At First, the objective test of about 40 questions, an interview immediately after. The interview here was not hard, quite easy and the questions came from all core IT network areas like DNS issues, etc.
This was rigorous and it comprised a technical person and an admin staff. They asked technical questions as well as non technical ones.
Technical questions, some were earlier stated in the test questions. Some other questions were on prioritizing tasks and working in a multicultural setting
2. Interview Question For A Psychologist:
Why are you interested in working with the ICRC?
What do you know about the activities ICRC does in the world?
Answer: Answer technical questions and explained how best to work in a multicultural setting
3. For Senior Manager Interview:
Initial screening by outside recruiter then an onsite panel interview with three managers, the administrator, the hiring manager and the HR representative. Initially the Administrator starts by asking you what you know about the organization, the HR manager mainly goes over the benefit package and wants to know your short/long term goals. The hiring manager focuses on the primary tasks of the job and your KSAs that may apply.
For Field Human Resource Manager:
I applied online. The process took 6+ months. I interviewed at International Committee of the Red Cross (Geneva (Switzerland)).
Online application followed by language tests, an online assessment, a HR interview, a technical interview and then finally an assessment day in Geneva. Whole process was long winded but fairly straightforward. More of a verification of skills as appose to challenging interview questions – including hr questions to see how you would perform in the field in a potentially dangerous situation.