If you receive a favourable response from your first face-to-face interview, you will be invited to a second interview - normally within two weeks. This second interview will have two parts: a client case and an oral presentation.
The client case
At this stage of your recruitment process, you will be required to demonstrate various capabilities through a typical client assignment, which will normally be a real client case we will have successfully undertaken within the firm. This interview will require you to analyse a client situation and come up with suitable solutions that you would expect the client to execute to achieve specific performance objectives.
You will be required to document your recommendations appropriately and present them to an interviewing team as part of your subsequent oral presentation.
By the time you get here in your recruitment process, you have done really well and it will be only you that will give the firm reason not to hire you; otherwise, the decision is pretty much in your favour.
In this presentation, you will be invited to present your client case to a panel and at the end respond to the panel’s questions if they have any, which will include why you think the recruitment panel should settle on you.
This, believe it or not, is not in fact as tough as it sounds and you should find the process quite enjoyable.