What is our selection process?
Depending on the role you’ve applied for, we’ll ask you to complete different assessments and/or interviews. From our training programmes to our senior positions, the selection process is tailored to meet specific role and business needs.
As your application progresses, your Recruiter will be on hand to discuss the various stages with you.
How does the interview process work?
Interviews are designed to measure the skills and behaviours required to do a job well. All candidates under consideration for a role are assessed against the same set of competencies ensure fairness.
Our interviews are carried out by our Recruiters, management team and HR colleagues via telephone, video and face-to-face.
What happens at an assessment centre?
If you’re invited to an assessment centre, your Recruiter will let you know what to expect. Our assessment days will usually involve several different exercises for you to demonstrate many different skills.
Our assessment centres might be face-to-face or online, but rest assured that we’ll provide you with all the information you need in advance.
What to wear?
At EDF, most people wear smart casual attire. However, interviewees usually dress in business-wear. A good example of this is a clean and ironed shirt with smart trousers/skirt or suit and smart shoes. This is just as important for a video interview as it is when meeting us face-to-face.
When will I hear the outcome?
We know you'll be keen to hear the outcome of your interview, and we'll aim to update you as soon as we can after the last interview has taken place.
How do I tell you about any adjustments required in respect of a disability?
Please let us know if you require us to make any reasonable adjustments during the selection process. Our recruiters will be happy to discuss all the options with you.