Our teams care greatly about their colleagues and make effort to ensure everyone is moving forward and succeeding in their careers. That's why we've designed our hiring process to everyone an equal chance.
Please review the following steps and we look forward to hearing from you.
We require the submission of a covering letter. As a guide here's what we think is worth mentioning:
Have your most recent CV (or resume) to hand, for reference.
Start with a blank document and create a CV specifically for the job you're applying for.
Here's what we think is a good idea to include:
When you're ready to apply for the job you've chosen, hit the apply now button.
Whether we think you're suitable for your chosen role, or not, we shall let you know that we'd like to talk to you within 3-5 working days from the submission date of your application.
We have the same basic interview process for the majority of positions in the company. For technical roles, an additional technical test (or if warranted a small project) shall be requested.
A short virtual conversation
We generally like to have a short conversation with you, before we dive into the interview process. This will usually be with a member of our HR team, where we go through the key skills you'll need for the role.
If English is your second language, we'll ask you to take a short written English test. If you're applying for a developer position, you'll be asked to undertake a coding quiz.
For more senior developer positions we may ask you to complete a very short coding project. This could be a short case study or providing sample working code to a written specification.
Assuming you pass the tests, we'll invite you to a formal interview. We want our interviews to be an equitable and inclusive experience to ensure that everyone feels comfortable.
We'll assess your skills as follows:
Once the interview and assessment process is complete, we'll let you know whether we wish to make you an offer of employment, or not, within 5 working days of the last interview.
Once we've signed all the paperwork and you're ready to go, each department has a tailored onboarding plan to get you started. Don't worry, you're not thrown in at the deep-end!
Things we cover:
And remember, say hello to everyone in the Town Hall channel on your first day!
How you progress and advance is only guided by us. We want you to show us things you're passionate about and where you can grow and advance in your career, in partnership with us.
After your first 90 days you'll be invited to speak with your team leader to participate in a self-assessment process.
Start by thinking through your existing strengths and development areas. What are you really good at? Where could you improve? This will help you figure out what to target. Look at past performance reviews for inspiration, or reach out to the people you work with closely for feedback.
Choose SMART goals for your growth: they should be Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. Keep the number of goals low and track opportunities that will help you achieve the goals you set. If you're not sure where to start, look at your growth areas from the previous section.
We've created a success-framework which we hope you'll benefit from as a new employee. You can read more about how you can progress on the careers progression section.
We're always open to feedback as this is an evolving framework that adapts and changes as we receive more and more great ideas.
We welcome comments from everyone, even non-employees!
Feel free to send us an email with your thoughts and suggestions.
Our HR team are happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.
They will be your first point of contact when you submit your application and will be guiding you through the whole process.
You can reach them by emailing email@example.com.
Mateo - HR Generalist
Mislav - HR Assistant