Some frequently asked questions about applying for a job at Football Radar:
When is the best time to apply?
For most of our roles – including Football Watcher and Software Engineer – applications are open all year round. We are always looking for exceptional candidates to join our team, so we tend to hire for these roles on a regular basis, and you can submit your application at any point.
Some of our other jobs do have application deadlines, which will be indicated in the job description.
When can I expect to hear from you regarding my application?
We do our best to respond to you in a timely manner. However, for the roles that are open to applications all year round we will only review applicants prior to a hiring round. The way it works is that we save your application and then review all applicants in the pool prior to the next recruitment round. So usually no news means good news – i.e you are still in the pool!
How do I check if you have received my application?
Immediately after submitting your application you will receive a confirmation email. That means that your application is in our system. If you’re sure you’ve completed the application correctly but you don’t receive the email, contact us at email@example.com.
My application has been rejected - can I apply again?
You cannot apply for the same role again for 12 months, although you could apply for other roles.
I would like to work for Football Radar but there are no job postings that match my experience - can I send a prospective application somehow?
No, sorry! Unfortunately we don’t accept prospective applications for roles that we are not recruiting for.
I would like to do an internship with Football Radar - is that possible?
No, sorry! Unfortunately we aren’t able to accommodate interns at this time.
What should I bring/wear for the interview?
You don’t have to bring anything for the interviews, but it’s always a good idea to bring an example of some relevant work you have done (such as a school paper, report or some relevant material from a hobby project.)
We don’t have a dress code here at Football Radar, so don’t feel any pressure to don your smartest suit. Wear what you like, like what you wear.