Applying for a new role is an important step in your career. This is your chance to really show us what you’re like and how your talents can make a difference at Barclays. So, we’re supporting you by making our application and assessment processes simple to follow. Here, you can read all about what to expect, we’re looking forward to meeting you.
We aim for an inclusive work environment where everyone can reach their full potential. If you require any adjustments to our recruitment process, please let us know as part of your application.
Step 1 – Choose the role that suits you best
To get started, simply research which role suits you best, and then register your interest. We’ll get in touch to let you know what happens next. It’s never too early to start deciding which programme might be right for you.
Step 2 – Initial assessment
It all starts with three short interactive assessments, which will tell us how you might perform in the workplace, and your typical or preferred ways of working. You can do this on any type of device, such as your mobile phones or tablet.
Step 3 – Your digital interview
This is a digital on demand interview designed to assess key transferable skills required for the role. You will have 3 competency-based questions to answer, and you’ll have time after each question to prepare your answer. You can complete this interview in your own time.
Step 4 – Your motivational interview
If you’ve been successful so far, we’ll invite you to attend a motivational interview. This is your opportunity to meet a member of our leadership team and get answers to any questions you might have.
Step 5 – Your Offer or Feedback
If we make you an offer, we’ll start to arrange your on-boarding. If we can’t take you on this time, we’ll make sure you know what you can do to improve, including a personalised feedback report.
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