The AgilityWorks Culture

Our success comes from consistently attracting bright and highly dedicated professionals. We look at the skills and behaviors that every person here at AgilityWorks shares, because to us, ‘behaviors’ epitomise the values that underpin our business.

When preparing for your interview, you should consider how you have demonstrated these in your life inside and outside work and study, from hobbies and academia to part-time jobs and extra-curricular activities. Think about specific examples of things you have done in the last two to three years, remembering what you did, the role you played and what challenges you faced.

Career Motivation

We hope you have identified why you want to work for us in particular and have thought carefully about why you want to work in your chosen field. Have you:

  • Thought about why you think you would enjoy working for AgilityWorks?
  • Found out as much as you can about the work involved?
  • Read our website site thoroughly and looked for any further information?
  • Got an understanding of what you will be doing early on in your career?

Delivers Quality

To meet deadlines and work commitments, you will need to be a capable task manager. That means being able to plan, prioritise and prepare in advance so that you work efficiently. Invariably there will be occasions in your career where you will have less time than you would like to complete a task. So, can you:

  • Drive Collaboration and Inclusion?
  • Understand the needs of different audiences and adapt your communication methods accordingly?
  • Try to get everyone involved when you are working with other people?
  • Avoid blaming others and help your team to learn from any mistakes?

Strives for continuous improvement

As you can imagine, the opportunities available are endless. If you want to develop both professionally and personally, we can offer you the tools to go far. But you need to drive that journey, and we look for people with the motivation to achieve their potential.

Do you

  • Look for feedback on your performance and learn from your experiences?
  • Have a realistic view of your strengths and weaknesses?
  • Believe that other people may be better placed to guide you?

Exercises professional judgment

We will give you the autonomy to make decisions, and it is the ability to analyse information and provide your solution clearly and confidently that we are really looking for. Do you:

  • See the key issues and then tackle them in a rational and logical manner?
  • Feel comfortable analysing numerical data and extracting key information?
  • Think through all the options systematically before making a decision?
  • Grasp information quickly?

Making an impact

To make an impact with colleagues and clients, you must be able to communicate clearly and professionally, both verbally and in writing. It is important that people are confident in what you have to say, and that you are able to articulate your point in the most appropriate way. Can you:

  • Communicate your ideas persuasively both verbally and in writing?
  • Stick to the point and not get distracted?
  • Cut through jargon to provide a clear message for your audience?

Seizes Business Opportunities

It is very important that our employees are genuinely interested in business and commercial issues, and understand the external marketplace and the issues our clients face. We really want people to be passionate about the business world.

  • Have you had a job gaining insight into the factors affecting a business?
  • Could you see how the business could be further developed?
  • Do you keep up-to-date with business news?
  • Can you offer ideas about how businesses could improve their operations?

Demonstrates innovation and curiosity

Solving problems innovatively involves thinking creatively. So, we look for strong problem-solvers who can go beyond the obvious solution.

  • Can you think laterally about a problem you are faced with?
  • How do you cope when circumstances change? Are you happy to adapt?
  • Are you generally curious about why things happen in the way they do?

Resilience

We have all faced times when challenges or setbacks need overcoming to achieve a goal. What is important is how we react to these setbacks and keep motivated in difficult situations. The workplace is no different and there will be times when you face an obstacle or have to work under pressure.

  • Do you get your projects completed on time, without too much panic, loss of sleep, or missing out socially?
  • Can you think of setbacks, in education or work that you have overcome?
  • Are you looking for a career in a challenging, fast-paced environment?
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