We know that hiring is a two-way process, you want to be sure we're the right fit for you and your career goals just as much as we want to make sure you're the right fit for our team. With so many different roles across our business we have a number of different interview and selection tools that help us identify the best person for the role and the team. Although our process can vary we typically follow 5 key steps, all of which have plenty of time for you to ask questions and learn what you need to know. The recruiter for the role will discuss the recruitment process with you.
Our interview process usually includes web and onsite interviews. We may also include a psychometric assessment or ask you to prepare for a scenario or presentation beforehand dependent on the role. We want to make our hiring process accessible to everyone and we encourage you to speak with us about any adjustments that may help you to perform at your best.
We often use a tool called Anonymous Application in our recruitment system which removes certain information such as your name and replaces it with a numerical ID until your application gets to interview stage. This is to help us remove bias from our recruitment process. You may be asked to repeat some information in your application that is on your CV to enable the Anonymous Application tool to work.
We are fully committed to supporting people with a disability in applying for our vacancies. If you have a disability and require support throughout the recruitment process we encourage you to let us know what adjustments, you may need. Some examples of adjustments in our hiring process include, but are not limited to: