By clicking on ‘apply’ at the bottom of a vacancy you will be taken to our external vacancy application system.
You'll then need to create an account or log in to your account’ if you are an existing user
Please then answer all questions as fully as possible and attach your CV, covering letter and any other relevant supporting documents.
We'll assess your application against the role criteria and aim to respond to all applications by email or phone within two weeks of receiving them.
If your application is successful, we'll invite you to either a telephone or face to face interview depending on your availability.
First stage interviews are with the immediate hiring manager and a member of the HR team and will last approximately one hour. If an assessment forms part of the first stage, it may take longer. We'll advise you in advance to allow you time to prepare.
Interviews are generally structured as follows:
You may find it useful to answer the competency-based questions using the STAR technique:
It is important to be specific and refer to a particular work-related event rather than a more general, or personal, example.
These interviews are conducted by a member of the HR team, but also involve a senior member of the hiring managers’ team. While they will have notes from the first stage interview, there may still be questions on topics you’ve covered previously. There will again be a brief review of your CV followed by more targeted questions on aspects not fully covered in the first interview, as well as your motivations, career aspirations and approach to working in a team.
We aim to make sure these are conducted within two weeks of the first stage interview. Again, they last around an hour.
If you’re successful at the final interview, we will be in touch with an offer of employment.
We aim to get back to you within two weeks of the interview, depending on the timescale for hiring and how many other candidates there are. We’ll advise you at both stages of the interview process on more precise timings.
Please note that an offer is subject to: