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Interviews at Western Power Distribution
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied in-person. I interviewed at Western Power Distribution
Tedious, catered to certain interviewees strengths. No care given to existing qualifications, false promises made. Very confrontational interviewer. Interviewer left room for phonecall and had no interest in the matter T hand,
- How would you deal with a customer complaint
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Leicester, England, England
I applied online. The process took 2 months. I interviewed at Western Power Distribution (Leicester, England, England)
First of all i was accepted my my initial application, then i was asked to come to a activity day which small practical tests were carried out. one involved climbing a electricity pylon a small building and wiring test which instruction were explained well, this was done as a group. while at the interview a colour blind test was carried out also.
- How do you feel about the apprenticeship structure.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Kettering, England, England
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Western Power Distribution (Kettering, England, England) in May 2017
Long very long from application to interview took 7 weeks. 2 days before interview they change time. Day of interview keep me waiting 40 minutes. The interview itself was pretty poor asking a lot of questions regarding there procedures which no one will know unless you work for them. No progression, the salary stated isn't the money you start on. You will have to do call out but no retainer while they train you. Clicky company full of people who are related or friends of friends. I had interview and still waiting for out come 2 weeks later. I wouldn't go work for these people.
- Who monitors western power?
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. I interviewed at Western Power Distribution in Jan 2017
This had two stages; the initial application followed by an interview with two assessors. It was quite straightforward starting off with the usual "tell us about yourself..." and "describe a time when..." competency questions. They also asked questions to see whether you knew their company well, so make sure to study their website in detail. They asked me some acronyms which I had no idea about but I guess as long as you talk about all the stuff you know and go around it, you can get away with it. The technical questions were pretty standard and fundamental and overall a good experience.
- how to know how old the transformer is from it's oil?
Anonymous Employee in Tipton, England, England
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Western Power Distribution (Tipton, England, England)
Applied online, was screened over the phone then invited to interview. Lasted approximately 30 minutes with a combination of questions and practical exercises such as map reading and mathematical tests.
- To identify a selection of symbols on a map provided.
Anonymous Employee in Castle Donnington, England, England
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Western Power Distribution (Castle Donnington, England, England) in Jan 2013
Good interview Scenario based Questions about Wpd About your skill History and what you can bring Told menu would probably be bored in the job how would I deal with it I didn't like the female panel member too bullyish
- Skills I can bring