What is the application process?


To apply, simply complete our online application form, attach the required documents and if requested, complete the online assessment within the specified time frame. Give yourself plenty of time to prepare your application. Make sure you include any work experience, special awards and any additional achievements we should know about. Ensure the information you have provided is correct and that you have included required documents before you click ‘submit’.

We have included a few simple steps for you below:

  • Complete the online application form and ensure you answer all mandatory questions asked.
  • Attach your covering letter and Curriculum Vitae (CV).
  • Attach your most current academic transcript. This needs to be an official document or scan or screen shot of your official transcript. We cannot progress your application if you do not attach the correct documentation.
  • You may be asked to complete the online assessment. Remember, you’ll need to complete this assessment alone, without Google or help from other people.
  • If you’re successful in progressing to the next stage, you’ll be invited to attend an interview via phone or email.
  • The interview will be an individual case study and this will be structured similar to a real life business scenario with questions and discussion. The interviewers will be from the specific area of business you’re interviewing for.
  • You’ll also have the opportunity to take a tour around the office, meet a partner and may be asked to complete a quick validation assessment to verify your results in the remote online assessment.
  • Once we have completed our interviews and are at the offer stage, all candidates interviewed will be notified of the outcome of their interview by phone, where possible.

We’ll get back to you as soon as we can after the interview but don’t be concerned if it’s more than a few days before you hear from us.

If you haven’t heard any feedback after a week, please feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to give you an update on where things are at.