How to apply

Here's some information on how to apply, what to expect from an interview, and what happens next.

Applying for a new job can be daunting. This information to help you on your way.

  • Applying for a role

    • To apply for a role, we'd like you to upload a covering letter and your CV. To help, we've created a template for both, which you can download by clicking on our Covering Letter and on our CV.  Please ensure that you upload both documents as we want to know more about what you will bring to the role, your experience and how you live our values every day. Here's a guide to applying.

      Our recruiting mangers aim to shortlist as quickly as possible, ideally within a couple of working days.

      Each application is assessed individually, by the Recruiting Manager looking at the match between your skills and experience and the job description. 

      We will keep you up to date with progress of your application at each stage of the recruitment process.

      You can check the progress of your application at any point by logging into your online account.

      Our recruiting managers will also contact you to update you via email including inviting you to interview so please do regularly check your emails.

      If you have been unsuccessful in being shortlisted for a vacancy, you will be notified of this by email.

  • At interview

    • First, you need to book an interview slot. Find out how here.

      We use a competency based approach to interviews built around our four values.  

      During the interview process we’re keen to explore your fit with our values whilst demonstrating the key skills and behaviours required for the role.

      We will look for evidence of how you’ve dealt with a situation, what actions you took and what the end result was and will look at how these match with our values.

      We want to hear about you with your real life experiences and of course we want to give you the opportunity to ask us anything about us and what makes us a great place to work.

      Want a top tip? Try to think of a broad range of examples that you can use before attending the interview.
  • Accepting your offer

    • Congratulations on being successful at your interview! Before anything else, you're going to need to accept the offer. Find out how.

  • Pre-employment tasks

    • Once you've accepted the offer of employment, you'll need to send us your references and complete a personal details and HMRC form. If your role requires it, this is where you'll supply your DBS and health assessment form. Find out how to do this here.