in addition to you • Your principal findings and conclusions • Measurable results • Your recommendations for further work (by you or by others) • The implications of the work in its widest context You will be given a maximum of 15 minutes to deliver your presentation. you will sit a technical interview. You should prepare a 15-minute presentation on a technically relevant aspect of your academic research or work experience. or internship experience). The objective is for you to demonstrate both your research skills and creative technical abilities that are relevant to the role you are applying for. Assessors with expertise in your area will attend your presentation. and a projector/beamer will be available on the day. 2) . We will still be observing the elements of Capacity. b) Technical presentation If you are applying for a technical role and have experience of conducting independent and original research or technical project work (for example PhD or MSc thesis work. You will need to create your technical presentation in advance of the Shell Recruitment Day.if they are written neatly. You are advised to look beyond the academic application of your project and expand the rationale behind your research and the wider consequences. this is fine. Please send to careers@shell. If in doubt. Please do not spend a long time preparing overheads/slides . A projector/beamer will be available at the time of your presentation. After the presentation. Therefore. Please follow the rules and guidelines below when preparing and conducting your presentation: 1) Your presentation should focus on a relevant aspect of the area of your work which you feel best meets the overall objective The presentation should cover (as appropriate): • The objectives of the work • Your analysis of the main issues • Your action plan.com the title of your presentation and a short summary (half an A4 page Word document) at least three weeks before you attend the Shell Recruitment Day. solutions or impact. so it is important to use your preparation time to think about your content. A laptop with Microsoft PowerPoint. Achievement and Relationships as well as your technical skills during this exercise. you will complete a technical interview instead. you and the Assessors will engage in a discussion that may last for a further 30 minutes. You are welcome to use PowerPoint slides/overheads but are limited to a maximum of 12 for your presentation. Please note that you will be assessed on the content of your presentation and the subsequent discussions. you will be asked to provide examples of situations in which you have worked as a team and also how you have learnt or developed a new skill.
You will then be asked additional questions on these projects.This requires preparation in advance of the SRD itself. For the technical interview preparation form. which you need to submit before attending the SRD. giving a summary of one or two projects. For more information about the technical presentation. . please see appendix 10. We will be observing the elements of Capacity. Your interview will be based on the information you provide on the technical interview form. Achievement and Relationships as well as your technical skills during this exercise. Assessors with expertise in your area will attend your presentation. and return it to careers@shell. Please complete the technical interview form. The objective is for you to demonstrate the technical abilities you have that are relevant to the role. Please be cautious with any confidential information. Wherever possible.com at least three weeks before the SRD. see appendix 9. You will need to prepare a short description of up to two projects that you have worked on that are technically relevant to the role you are applying for.
Please note that you will be assessed on your technical ability. nor do we expect you to spend a long time preparing slides/overheads. you may use slides/ flipcharts.Appendix 9 – Notes for technical presentation Background As part of the Shell Recruitment Day. To make the presentation. Please contact us if you have any questions. which is demonstrated by the content of your presentation and the subsequent discussions. During this discussion. The presentation Please prepare a 15-minute presentation on a relevant area of your own professional or research work. What is being evaluated? The observers will be looking at your ability to communicate technical information to an audience from a range of technical backgrounds. The overall objective of the presentation is for you to demonstrate your technical abilities. Your presentation should cover the following: • What were the objectives of your work? • What was the context for your work? (Be brief!) • What were the main technical themes? • What approach did you take and what were the key challenges that you faced? • Who did you work/communicate with? • What were the principal findings and conclusions? • What were the measurable results? • What did you learn from your research? (We are interested in both technical and personal learnings). you should be prepared to talk about the subject in question and other issues that the observers may choose to raise. we would like you to give a short Technical Presentation. We will not be assessing your presentation skills. but some of them may not necessarily be from your discipline or area of expertise. The presentation will be made to individuals in Shell who have a technical background. your approach to solving a technical challenge and your thoughts on the implications of your work.) • What are the broader implications of your work? You will be given a maximum of 15 minutes to deliver your presentation during which time the observers will only stop you to seek clarification. After the presentation. . We suggest you use a maximum of 12 slides for your presentation. Please let us know the audiovisual equipment you require for your presentation. you and the observers will move to a discussion which will last for a further 30 to 40 minutes. • What are your recommendations for further work? (This could be by you or by others. Two or three people who are currently working in Shell will observe your presentation.
Alternatively. we would like you to prepare by describing one or two specific projects that you have done which you believe demonstrate your technical skills. You can use projects from University.com at least three weeks before the Shell Recruitment Day . internships or even specific research projects that you believe are relevant to the job for which you are applying. Remember. we are interested in what ‘you’ did • Review your preparation carefully to ensure the information you have provided is clear to others who were not working with you during your project • You need to complete this form and send it to careers@shell. when preparing this information: • Be brief – simplifying complex technical information is a key skill for Shell employees and therefore we would like you to limit your description of each project to 150-200 words. if you have not worked on any relevant technical projects you may wish to describe a body of research about a topic area that you believe is relevant to the job for which you are applying. You also need to think about how you explain the technical information to individuals who do not know anything about your specialist area • Select projects that you believe clearly demonstrate your technical skills • Use recent projects (within the last three years) – you will need to be able to discuss these projects in some depth • Think about your own personal contribution – it is usual to discuss projects in terms of ‘we did’ and ‘the team did’. The technical interview will last approximately 30 to 45 minutes. The assessors will be looking at your approach to solving the technical challenges. In advance of this interview. however. work placements. significant and relevant to the area that you are interested in applying to. Assessors will use the information you provide as the basis for their discussion with you and therefore you need to be prepared to provide further information about these projects. your thoughts on the implications of your work and also your ability to communicate technical information to an audience from a range of technical backgrounds.Appendix 10 – Preparation form for technical interview Candidate Name: Study Discipline: During the Shell Recruitment Day you will have a technical interview in which you will be asked questions about a project that you have done which demonstrates your technical skills. Try to choose projects that are recent.
Project 1 What was the background to the project? What was your specific objective? What were the key things that you did? Challenges that you faced? Who did you work with on this project? What were the results? Project 2 What was the background to the project? What was your specific objective? What were the key things that you did? Challenges that you faced? Who did you work with on this project? What were the results? .
Relationship and Technical qualities.Appendix 11 – After the SRD After the SRD At the end of the day the assessors meet to review the extent to which participants demonstrated Capacity. . Achievement. Reimbursement of expenses will be made within five to six weeks after the SRD. Feedback from this review is given to participants by the SRD facilitator by telephone between one to three days after the SRD. This profile is then used to make a decision as to whether participants successfully completed the SRD. Finally… We hope that you will enjoy the Shell Recruitment Day and we look forward to meeting you.