Before the interview
You may have had a screening call with our recruitment team prior to this point but they will have been in touch regarding arranging an interview time and date. This contact will be at your side throughout the process. They’ll be our eyes and ears but also your support with any questions along the way.
It is important to ask if any special arrangements can be made to make the interview process easier for you. While we consider this at every stage as standard, don’t be afraid to ask.
By this stage you will also have confirmation on any tasks or preparation we need to prior to the interview, or that we expect you to bring on the day. You’ll also have been given plenty of time to prepare this.
This supportive work won’t apply in every case. But if you have been asked, it will help us assess competency, technical knowledge or otherwise help to define role suitability. This could include compiling examples of previous work, preparing a presentation on a given topic, or for more technical roles, a bespoke project.
Even if we haven’t requested it; if you have a portfolio, concept or proof of previous work you feel will be relevant, we’d love to see it, and this always helps our considerations.
You’ll be given a time, date, and location (or teams link), plus a contact if you have any questions in the meantime. You’ll also know who will be interviewing you on the day.
If something changes and you can no longer make the appointment, just let us know.