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Our recruitment process is designed to be efficient, fair and transparent, giving you an opportunity to learn as much about us as we do about you. There are a number of stages but broadly speaking, we follow this structure:

Initial Application Screening

Only applications that comply with the instructions in the vacancy ad will be screened. When you submit your complete application, it will be assessed by the relevant member of our recruitment team, who will have been fully briefed to correlate your experience with the job. The more information you provide to demonstrate a good match the better.

Case Study Test

You will be required to complete a case-study test with at least 6 cases. This will give you an idea of the types of problems we come across each day and give us a chance to see how you use your consulting skills and knowledge to solve problems. We recognise that each applicant will have a different level of consulting experience but recommend that you practice for the case study prior to your interview.


We will conduct a panel interview and depending on the seniority of the role, varying number of interviews. As part of the interview, you will be asked to work through the case studies completed with your interviewers. It will involve a more in-depth discussion of your experience. You may also be asked to make a presentation or take part in a group discussion.


Hints & Tips: 

  • Do plenty of background reading on the company and understand our core solution areas. Take the time to read through our website and get a sense for our vision, mission and the type of work we do. Most of our case study questions are pulled directly from our client engagements.
  • Use the Internet for practice cases and tips on how best to structure your answer. Read through these materials and find a friend with whom you can practice. The case study test will be very similar in format to these practice cases, but the subject matter will focus on both development and business challenges.
  • Look over the key competencies for the role that you are interviewing for and ensure you can show examples in your history which demonstrate these
  • Be clear about why you want to join us
  • It is always useful to research your interviewer as much as you can to understand where there may be similarities between yourselves
  • Give yourself plenty of time to mentally prepare and arrive for the interview in good time, so that you feel confident and relaxed on the day

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