Mission: Our clients range from high profile brands to small companies - we support them throughout their journey to adopting standards, from the initial shaping of a standard to its embedding within an organization.
We couldn’t do any of this without our people and ...
I have been working at BSI Group full-time
Very laid back, ability to just get on with things and flexible working
Going Through lots of change at the moment
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing just make sure to support your people through the period of change
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at BSI Group.
Approached by an engineering recruitment agency regarding the position. They forwarded my CV to BSi. I heard nothing for a month. I was then invited to interview at an assessment day.
There were several elements to the process. I was there nearly 5 hours in the end.
There was a presentation, a traditional interview, a competency interview, an observed team exercise, a practical test and an electrical test.
The process was fairly intense but went well. There was a lunch buffet provided at the end which was a nice touch. There were managers, test managers, engineers and several HR people present and interviewing. The interviewers outnumbered the interviewees about 3 or 4 to one
Originally there were meant to be a dozen or so people attending this assessment/interview morning but only a fraction turned up for some strange reason! Maybe they knew something about the job/company we didn't and changed their minds or there was a big breakdown in communication?!
I was offered the position within 24 hours.
This was minimal and limited. I recommend negotiating hard and be prepared to walk away if not 100% happy. It is unlikely you will get a pay rise some some time. There is no annual inflation rise, only an achievement rise for some.