We’ve got lots of opportunities for experienced professionals, and it’s easy to find and apply for the job that could change your career.
There’s also some useful advice below to help you do yourself justice in the application process and if you’re subsequently invited for interview.
What should my CV include?
Carefully consider the role you are applying for and tailor your CV accordingly. It’s important to clearly present all your relevant skills, experience and training.
Find the right balance of information you wish to provide on your application. A single page might not tell us enough about you but try not to exceed three pages.
Do I need a cover letter?
It’s always a good idea to include a cover letter. It complements your CV and makes your application more specific to the role. The letter should describe specifically how you meet the competencies and requirements for the role. It’s a real opportunity to show why you feel the role would suit you. The information that you have provided in both your CV and cover letter will be used to review your application.
When you submit your application, we'll let you know by an on-screen message that it has safely arrived. If you give us your email address, you’ll receive a further acknowledgement email when your application arrives in the recruiter's inbox. You can log in to your account at any time to check the status of your application.
CV review/phone interview
We will review your application, and check how well your CV and cover letter match the requirements of the job.
If we'd like more information, we might contact you over the phone to discuss. This enables us to assess whether you should be brought in for an interview.
If your application is suitable for the job, we will invite you for a formal phone or face-to-face interview.
On-site interview/assessment process
During your interview, we'll ask you competency-based questions which focus on how you've used your skills, knowledge and experience on specific tasks in past roles. It's not a question of getting the answers right or wrong but providing relevant examples of your work experience which demonstrate your ability to do the job you've applied for.
Depending on the role we may ask you to complete some additional assessment exercises. These may be a case study or presentation, for example. All will be relevant for assessing your skills in the role you have applied for. Our assessment approach will be clearly outlined in your invitation to assessment.