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I worked at Amey full-time (More than 8 years)
The people - I have made lifelong friends at Amey and nearly everyone was great to work with. I had a number of different roles at Amey, and felt supported to develop my career. I always felt that I knew what was happening in the business and could clearly see how my role helped the business meet it's goals.
It can be really hard to get things done - if you don't know the right person to talk to.
Advice to Management
Make it easier to navigate the systems so it's possible to get things done quicker.
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Amey (Oxford, England) in May 2016.
Firstly applied online, during which there are several questions which must be answered. However, it is questionable how important these are. Following this I received an email notifying me I was through to the next stage which was a telephone interview. It is worth noting now that throughout the process the staff at Amey were incredibly accommodating and flexible, as well as polite and professional. The phone interview was a combination of going through my CV as well as other skill and value based questions. I was notified at the end of the call that I had been successful and was through to the assessment centre phase. The assessment centre was a combination of the typical and expected set up. It was well organised and ran like clockwork. Be prepared for some curve balls and being made to think on the spot.