Can’t find what you’re looking for? Good news, you’ve come to the right place.
Before registering as a candidate, we ask everyone to send through their CV either via our website, via email (email@example.com), or by applying directly for a job on the job vacancies page.
On receipt of your CV, a consultant will assess your skills and experience and we will contact you to arrange an appointment. Please note that we receive a high volume of CVs on a daily basis so sadly we are not able to come back to all candidates.
A typical registration will take 20-30 minutes. One of our team will meet you to discuss skills and career aspirations.
- Proof of Right to Work
- Reference Details
- Certificates of Education
We may need to collect more information at a later stage.
It is helpful to be smartly presented. While we like to consider the registration as more of an informal chat than an interview, we do consider first impressions – including presentation, attitude and punctuality – as part of our candidate assessment.
We can never guarantee how long the job hunting and interview process will take. This can be dependent on many factors: from the type of role you’re looking for, to your experience, to the time of year! We estimate that most registered candidates will find a role in the first three months of meeting us.
Honeycomb are here to help you at every stage of the process. We will provide guidance on your CV, help with interview preparation and provide you with local market and salary benchmarking information.
We ask that you also keep us informed of any updates in your employment search so that we can work together as effectively as possible.
No, Honeycomb offers a totally free and confidential service for candidates.
Please feel free to call and update us with your working situation, particularly if your circumstances change or if you would like to send through an updated CV.
On the temporary side, please make sure you regularly let us know your availability via phone or email. Communication with the temporary team is vital and can make a huge difference between getting a temp assignment or not.
You’ve probably been told not to exceed two pages. However, there is no set limit. As a guideline: a one-page CV is normally enough for a graduate or someone with a limited career history. A two-three-page CV is about average length.
Obviously, the length of your CV depends upon your level and your career history – an executive CV will no doubt be much longer than one for a recent graduate.