Frequently Asked Questions
Let us answer your questions about Thrive's recruitment process?
What is it like to work at Thrive Homes?
Take a look around the dedicated area of our website to get a sense of Life at Thrive.
For further insight, we recommend you follow us on LinkedIn for the latest news and updates.
You can also take a look at Glassdoor where employees, past and present, leave honest and anonymous reviews of their Thrive Homes experience.
How do I apply for a job?
Once you’ve found the role for you, click on the ‘apply now’ button and enter your name, email address, and phone number.
You will have the option to write us a short summary and please make sure you attach an up to date CV.
Will I receive a response to my job application?
Absolutely. We respond to all candidates, even if it’s to let you know that you have been unsuccessful. The timings of our response can vary depending on the volume of applications and will either be sent electronically or via a phone call.
- What if I can’t find a vacancy that suits my experience?
How should I prepare for my interview?
For us it’s not just about what you do, it’s about how you do it, so come prepared to demonstrate to us how you get things done.
Do your research and make sure you know who we are and what we do.
Our dress code is business casual, so wear what you would deem suitable for an interview.
We always like to understand what’s made you apply and why you want to work here!
I have an interview at your office, how do I get there?
Our address is: Westside, London Road, Apsley, HP3 9TD and the nearest station to our office is Apsley (APS).
We have parking available on site, but a space will need to be reserved for you so please liaise with your relevant contact at Thrive before coming.
Please note; due to social distancing we are currently undertaking the majority of interviews virtually.
Can you offer any interview tips?
- Compose yourself – think about the questions being asked and take time before you answer.
- Think about your body language – make eye contact, smile and be enthusiastic.
- Answer clearly and concisely – keep examples succinct.
- Give examples – think about strong commercial examples that relate back to your experience.
- Ask questions – this shows that you have thought about the role and the company.
Who do I contact if I have a problem with my application?
Please feel free to email our Recruitment Manager or the HR Team at email@example.com