All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Ten10 employees based on 49 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.5/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4.2/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4/5
 
Benefits:
3.9/5
 
Company Culture:
4.3/5
 
Career Progression:
3.9/5
 
Colleagues:
4.4/5
 
Training:
4.5/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.1/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.1/5
 

Love problem solving? Great. Ever thought about a progressive career in Software Quality Engineering? 

Ten10 offers a unique opportunity to explore an exciting future in Technology for Graduates, become a qualified and experienced Software Tester / Business Analyst / Developer / DevOps professional with accelerated career progression within one of the world’s most exciting industries. 

You don’t even need a techy degree or background to join; current members of the Graduate Scheme hold degrees in: History, English, Psychology, Sports Science, Graphic Design, Computer Science and more.

We are simply looking people who have an interest in the technology industry, like collaborating in teams, enjoy an energetic and agile environment and have an aptitude for learning. We need people who will focus on the future and take the initiative because ultimately, people determine their own success story. During the recruitment process, we’ll tap into your natural aptitude for Tech too, so you can get a taste of whether this is the industry for you.

Ten10 currently has offices in Leeds, London, Brighton and America, we’re in a period of accelerated growth and expansion – what better time to join?


Industry: Consulting Department: Engineering Job Title: Consultant

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Academy Job Title: Academy Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Experiencing lots and lots of different tools.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: IT Job Title: Junior IT Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Development opportunities - they're constantly motivating you to take courses/exams (they will pay for these qualifications and courses). Not many if any give you this unlimited capability.

Support staff.

Working culture and socials.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Consultancy Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The friendly and supportive working environment

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

It's different everyday.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Academy Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

You are trusted with responsibilities early on.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Academy Consultants Job Title: Software Test Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being responsible for testing on my project. As the only tester on my project, I have gained so much confidence through meetings and being able to use my initiative. This has given me insight into what it would be like in a Test Lead role, which I am aiming for in the future. Even though I am younger than everyone else on the project, I am treated with the same respect and I've never felt out of place due to my age.

I have learned so many new technical skills from the developers in my team which I can apply to my own learning and development.

The work is fun and I enjoy using problem-solving and analytical skills. The client is interesting and I have also learned a lot about the client industry.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Friendly colleagues and a good support system, so you always feel a part of the company.
- Good benefits.
- Good work/life balance.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Academy Department Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The academy training teaches you a large amount within 6 weeks with opportunities to further develop afterwards (which they strongly support and encourage you to take), the support from the pastoral team goes above and beyond and the general work environment is friendly, supportive and extremely welcoming.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Academy Job Title: Academy Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The best thing is the company environment, support is always available when needed, community events are frequent etc. It can be hard to feel a part of a consultancy business when working on a client site, but Ten10 manage this very well.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Software testing Job Title: Test Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Having some control in what I do, I can expand my horizon with a supportive company.
- Being treated fairly as an equal to people with much more experience.
- The staff and management. If I need help people have always been there for me.
- Long term opportunities.
- Security in employment.
- Getting to work with different clients to learn more and add to my skill set and c/v.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Academy Job Title: Junior Consultant

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Training opportunities and variety

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Industry: Consulting Department: Academy Job Title: Junior Consultant

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Junior Consultant

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Academy Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Being able to work in cross-collaborative teams.

Variety in the sort of work I do.

Opportunity for self-development in areas outside of testing, for instance in Business Analysis.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Testing Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

One of the key benefits for Ten10 was the opportunity for self-development in the company and how they encourage you to take the opportunities to improve your skills.
Another thing is that the culture of the company is very social and enjoyable.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Consultancy Job Title: Software Testing Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Job opportunities. Ability to progress. Encouragement on self-progression. Ability to be creative and explore new ideas and to be able to express them to the team. Constantly active and thinking.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Learn new things everyday, and get to utilise this new skills and knowledge to further enhance my learning.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Testing Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The support provided from colleagues and the pastoral care

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Engineering Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Employee Community, it's obvious that the recruitment team works very hard (and succeeds) to bring in the 'right people'.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Academy Job Title: Pastoral Officer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The ability to work on a wide variety of projects with clients across a range of industries. No two days are ever the same!

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Delivery Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people and company culture. Ten10 really does care about the people here.

The opportunity to learn something new every day.

Liaising with different groups of people.

Flexibility and room to develop professionally.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Delivery Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people and company culture. Ten10 really does care about the people here.

The opportunity to learn something new every day.

Liaising with different groups of people.

Flexibility and room to develop professionally.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Delivery Job Title: Test Engineer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Delivery Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The numerous different challenges presented are interesting and expand your knowledge of the current language, tools and area which I work with.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Software Testing Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The best things about my job is that I get to apply things that I have learned during training, I have time and freedom to learn as much as I can and to improve daily. Moreover, I got the chance to meet new people and collaborate with different colleagues in different projects. I get the chance to watch people around me and learn.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Software Testing Job Title: Junior Software Tester

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility, comfortable work space, ability to work from home, smart casual dress code, working environment, understanding of other peoples ethical beliefs, outside of work involvements.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Software Testing Job Title: Junior Software Tester

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility, comfortable work space, ability to WFH, dress code, working environment, understanding of other peoples ethical beliefs, outside of work involvements, very friendly academy team (very approachable), houses provided during training were immaculate, office in a very good location for anyone as in the centre of Leeds, teaching staff of training made the academy very memorable.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Junior Consultant

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Delivery Job Title: Junior Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I regularly learn new skills/become better versed in existing skills/programmes.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Academy Job Title: Test Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Potential to work on multiple clients/projects, facing differing challenges, and with varying toolsets.
The academy team is incredibly supportive, and the structure of the scheme (especially with the graduate housing that is provided whilst initial training is undertaken) fosters strong bonds between individuals in a graduate cohort. This means you have the support of a group of people learning and starting a career at the same point as you.
The company is big on development and enabling people to develop further and learn new skills.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Testing Department: Delivery Job Title: Analyst

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Application Advice:

Go for it, everyone is really kind and welcoming, feel free to ask questions.

Interview Advice:

Everything is assessed/don't be an arse.

Academy Consultant, Academy at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Don't be afraid to mention things that are not related to IT, the company loves diversity and most of the time those that thrive have no technical background. The job requires multidisciplinary skills and the ability to express how subjects or hobbies can help you is a great start and be clear why it has led you into the technology industry.

Interview Advice:

Be confident but not loud. Throughout the process, there are academy reps watching to see how you engage and work as a team. The aim is to be approachable but also confident. The point of the interview is more a character evaluation rather than a test on your competency.

Junior IT Consultant, IT at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and have an open mind

Interview Advice:

What the company culture is like, how satisfied your interviewer is with their role, what you can do to make sure you excel

Junior Consultant, Consultancy at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Junior Consultant, Consulting at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Show a desire and willingness to learn.

Interview Advice:

Some questions have no answer, they're asked to see how you adapt.

Junior Consultant, Academy at Ten10
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Application Advice:

If you are from a non-STEM background, then explain why you want to work in Software Testing and why the role interests you. Research around Software Testing as much as possible as this will help during the assessment day, and the six week training.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and show that you are interested in the industry and keen to learn.

Software Test Analyst, Academy Consultants at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Just be yourself. Ten10 are consultants, so they are after people who fit their company culture. They don't just want IT experts, they want people who want to learn and develop. In fact, a high proportion (if not most) of the academy trainees do not come from a science background.

Interview Advice:

The interview is friendly and informal, so just be yourself and they'll see if you fit in with the company. There are no trick questions, but there is one semi-difficult roleplay question where you pretend to be a consultant who needs to discuss with a client about a project which has fallen behind. All your solutions will be rejected, but they are testing your resilience and creativity and how you handle difficulty in an inflexible environment.

