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Interviews at Thatcham Research
Anonymous Employee in London, England
I applied online. The process took 2 months. I interviewed at Thatcham Research (London, England) in Dec 2022
they have 3-4 interview rounds depend on the position. Mostly checking theoretical and practical knowledge at the 2 and 3 interview. Once you selected they reply as soon as possible to onboard the company.
- behaviour and situation driven questions will be asking most cases and they want to check person ability to do multitasking capability and time management skills.
Anonymous Employee in Thatcham, England
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Thatcham Research (Thatcham, England) in May 2022
Initial application through the Thatcham Research website, followed by a phone interview, and finally a face-to-face interview at the site in Thatcham. I also had a tour around the site to get a good understanding of how the business functions.
- Using the company's values in competency-based scenarios. For example - name a time you supported a person/project, what was involved, and what was the outcome?
I interviewed at Thatcham Research
1st Interview at Thatcham Research HQ: Met by lovely lady at reception who looked after me and created conversation. I was than taken up to a meeting room by one of the employers, again created conversation which was nice in comparison to the usual awkward silence before an interview. Very good interview process, mix between HR questions but also allowing for conversation to be formed around them. Interview was supposed to be an hour long and ended being two, wasn't being pushed to answer questions fast. In general, very nice people which were genuinely interested in what I had done and my CV and had read it through beforehand. 2nd Interview at Test Track: Met by same employers, before being taken on a site tour and explained the general day to day work and environment. I was then asked to present a 10-15min presentation on a engineering project I had performed in the past. Then asked a few more questions about the role etc, had a good friendly conversation whilst being professional. Finally shown the test equipment etc before leaving.
- What do you know about the company?
- What do you know about the systems that are used?, related to the role
- Talk us through your work history
- Technical questions related to role
- What hobbies do you do and other skills which might help you in the role?