Our application
and selection process

Here we’ll walk you through the steps for our application process, so that you know what to expect for the role that you’re applying for.

step 1

Online application

No matter which job you’re applying for, completing our online application form is the first thing you need to do. It takes about 10 minutes to complete by uploading your CV and telling us a bit about you.

step 2

Telephone interview

If your application is successful we’ll ask you to book yourself in for a telephone interview with one of our resourcing consultants. The idea is for us to find out more about why you’ve applied for the role, and discover more about you and your experience in relation to the role you’ve applied for. We’ll let you know within 24 hours of this call whether we’d like to progress your application

step 3

Online tests

After the telephone interview, depending on the role you’ve applied for, we may ask you to complete online psychometric tests for us. This may be in the form of a personality questionnaire and/or ability test, and will be sent to you by email.

step 4

Technical interview

This is a chance for you to come in for a face-to-face meeting with one of our managers and talk about your technical knowledge in relation to the role.

step 5

Assessment centre

Each role in our business requires different competencies and skills, so this step may vary depending on the job you’ve applied for. However, most roles are likely to involve a formal interview and relevant work simulation exercises, such as a group exercise or presentation, to assess your competencies and skills. Don't worry, we’ll make sure you know what to expect in advance of the assessment centre to give you plenty of time to prepare.

step 6

Decision

Within a week of your assessment we’ll be able to let you know whether or not you’ve been successful in applying for a role with us.

step 7

Feedback

This is your chance to ask for feedback on what you did well on and where you could have improved your performance during the selection process. You can ask for feedback from the recruiter of the role you are applying for.