Junior Consultant, Consulting at Ten10
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Application Advice:

While showcasing some technical know-how is definitely helpful, they are more interested in the personalities of their applicants, as they are looking for people that others would enjoy working alongside. Try to highlight this in your application by talking a bit about your hobbies/interests and achievements outside of school/university/work.

Interview Advice:

Research the company/clients, show enthusiasm and be friendly and approachable with everyone at the assessment day.

Junior Consultant, Academy Department at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Do not be disheartened if you don't feel suited to the job, Ten10 will find ways to develop you.

Interview Advice:

Confidence, be talkative and approachable, whilst also listening and reacting to those around you. Consulting is largely about these soft skills, supplemented with technical knowledge, but the base as an applicant is to show you have the soft skills required. The technical know-how can be developed over time.

Academy Consultant, Academy at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Be honest, as Ten10 see skills and potential in you that you might not think apply to the job, so do not feel you have nothing to offer as everyone has something. You do not need to have prior experience just a willingness to learn.

Interview Advice:

You must be engaged, it's not about being loud, but try to have your little moment where you answer the question.
Also, come prepared and dress smartly as this is what you should do at every interview.

Test Engineer, Software testing at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Be yourself

Junior Consultant, Consulting at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Be clear about why you want a career in the technology industry.

Interview Advice:

Be personable and confident.

Prepare for math and inductive reasoning tests.

Be ready to be asked about different scenarios and how you would respond to them.

Be comfortable with the idea of relocation.

Junior Consultant, Academy at Ten10
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Application Advice:

For the application I would say have look into the world of IT a bit more to gain a better understanding of what the company does and how it can relate to your desire to work in an IT world.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself, the assessment /interview day was just as much character evaluation as it was a formal interview process. Ten10 look for a person who would fit into the culture of the company just as much as someone who's competent in tech.

Junior Consultant, Testing at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, don't be afraid and think that you're different or not qualified for a technical role, they're looking for capable individuals that are capable in all aspects, not just IT.

Interview Advice:

Problem solving questions, sometimes without a correct answer but just to reinforce argument building.

Software Testing Junior Consultant, Consultancy at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Show eagerness and ability to learn in a fast-paced, intense environment.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself, asked about how I would deal with difficult scenarios, and examples of when I'd had to keep to deadlines, etc.

Junior Consultant, Consulting at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Try to convey how you have gained transferable skills from past employers/study

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to show your personality, they are looking for people who can get along well with others

Junior Consultant, Testing at Ten10
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself, try and inject some sort of personality into it rather than just regurgitating answers you've found online. Don't be afraid to say I don't know!

Junior Consultant, Engineering at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Show your true character through the various stages of the interview process as this is what can allow you to stand out from other candidates. This graduate scheme focuses on selecting candidates who have the right attitude and aptitude to learn, as opposed to pre-existing skills. So being yourself really matters!

Interview Advice:

Research the company and software testing as a whole.

Pastoral Officer, Academy at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Take your time. Make sure you are passionate about tech. Research the company and show interest in the company role. Use the S.T.A.R method to evidence your skills from previous experiences.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Research the company. Have a learners mindset and ask questions.

Junior Consultant, Delivery at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Take your time. Make sure you are passionate about tech. Research the company and show interest in the company role. Use the S.T.A.R method to evidence your skills from previous experiences.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Research the company. Have a learners mindset and ask questions.

Junior Consultant, Delivery at Ten10
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Application Advice:

When applying, be detailed, interesting, and it's not necessarily all about your existing knowledge, its more about your personality and ability to learn.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be confident, be enthusiastic, answer each question to the best of your ability.

Junior Consultant, Delivery at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Apply as soon as possible as it is a simple process and a quick response.

