Sahara group is always looking for creative, dynamic people to help build and grow our rapidly expanding company. We employ a range of people with different skills set required within a Power, Energy and Gas environment and its associate industry which includes drilling engineers, depot managers, business development executives, insurance officers, project engineers ,finance, mechanical technicians etc
As you expect, we are not just looking for œanyone. We are looking for the best talent available. People with the drive and ambition to make the most of all the opportunities we offer and can match and then surpass our energy, vision and ideas.
1. RECRUITMENT PROCESS FOR SAHARA GROUP
1. Online application form
the first stage is to complete the online application form
2. Aptitude Testing
Entry “level job applicants are subject to a standardized aptitude test.
3. Skills Test
A skills test is usually administered for those who are advanced past the aptitude test, especially for accounting, engineering and other technical positions. This stage assesses the technical knowledge of candidates in their area of expertise.
4. Oral interview
If you are successful, you will be invited to attend an oral interview. This could be a panel or a one-to-one basis. The interview provides the candidate with an opportunity to get a better understanding of the position, the work location, future personal development etc
Interviews are divided into 3 stages:
Interview with line managers
Interview with HR
Interview with Management
2. RECOMMENDATION AND EVALUATION
After the final interviews with Management have been concluded, the successful candidates are invited for a medical examination. Upon successful completion of the medical examination, offer letters are prepared and forwarded to the successful candidates. Unsuccessful applicants are informed as soon as all processes are concluded. The selection process is considered private in that it involves evaluating the capabilities of candidates relative to one another. As such the company is not obligated to state any reason for the rejection of an unsuccessful candidate
3. INTERVIEW TIPS
1.Do your research
Fail to plan, and you plan to fail. You are certain to be asked specific questions about the company, so make sure you’ve done your homework on the company and their product lines
2. Practice your answers
although there is no set format that every job interview will follow, there are some questions that you can almost guarantee will crop up. You should prepare answers to questions about your personal strengths and weaknesses, as well as being able to explain why you would be the best person for the job.
3. Look the part
Appearances shouldn’t matter, but the plain fact is that you are often judged before you’ve even uttered a word. Make sure your shoes are polished, your clothes fit correctly and that your accessories are subtle.
4. Stay calm
Good preparation is the key to staying in control. Plan your route, allowing extra time for any unexpected delays, and get everything you need to take with you ready the night before. Remember to speak clearly, smile and remember that your interviewers are just normal people.
5. Ask questions
You should always have at least one question for your interviewer to demonstrate your interest in the position.