Vodafone Discover Graduate Programme

Could you be the Next Generation?

Learn about the journey:

Stage 1: Start

1 Apply via your local Vodafone page or through our global Careers page

2 Complete your video interview and game-assessments. Remember to look into the camera – not the screen and use the practice questions to prepare.

Stage 2: Well done! If you pass stage 1, you will be invited to our Assessment Centre:

1 Complete the candidate pre-work plus if required our Digital IQ online questionnaire.

2 Join our Chalk and Talk interview and share your amazing ideas with us.

3 Work in a group activity to deliver a game-changing idea for our Vodafone business

4 Finally, we will send you an email with a Feedback Report that you can use to develop your career further with us or outside Vodafone.

Stage 3: Congratulations! You did it! If you move to stage 3, you will receive an offer to work with us. Welcome on board!

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Some tips before you start

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Fear of the Unknown!

Sometimes people are put-off at the thought of taking part in an assessment, but we know that once they start, most people complete all of the assessment tasks assigned to them and really enjoy the experience too. So, embrace the experience and don’t stop before you’ve even started.

Go Large!

If you have an online assessment to do, make sure you are comfortable with the size of your screen and you are in a quite space where you won’t be disturbed. Most online assessments will work on any screen size but we advise you to use a larger screen if you have access to one.

Connecting is Good:

One of the best things you can get out of an assessment experience is connecting with the people you meet. If you are at a face-to-face event, talk to the other candidates and talk to the assessors and people from the company. If you are unsure, think beforehand about questions you could ask or topics you want to find out about.

If You Need Help, Just Ask!

Sometimes you might have a specific need related to assessment; for example if you have dyslexia you might want to understand how it could be affected by the amount of reading you have to do in your assessment, or if you are a wheelchair user you may want to discuss access to your assessment event. We are here to help you, so please reach out.

Prepare, Prepare, Prepare:

The internet has some great information about assessment; one of the best sites is from assessment specialists cut-e; this has free assessments to try, advice for job hunting, book recommendations and more. When you think you have prepared enough and you don’t want to hear or see another thing about assessment, do just a little bit more and then you’ll be ready!

Focus on Your End Goal

So you are probably doing your assessment because you want to get a job – great, but have you really spent time thinking about the world of work and what it can offer you? It’s important that your work-style, interests, skills and motivators are a good fit for the organisation you want to work in and the job or jobs you want to do. The Vodafone FutureJobsFinder is a great way to learn more about yourself and navigate the world of work – give it a try before you take part in your assessment.

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