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What happens when you apply?

Learn more about our recruitment process and how we can support you when you apply.

Recruitment Process

Applying for a role at Fedcap is a simple process. You just need to complete a basic online application and upload your CV. If you meet the requirements, you can then expect some or all of the following depending on the role:


  • Telephone interview / pre-screening call

  • PeopleMaps Assessment

  • Face to face / Virtual interview

  • Verbal offer if successful / feedback if unsuccessful

  • Contract issue

  • Pre-employment checks including basic DBS

  • Day 1 start date - Welcome Event & 2-week induction

Reasonable Adjustment

As a recognised Level 3 Disability Confident Leader, Fedcap want you to feel comfortable and supported throughout the recruitment process. That’s why we make reasonable adjustments to ensure those with disabilities and long-term health conditions can perform at their best. Our aim is to reduce or remove any disability-related barriers or disadvantages during the recruitment process to ensure a level playing field. These adjustments can take many forms which may include adjusting the room set-up, changing venues, and allowing extra time during interviews.


We encourage you to discuss any reasonable adjustments that you need during the recruitment process with the recruitment team in your pre-screening call, or by sending them through to


Should you be offered a role with Fedcap, we’ll make sure to confirm with you any requirements you may need in the workplace through Access to Work, so that it becomes an environment you can excel.


Access to Work is a publicly funded support programme providing practical and financial support for people who have a disability or long-term physical or mental health condition.


Fedcap employees can access funds for those requiring specialist equipment or adaptations beyond reasonable adjustments.

Preparing for an interview with Fedcap

As with all interviews, we encourage you to:

  • Research Fedcap and our parent company Fedcap Group.

  • Ensure you understand the role and responsibilities by re-reading the job description.

  • Have questions prepared to ask us. Remember! You are interviewing us too!

  • Always be early or on time by understanding your interview location, any traffic or travel restrictions. Any questions on the location of your interview then please contact us at

  • Interview nerves? Watch this video.


If your interview is remote:

  • Ensure you have Microsoft Teams downloaded onto your computer and familiarise yourself with the system.

  • Test the audio, the video. Does the background look ok? How is your positioning?

  • Ensure you have a strong internet connection.

  • Find a private, quiet location where you won’t be interrupted.


All that is left to say is – good luck with your application. Any further questions on the application process or working for Fedcap, then please contact us at


Company benefits

Reward, recognition, and the health of our employees is very important to us.

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