Individual Candidates: Your Application
Please send us your CV (Resumé) and detailed cover letter, preferably by email or mail. To make your application stand out please consider the following:
Once we receive your application we will review it internally and if deemed relevant we will contact you to set up an interview either by telephone or at our offices.
Please note that we will not consider applications that are not accompanied by a separate detailed cover letter that sets out at least (i) why you believe you are qualified for this role, (ii) why you want to work for ProImmune in particular, and (iii) confirmation that you are willing to relocate to the Oxford area if you do not already reside here.
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We usually have two rounds of interviews. Where possible, each interview will be conducted by two ProImmune staff who will engage you in a detailed discussion about your application, including your knowledge, skills, motivation, objectives for the future, and why you want to work for us. In some cases we may conduct a first round interview by telephone or call you to qualify your application further before setting up an interview.
We also ask candidates to fill in a separate application form. Usually we do this after the first round of interviews in order to limit this process to relevant candidates. The reason for completing the application form in addition to the CV and letter you have sent us is to ensure information about applicants is recorded in a uniform way.
Depending on the job you are applying for you may also have to complete a range of relevant assessment tests, which could include one or more of the following: a brief oral presentation; a brief basic numeracy test; how to use standard office software efficiently, such as spreadsheets; a test in effective written communication; and for lab based jobs, practical tests that explore basic lab skills, such as sterile technique.
The second interview will usually involve two ProImmune staff who you have not met before. They may repeat some of the questions that you were asked previously and they will also explore new questions with you. In each interview you will have the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have about the job and about our company. Some questions may come up during our discussions, but you may also want to think ahead about the questions that matter most to you.