We want you to show yourself at your best. Our application process lets you do that. We’re thorough, so there are a few stages involved. But they’re all designed to make sure that, from your first day on the job, you’re where you’re supposed to be.

If you're applying for a graduate programme, internship, insight week or apprenticeship, please go to our Early Career application support page.

Application process for all roles

Please be advised that you’ll only be able to work from the country where the role is based (i.e. your employing country). We're unable to support international remote working because of the complex rules and regulations associated with cross border working.

Northern Ireland

Application process

Managing your applications

Log in to your account to see the status of your applications, and get documents we’ve sent you relating to your offer.

You’ll be taken to Workday which will open in a new window. To log-in you will need the email address and password used when you applied for the job. If you have forgotten your password please use the 'Forgot Password' option on the Workday log-in page.

Log in to Workday

Getting in touch with us

If you’ve been speaking to one of our recruiters about your application, please get in touch with them with any queries.

If you haven’t heard from a recruiter, you can send us a private message through Facebook. Or you can email us.

We see diversity of background, identity and thought as a huge strength in our people. Our customers are incredibly diverse, and we want that diversity to be reflected in our organisation.

We’re committed to inclusion in our hiring, and we want to give everyone a chance to show what they can bring to our business.

Disability confident scheme

As a Disability Confident employer in the UK, we make sure that fair and proportionate number of disabled applicants who meet our minimum criteria for a job will be offered an interview. You’ll need to tell us that you have a disability when you apply so that we can let the recruiter know.

Disability Confident means that a fair and proportionate number of disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the job will have an interview. It doesn’t mean that every disabled applicant is entitled to an interview.

In some recruitment situations such as high-peak times, we might need to limit the overall numbers of interviews we offer. This will include the number of interviews offered to disabled people who meet the minimum criteria. When that happens, we’ll still aim to offer a proportionate number of interviews to disabled applicants.

If you have a disability that might affect your performance at any stage of the recruitment process, please let us know about any help or reasonable adjustments as soon possible before any interview or assessment. We’ll work with you to make sure any appropriate support is in place.

Please note that this scheme only applicable to jobs in the UK.

Requesting adjustments

If you need reasonable adjustments during your application, like accessible formats such as braille, or building access requirements, please contact us to discuss how we can make the recruitment process right for you.

Making a complaint

If you want to send us feedback on any part of our recruitment process, please email us. We read all feedback we get, and we’ll investigate any complaints.

Reporting wrongdoing

We hope you'll always find us fair to deal with. But if you acquire any information about wrongdoing during recruitment or pre-contract negotiations, such as breaches of law or regulations, you can report your concerns using our whistleblowing service, Speak Up.

If you want to raise a personal grievance about your recruitment experience, please follow the steps in the Making a Complaint section above.

For more on Speak Up, including how to raise a concern, visit