Applying for a job with us

When you apply for a job with us, we want your experience to be valuable, positive, and enjoyable. 

How do I apply? 

You can view all our current vacancies here. If you see a role you’d like to apply for, please read the job description thoroughly because we aim to include all the key information about a role there. Then please complete the online application form. You’ll need to submit your CV too. 

We review applications and CVs against the criteria outlined in the job description, so please include details of how you’ve shown the qualities described. Pay particular attention to the ‘what technical skills are required for someone to be successful and enjoy the role?’ and ‘who would be a good fit for this role?’ sections of the job description. 

Some of our adverts will have closing dates listed, so keep these in mind when you’re considering making an application. If there’s no closing date listed, this means we’re reviewing applications on a rolling basis. If this is the case, it’s best to submit your application sooner rather than later. 

If you have any questions about the application process, please contact our recruitment team.   

Please note, we don’t accept speculative applications. 

Before you apply for a job with us, you may find it useful to read the following information: 

About us

Diversity and Inclusion


We’re all different, but we can all find applying for a role stressful and challenging. This might be even more so if you have a disability or long-term health condition. If you need any adjustments as part of your application or interview process, please contact our recruitment team to discuss how we can support you. Examples of reasonable adjustments include but are not limited to: 

  • Extra time during assessments 
  • Completing a written test using a computer, or verbally 
  • Making changes to the location of the interview or adapting the environment 
  • Providing an interpreter, for example if you communicate using sign language 

Getting to interview stage

If your application is successful, you’ll be invited to an interview. Our recruitment team will contact you by phone or email to arrange a date and time. 

Interviews will take place virtually via Microsoft Teams or in person at one of our offices. 

If your interview is virtual, our recruitment team will send you an email with a diary invitation and Microsoft Teams link. Don’t worry if you don’t have a Microsoft Teams account, you can still join a meeting - here’s some more information on how to get set up. If you’d like a pre-interview test run to check everything’s working, our recruitment team will be happy to support you with this. View our top tips on preparing for a virtual interview here

If your interview is in person, our recruitment team will send you an email confirming the date and time of your interview, and the address of the office you’ll be attending, including a link to a map and directions. 

We’ll also let you know who’ll interview you, what to expect, and anything you’ll need to prepare in advance, including any testing exercises. Our recruitment team will be on hand to answer any questions. 

The interview format 

In most of our interviews we’ll be looking for specific examples of your skills and experience in relation to the requirements of the role – these are set out in the job description. Do come prepared to share with us examples of what you have done or experienced in your working or personal life which demonstrate those requirements.  

We want to understand how you overcome setbacks and learn from mistakes, what your motivations for joining us are, what your career aspirations are and how we can help you to achieve your ambitions. 

Sometimes, before making a final decision, we may invite you to a second interview. This could be a formal panel interview or an informal coffee with another team member. The second interview allows us to further explore your skillset and what you could bring to the role as well as getting to know you better. It’s also a great opportunity for you to get to know us better and ask any questions you might have after your first interview.  

Testing exercises 

For some roles, we may ask you to complete an exercise in advance of the interview. This could include: 

  • In-tray exercise - mainly used for our legal support roles, the in-tray exercise assesses your ability to prioritise 
  • Written case study - for example, you may be given a scenario(s) and asked to analyse and summarise the information, drawing your own conclusion and explaining your reasoning 
  • SWOT analysis - Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats. We may ask you to prepare a short SWOT analysis, so that we can assess your self-awareness 
  • Presentation – you may be asked to prepare a short presentation on a set question or topic which is relevant to the role.

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