Eni's selection process involves screening online applications and CVs, before conducting tests and interviews to ascertain candidates’ technical, professional and mental aptitudes. The process is designed to allow us to make an overall assessment of your suitability for a role.
Our staff selection process involves:
When we are hiring, we search the profiles in our recruitment database, which includes both speculative applications and applications to open vacancies.
Based on the role requirements, we review your:
If we believe your skills and experience match the role, we will contact you to discuss your CV in more detail.
Mental aptitude assessment
The mental aptitude assessment takes a different form depending on your experience:
the mental aptitude assessment for graduates and school leavers normally takes place at an assessment centre. The aim is to identify your personal characteristics through situation tests, group and individual interviews, and questionnaires. These assessments are carried by multiple assessors. The tests do not require specialist skills as they aim to evaluate generic abilities. In certain cases, graduates may participate in an individual interview instead of an assessment centre.
if you are an experienced professional, the mental aptitude assessment consists of an individual interview to see whether you have the personal characteristics needed for the role. During the interview, your expectations, motivation and personal skills acquired through work and study will be assessed.
Technical and professional assessment: this is a technical interview with colleagues from the relevant professional field, focusing on your specialist skills. Once again, the interview method depends on your experience:
After the selection process
If you successfully complete each stage in the selection process, you will be contacted by HR with further information about potentially welcoming you to Eni.