Understanding what we do and how we help our customers and business prosper will help you make an informed decision about progressing your career with us and prepare you for the recruitment process.
It’s always beneficial to have a look at our company and careers websites to find out more out about the size and structure of our organisation. You can also look at our Glassdoor or LinkedIn page’s to see what our people say and the impact we make on our customers.
Throughout the recruitment process we will be talking to you about your skills, experience and how you feel they will help make a difference, so before attending an interview think of suitable examples of these. You can approach the recruitment team for guidance at any point throughout the process.
At every stage throughout your application, be ready to consider the core Santander behaviours. The behaviours describe how we act day-to-day with our colleagues, customers, shareholders and communities;
Take the time to review the job advert and check that you meet the minimum requirements for that role and ensure that you are eligible to apply.
Please ensure that all the information you provide is accurate throughout the process.
Allow yourself sufficient time to complete your application. It should take around 10 – 15 minutes, ensuring you pay attention to word count limits and be sure to proofread your application before submitting.
Consider the opportunity – we will be looking to see how your skills and experience match the role you’ve applied for. Please be prepared to demonstrate in depth, examples of how you have developed the relevant skills for your role.
If you require any assistance in completing your application, please let one of our team now and we can help.
We may invite you to complete one of the following online tests as part of your recruitment process;
More information will be made available to you if you are invited to complete a test.
Once you’ve applied, we’ll review your application. If you match the required criteria for the role, a member of the resourcing team will contact you to have a short 20 minute conversation. This is to get to know you and your experience a little better and bring it to life. They’ll also ask you about your right to work in the UK.
Please make sure you can take the call in a quiet location to avoid distractions and if using a mobile phone ensure you are somewhere where the signal is strong
If you are invited to attend an interview or assessment centre there are a few things to think about before you arrive.