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Interested in applying for one of our current vacancies? Please go to our current vacancies and apply directly by clicking on the vacancy.
Here are some hints and tips to always remember when applying for any job:
This should include all the following information:
We really want to get an idea of why you think you would be good for the role, why your experience is relevant, and most importantly, why you think Brethertons would be the right firm for you to build your career in. The best way you can show this is by including a cover letter with your application. Again, check language, and your spelling and grammar in advance of submitting your application.
Brethertons aim to review CV’s in a timely manner, and aim to get back to you as soon as possible – whether you have been successful in gaining an interview or not.
If you are invited to interview, please don’t be nervous! Our aim is to get an understanding of who you are, what you have been doing, and what you want to be doing. We want to know what interests you and drives you to be successful. And we especially want to know why you want to work at Brethertons!
Here are some hints and tips if you feel uneasy about the prospect of an interview:
(The Open University provides further information: http://www2.open.ac.uk/students/careers/applying-for-jobs/pdp-star-technique)
Most of our vacancies have a two stage interview process – the first stage with a HR representative, and the second with the Head of Department. However, this can change from vacancy to vacancy.
At Brethertons we quite often ask candidates to complete assessments. These generally fall into one or more of the following categories:
Should you have any concerns about these, or think you may require any adjustments to be made, please advise Hannah Wright in HR prior to your interview.
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