The application process
We’ve worked hard to make our application process as straightforward and accessible as possible. For all roles, you’ll start by completing and submitting an online application. If we like what we see, we’ll invite you along to a first-round interview. And if all goes well there, we’ll invite you back again for a second-round interview. Whatever happens, we’ll keep you informed with regular email updates at every stage.
If you don’t see a specific role advertised but think you’re a great match for Danwood, we would still welcome your application so please get in touch with us to start the conversation.
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Hints and tips
Tell us what makes you unique
You could be up against any number of other candidates, so make your application stand out and show us how you can add value to the business.
Choose a clear layout
For any given role, we may have a huge number of CVs to review, so make sure yours is clutter-free and easy to read.
Check before you send
As well as checking your spelling and grammar, make sure your employment history is correct and that you’ve provided the right contact details.
A good application is clear, concise and makes every point necessary without waffling. So keep your answers short and sweet.
Understand the role
Read the job description carefully. Make sure you understand what the job entails and that you’re confident you can meet the challenge.
Do your research
Find out all you can about us before you join us on the day. It demonstrates initiative and a genuine interest in the opportunity.
Good preparation is key, so plan your route, allowing extra time for any unexpected delays and get everything you need to take with you ready the night before.
Questions demonstrate your interest in the company and the role. So prepare at least five in advance and prepare to delve deeper on the day.
It’s important to us that you’re excited by the role and the challenge it presents, so don’t be afraid to show your enthusiasm at the interview.
For most roles, we’ll list a set of personal qualities and professional attributes, but it’s up to you to demonstrate these with practical examples.