Behavioural Descriptive Interview

The Behavioural Descriptive Interview (BDI) is based on the philosophy that past behaviour is the best predictor of future behaviour. The interview is completed in stage six of the application process and is designed to assess your character as it relates to the following five competencies:

  1. Interpersonal Skills
  2. Adaptability / Decisiveness
  3. Stress Management
  4. Valuing Service and Diversity
  5. Initiative / Perseverance

For more information on the competency and overall expectations for the interview please review the following document.

Applicant answers must be communicated in the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) format. When explaining an experience or event, the STAR format should be a natural story telling progression.

Applicants will be graded using the following scoring rubric – download the scoring rubric here.