Our Recruitment Process
If you’re applying for one of the live roles on this careers website, our process follows the steps you’ll see below. Although things may vary a bit here and there, our process gives you the chance to make sure you and the role are a great match.
- We list all our roles on this careers site. If you find one that interests you, click the ‘Apply’ link to go to the application page.
- Follow the instructions and send your CV plus any supporting information that’s requested.
- We’ll send you an automated response to confirm that we’ve received your application.
- A member of our Talent Acquisition Team will then review your application. We have to be thorough, so this could take up to two weeks. We receive a high level of applications for roles so we’re unable to contact every unsuccessful applicant.
- If your application is successful, the Talent Acquisition Team will contact you to arrange an interview.
- The interview is usually face to face, but occasionally via telephone. You will talk to a panel (usually consisting of two people) and complete an hour-long competency and behavourial-based interview. Do remember that this is a two-way process – there will be opportunities for you to ask us questions too.
- We’ll call you within 48 hours of your interview to give you the result and feedback. If you’re successful, we’ll give you a verbal offer. Written confirmation will follow.
- The next step is security vetting – it’s a compulsory part of the recruitment process. We vet people to DBS level, which can take two to eight weeks. Be aware that some roles may require a higher level of security clearance.
- Once you have passed the security vetting, we will issue a contract.
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