Interview Advice:

The first stage of the application process is the video interview where general questions will be asked (e.g Tell me a fun fact about yourself). For this stage, all you need to do is to be relaxed and enjoy the process. You will be mostly answering questions about yourself and general questions like "What is software testing?". The next stage is the telephone interview, which is a conversation with our Head of Graduate Recruitment where you find out more details about The Academy and you get to ask questions. The interview is very well structured and the company has the chance to know more about you and you get the chance to know more about them. The third step is the assessment day where you get to meet people from the company and speak with directors and previous academy members. Even if there is a long day, it is also a fun day. People are making you feel as you are already part of the company. The day is split into two parts. In the first part, you will have three tests (very easy test, nothing very technical) and in the second part you have your interview. Throughout the day, the recruitment team is entertaining you with Lego and different fun activities that will help you get to know others. You have to just enjoy yourself and relax!

Junior Consultant, Software Testing at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, the recruiters will appreciate you for who you are!

Interview Advice:

Again, be yourself. Show what you know about the company, the things we offer and how you think you would fit into the company. Do not be afraid to talk about yourself and your previous experiences! Remember you are selling yourself.

Junior Software Tester, Software Testing at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Be bubbly, approach the application as if you were reading in a recruiters shoes.
Talk about all of your positives.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be honest.
Research into the company, what do we offer, what is required of you when working at the company, why the company over its competitors?

Junior Software Tester, Software Testing at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, you'll be caught out if not.

Interview Advice:

N/A

Junior Consultant, Delivery at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Web-interview: Practise with similar software, and practise standard questions. How well you communicate is important to the role, so the ability to answer the questions within the timeframe in a friendly, relaxed manner is important.

Reach out to the academy support team if you have questions, they are very helpful, and as a bonus, it doesn't hurt if they can already place a name to a friendly conversation.

Interview Advice:

Assesment day - The interview is pretty standard questions, so just practise those. Research of the industry is important.
The rest of the day is monitored team based games and interactions, and some logic tests.
Ask the hiring contact for example logic quiz if you feel unsure of these, I was sent a link to a similar set of quizzes.
In the group section just be friendly and not too quiet.

Test Engineer, Academy at Ten10
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Application Advice:

You need to have a genuine interest in technology and how it works, or a desire to learn. A background in technology is not necessary.

Interview Advice:

Really show your interest in learning and self development. Don't try and just say what you think they want to here. Don't feel put off if others on the assessment day seem very technically adept, the job role is about far much more than that.

Analyst, Delivery at Ten10
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Application Advice:

If you're not a fan of a high pressure environment, or you find yourself easily stressed then it might not be for you. But if you thrive in an environment that is centred around change and enjoy a challenge then you'll love it.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. The main thing about this company is that everyone is open, honest and comfortable with who they are. The company is looking for people who fit into that.

Software analyst, Software testing at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have a personal statement and use it to promote your strengths and the qualities you have.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and learn about the company.

Test Consultant, at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Understanding that it is a consultancy so it would mean travelling over an extended period of time which can take a toll on the work-life balance.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, they have a strong emphasis on the candidate being a cultural fit for the company as much as anything else.

Test Consultant, Testing at Ten10
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself, know what you are good at and be enthusiastic. People are hired on an individual basis and not with a cookie cutter approach.

Senior Test Analyst, at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Make the most of it and embrace the opportunity. Not many companies these days give you training and a job at the end of it.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and don't show off too much. "Don't over promise and under deliver"

Senior Test Analyst, Functional at Ten10
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Interview Advice:

Understand testing and consulting.

Ten10
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Application Advice:

When applying for the role show you have the right attitude opposed to aptitude. If you can demonstrate how keen you are to learn new things then you should be fine.

Interview Advice:

The main thing that stood out for me was being able to answer some scenario based competency questions - so I'd say practice them. This stems back to my point above about attitude opposed to aptitude.

There was a logical reasoning test too, so it may be handy to practice some of those prior to the assessment day, but again attitude over aptitude was the scene I got throughout.

New Analyst, London at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Spend enough time on it and try bring across your personality.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself in the interview they are looking at your attitude as much as your aptitude.

Test Consultant, Testing at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Negotiate hard for your initial salary, as it will affect your earnings for your whole time at the company.

Interview Advice:

Experience in IT isn't essential; display a passion for technology and an ability to think analytically. Above all, appear likeable.

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Application Advice:

It's not about you being a good tester already, it's about having the skills and potential to learn quickly and adapt to the role.
Show your experience of problem solving, acquiring knowledge quickly and applying yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic about testing and working for a company that wants to grow quickly.

Software Test Analyst, Testing at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Don't be afraid if you don't have experience or a relevant degree - interest, self-learning and attitude are more important at The Test People.

Interview Advice:

Read up on what's happening in the industry, software testing and consultancy has to move as fast as the technology it focuses on.

Consultant, Testing at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Decide before you apply whether this is the type of role you want to pursue - this can only be achieved by careful research of testing, consultancy and the company itself.
Focus on and relate your skills and experience to the research you have carried out and why you would be an asset to the company.
Don't go into the application process half hearted or unsure as this will become clear during the process.

Interview Advice:

From the extensive research you have done, there will inevitably be questions you need answering, or points that you are uncertain of, and the interview here is a two way street, and should be used for this purpose.
Don't waffle on with management speak and long complicated sentences, which don't have a point, instead focus on the point you are trying to make, make it clearly, and explain what are your reasons for making it.

New Analyst, at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Research the company thoroughly, find out what testing involves and don't be afraid to apply even if you didn't think IT was for you.

Interview Advice:

Same as the application advice; learn about testing, research the company and be prepared to answer some tough questions! More than anything though express your personality as the selection isn't based purely on your academic ability.

New Analyst, Graduate Programme at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Read up on The Test People, our offering and our message. We are a passionate organisation so please gauge whether you are like minded in that respect.

Interview Advice:

Don't blag. If you think you know something but you're unsure, explain why you think x, because you've not experienced it yourself you can only imagine.

People who work here are very astute, pulling wool over their eyes is not a good idea. They will find the edges of your knowledge/blag.

Test Consultant, Functional Testing at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Research into testing and find out what appeals to you. In testing, typically you can be more on the functional side or technical side. I would advise that you find what appeals to you at the moment but keep an open mind as the company allows you to transition if you are willing to learn about the other side.

Senior Analyst, at Ten10
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Application Advice:

Do proper research on the company and role. Don't fluff out your CV

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Be confident and do some research on the company before the interview

New Analyst, Academy at Ten10
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Best:

Amazing Pastoral Care team, Leadership team, Delivery team, Academy Team and so on. Every one is really kind and always has enough time is some one is struggling in one aspect or another.

Worst:

Possibility of being relocated can be a little stressful.

Academy Consultant, Academy at Ten10
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Best:

Self development is encouraged

Worst:

Lack of transparency and salary

Junior IT Consultant, IT at Ten10
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Best:

The working environment is friendly and encouraging. Everyone treats me well.

Worst:

Everyone seems very tight knit, so it's a little difficult to get integrated with more senior co-workers

Junior Consultant, Consultancy at Ten10
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Best:

The people and culture.

Worst:

The uncertainty of not having a client.

Junior Consultant, Consulting at Ten10
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Best:

Training and career progression. Our Academy team and career coaches ensure we have the support we need to progress our learning and our careers. We have a Knowledge Base full of learning materials and courses, which Ten10 help with if the courses are paid. We also have the opportunity to complete certifications such as in software development or the professional scrum master certification. Personally, I would like to become better at software development and I feel like I have the resources and opportunity to do so with Ten10.

The people. I have made friends for life at Ten10, everyone is supportive of one another, especially with sharing learning resources on our Knowledge Base and Slack channels.

Our Pastoral Care team are incredible and a huge asset to the company. They are always supportive, caring and helpful whether on a work or personal level. Mental health is taken seriously and no problem is too much. As well as the Pastoral Care team, we have Line Managers who are also very supportive, especially when it comes to career progression.

Worst:

Sometimes you don't always get the choice of what type of testing you will be doing on client site. For example, you could be put on a manual testing project and want to do automation. However, there is still an opportunity to learn more technical skills from other developers on the team, the career coaches or the wealth of learning resources on the Ten10 Knowledge Base.

Software Test Analyst, Academy Consultants at Ten10
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Best:

- Good work environment, with friendly and welcoming staff.

- Good support systems for employees, including pastoral care for academy members.

- In a growing market, with plenty of opportunity.

Worst:

- Can leave you distant if you don't make an effort to stay attached to the company.

- Can undervalue employees, as reflected in pay and often quick relocations required.

- Forcing employees to relocate can be a hassle.

Junior Consultant, Consulting at Ten10
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Best:

Great training, excellent pastoral support and a welcoming work environment.

Worst:

Limited control over clients/locations.

Junior Consultant, Academy Department at Ten10
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Best:

Company values and inclusivity

Worst:

Wage

Academy Consultant, Academy at Ten10
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Best:

- Development opportunities
- Working culture
- Socials
- Support staff
- Management
- Continual self development
- They will pay for more courses and qualifications
- They listen to the staff

Worst:

- Potential to move location. (Made aware of from before taking the job)
This is easier fresh from Uni still living at home. They make huge accommodation to help the process of moving.

Test Engineer, Software testing at Ten10
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Best:

Personable
Caring
Training opportunities

Worst:

consultancy travel

Junior Consultant, Consulting at Ten10
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Best:

Benefits package, colleagues, support from HR, variety of placement opportunities.

Worst:

Career progression with the company, salary, uncertainty about placements.

Junior Consultant, Academy at Ten10
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Best:

Self-development is encouraged, the company want you to grow in terms of learning. They offer grants for courses if the company deem helpful, you'll often be given time to self-develop.

Worst:

Consultancy work results you often finding yourself on client site which means you could be asked to move on short notice for months on a time till you help a company complete their project.

Junior Consultant, Testing at Ten10
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Best:

Support. Teambuilding. Opportunities. Aspiration to Grow. Policies. Work Environment.

Worst:

None come to mind

Software Testing Junior Consultant, Consultancy at Ten10
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Best:

Really good office culture, friday fridge, and lots of support available if your unsure about how to do something, or a topic.

Worst:

Again, having to relocate is not an ideal part of the job, but it does allow you to have new adventures and experience new places.

Junior Consultant, Consulting at Ten10
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Best:

The collaborative and supportive culture

Worst:

The wages

Junior Consultant, Testing at Ten10
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Best:

opportunities to learn and be in charge of your own career direction

Worst:

lack of transparency

Junior Consultant, Engineering at Ten10
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Best:

Super social, lots of fun after work activities, flexitime allows for a good work life balance, lots of young and dynamic people, approachable directors and lots of support.

Worst:

Because the company is growing quickly, I often work far away from my colleagues and we only get to meet up via the quarterly socials and bi-annual company wide parties.

Pastoral Officer, Academy at Ten10
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Best:

People Focused.
Learning opportunities.
Social events.
Variety of clients.
A vast network of skilled testers/consultants.

Junior Consultant, Delivery at Ten10
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Best:

People Focused.
Learning opportunities.
Social events.
Variety of clients.
A vast network of skilled testers/consultants.

Junior Consultant, Delivery at Ten10
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Best:

company structure and care for there employees is outstanding

Worst:

The bench

Junior Consultant, Delivery at Ten10
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Best:

You get to work with people that are passionate about the same things and are always willing to help you succeed.

Junior Consultant, Software Testing at Ten10
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Best:

Support, community from extra curricular activities, constant opportunities to improve and learn

Worst:

salary

Junior Consultant, Delivery at Ten10
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Best:

Praise is encouraged and highly visible, via the bonusly stars system and dedicated slack channel.
The support of the academy team is incredibly high, and they are very responsive to all queries and difficulties faced.

Worst:

Decisions on what work you will be doing and where are not always transparent, and can happen fast.

Test Engineer, Academy at Ten10
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