If you have any queries that are not addressed in the FAQs, please feel free to get in touch with us!
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register with Storm Recruitment?
To register, send a current CV to email@example.com. Include your salary expectations, locations you can travel to, and notice period. We will create a profile for you on our database and you will be notified of jobs relevant to you by email.
How should I format my CV?
Your CV should be in a Word or PDF format and be clean and precise. Make sure that you have used perfect spelling, and that you have included your current phone number and email address. Ensure that you have clear dates of employment, education and any additional skills, such as languages spoken and technical skills. It should be no more than 3 pages in length. Please click here for sample CV.
Will I get a response to my CV when I send it into Storm?
We will try to contact most candidates but we do receive a lot of CVs, so we recommend that you follow up if you haven’t heard from us within a week.
Is there a charge to register?
Registration with Storm Recruitment is completely free! It is against the law for a recruitment agency to charge a job-seeker for registering with them or for finding them a role.
Will I be told in if my CV is being sent out?
Yes. We will only send your CV forward for a role if we have your permission to do so.
Will my references be checked?
We ask that you can provide two references when submitting your CV, however, we will not contact a referee without your prior consent.
What happens if I am selected for an interview with a client?
Your interview details will be confirmed with you via email or phone-call. You are expected to research the company in detail and Storm Recruitment will provide an Interview Preparation Guide to assist you. Once we have received feedback after the interview, we will be in touch.
How will I be interviewed?
We use a video interview software for most of our first-round interviews, and during pandemic times, continue to conduct our interviews in this manner. This is a solo interview in which you will be presented with questions that the client has determined. For second-round, candidates can meet clients online for a two-way interview.
As restrictions lift, it will be at the discretion of the client whether they wish to continue online interviews or meet in person.
If your interview is online, we advise you to read the following guidelines:
- It is important to dress appropriately for the interview, even if it is online.
- Ensure that the background is clear of clutter or distractions.
- Check that your internet connection is stable prior to the interview.
If your interview is in person, we advise the following:
- Allow enough travel time, and be aware that there may be traffic or delays en route
- Dress appropriately for the interview
- Bring a printed copy of your CV and any written references / relevant documentation.