First you will need to submit an online application via our website. Please submit a CV that displays your career history, starting with your most recent employment. If you can also provide any educational qualifications and additional courses, then please do so as this will be of benefit to your application. However, try not to worry if you haven’t got this to include. The most important thing is that your CV is clear and contains the key information that you want to get across in support of your application.
Please note – You must be in a position to prove your right to live and work in the UK. You will be asked to bring evidence of this if invited to Final interview.
Pre-Recorded Video questions
Once we’ve reviewed your application, you will be invited to answer a few questions through our cloud based video interviewing partners, Shine. Please click here for more information on how this works.
Don’t be alarmed by this, it is a very quick and easy process which helps us make the right decision, saving both ourselves and you time. You will be required to answer 2-3 questions set by the hiring manager. First question will be a practice, so you will have plenty of time to prepare before you answer the real questions.
Make sure you are in a quiet room with plenty of lighting and appropriate interview attire.
Due to our extensive recruitment process and the high volume of candidates we receive we do ask for your patience. We will be in contact throughout the process to keep you updated on your progress. So, don’t worry, you will always hear from us as to how you are doing.
This will include working on a range of different activities to test your manual dexterity and your ability to follow instructions. We will notify you by email to book your date and time for this test to take place. When you arrive for the skills test you will be taken down to a booth and asked to complete 5 different activities, including fitting a fuel tube and a road wheel. The objective of the skills test is to see how fast and accurately you can respond to completing tasks. It also shows how technically able you are to complete specific tasks on the car. We want to see candidates that can understand instructions whilst maintaining quality at all times.
Shadowed by a supervisor, you will work on the fast paced production line where you will be assessed on your ability to follow instructions and accuracy when you complete specific tasks. An important part of the line trial is to demonstrate your ability to work as part of a team and your enthusiasm for the role. The line trial will last approx. 3 hours. You will be notified by email to book your date and time.
The interview will be an opportunity for us to get to know a little more about you. The questions will comprise of competency based questions where you will be required to provide specific examples based on your experience. The interview will last approximately 30 minutes. You will be notified by email to book your date and time.
Final Interview, Job Offer & Medical
Congratulations you’ve got the job! This means you have met all of our requirements and we’re impressed with what you’ve shown us. You will receive a conditional job offer subject to providing evidence of qualifications, your right to work in the UK and passing a medical. Initially this will be made over the phone and you will be given details to invite you to the 1 ½ hour medical. A medical is mandatory for all new starters as we operate at a production site. A contract will then be sent in the post, which you need to sign and send back to us. Now relax and enjoy your time off before your adventure at NMUK begins.
Please note – at this stage, you will be required to bring proof of your right to live and work in the UK to your interview. Failure to do so may lead to you being turned away.