Our application process is designed to be inclusive, transparent and simple. We want you to have control and understanding of your application at every stage of the process.
If you need any support, please check out the FAQs below and, if you are still looking for answers, then please do not hesitate the fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.
Our job adverts are all formatted similarly: they will have bullet points explaining what the key responsibilities are, and then a section detailing what experience or skills are required for the role.
If experience in the automotive industry is essential then it will be clearly stated, but we greatly encourage applicants from different backgrounds to apply for a wide range of our jobs.
Visit our careers page and find the right job for you, then press apply. You will have to upload your CV and fill out a profile before your application is sent. If further assessments are required, you will be emailed about this.
Make sure your CV is up to date, clearly laying out your career history with dates. Ensure that it contains your current contact details and please check these for accuracy.
We have a few methods of assessing candidates:
For some jobs, like technician roles, we will review your CV but for other roles we require you to use our online assessment platform called Outmatch.
After either of these stages, you will be contacted to inform you of whether you have been successful or not.
If successful, you will be invited to an interview either on site or a video interview on Microsoft Teams.
Once again, we make sure that the time of the interview works for you and we provide constructive feedback regardless of the outcome.
If the selection process for the role includes an online assessment then you will be invited to complete it before a set deadline. This can consist of a situational judgement test and a video interview, or just the latter. Our advice is to use Google Chrome, dress professionally and demonstrate your passion for the role you are applying to. For the video assessment, you are given a written question and a short period of time to plan a response, after which the recording starts and you have to answer each question within an allocated period of time.
If you are unsuccessful prior to the interview stage, you will receive an email to inform you of this. After the interview process, constructive feedback will always be provided over the phone regardless of the outcome.
We partner with a number of organisations, initiatives and movements to help us learn more, be inspired by others and find best practice ways to drive our inclusive culture forward, so we continue to be the best as judged by you.
Here are some of our official partners: