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Responsibility:
3.4/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4.1/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.8/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
4.1/5
 
Company Culture:
4.1/5
 
Career Progression:
2.9/5
 
Colleagues:
3.8/5
 
Training:
3.5/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.5/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.5/5
 

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Application Advice:

Show personality!! It doesn't matter if you don't have IT experience- I didn't!

Interview Advice:

Don't worry if you make any mistakes- show that you can learn from them.
Again, show your personality!
Show you are willing to learn!

Business Systems Analyst, Tech at Capital One
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Application Advice:

Be calm, don't over think it, and don't be too formal. Show that you have an interest in technology, it's not all about your degree but what you are passionate about.

Technology Graduate, Technology Graduate Scheme at Capital One
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Application Advice:

Communication is key.
Be numerically capable.
Don't have an ego.

Business Analyst, at Capital One
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Application Advice:

Clear and concise CV
Aplication process is very simple

Interview Advice:

We look for good numerate and communication skills - brush up on basic algebra
Work through the problem in a systematic way, showing working and making clear notes - could be useful for later questions
Have good problem solving skills
Ask questions to clarify what you are doing

Business Analyst, Customer Management at Capital One
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Application Advice:

honesty

Interview Advice:

focus on showing innovative and logical work methods in case studies, this is more important than the answers

Operations Data Analyst, Operations at Capital One
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Application Advice:

Although the application process seems daunting and intense its not actually as bad as it seems. The aim of the assessment day is to make you feel as comfortable as possible - you're not going to be yourself if you feel like you're going to throw up every 5 minutes out of stress! The whole aim of these days is to make sure you're the right fit for the job. You're CV has got you to that point on qualifications. The rest is about who you are as a person, what your interests are and what your goals are.

Interview Advice:

The interview is more of a job fit role, they'll ask you the standard "Why Capital One" "Why IT" "What interests do you have" but in general they want to know what you didn't put on your CV, and interesting facts about yourself like you've voluteered abroad, have a huge passion for animals - things that make you stand out from the crowd of people that just reel of there CV again.

The best advice i can give is; be yourself. Don't worry about if your qualifications are good enough - you got to the interview they clearly are!

Scrum Master/Delivery Manager, IT Delivery at Capital One
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Application Advice:

Be proactive - The way to get the best out of working at Capital One is to be proactive - get yourself a to-do list and keep on top of it. This helps to keep me motivated and people are always happy when you get done what was asked of you.

Listen to others - It's beneficial to take time out to listen to other peoples thoughts/ opinions. You don't always have to agree with them but it helps to spark useful conversations and it often works out best when you come to some sort of mutual agreement.

Interview Advice:

Come prepared to the interview - do some research on the company and have some idea of what is required from the different job roles and where you could see yourself fitting in.

Scrum Master, IT/ Technology at Capital One
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Application Advice:

The application form is absolutely tiny so takes no time at all. Worth doing first!

Interview Advice:

Relax, the analytical questions aren't there to try and catch you out.

Statistician, Statistics at Capital One
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Application Advice:

Learn how to do business case studies that you can find online, our interview process is based around them.

Interview Advice:

When doing a business case study, always show your working, discuss things with the interviewer and make sure that you are acting interested in the job and asking questions at every opportunity. The most important advice I can give is that if you make a mistake and notice, go back and find it rather than getting in a fluster. This is a key skill that we look for in a candidate.

Business Analyst, Marketing at Capital One
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Application Advice:

Show your creativity and show how you're different from others who may be applying for the job. Part of why I was hired was because of my degree differing from the other candidates.
Show examples of when you've thought or acted innovatively or against the norm. Show how you think beyond the surface level and when you've had to go deeper. Show example of how you've used insights to solve a problem that needed solving.

Interview Advice:

Ask about people's best experiences at the company. This really helps you understand that it's not just a place of work, but a place where you can achieve some life changing goals. I really wanted this job when I learnt there was the possibility of a London Marathon place.

Try and show as much knowledge and as many skills you have in the short time you have. When I was asked to produce creative ideas for social media, I didn't just state the creative and fun parts, but went into detail about where the technical and legal issues may be, and why an audience would enjoy the kind of content I was suggesting.

Social Media Community Manager, Brand at Capital One
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