Graduate Consultant - Assessment

Cappfinity is seeking an occupational psychology graduate to work as a Graduate Consultant in our assessment design team.

Our purpose is Strengthening the World. We believe that talent is evenly distributed, but the identification and development of talent – especially diverse talent – is not. Our strengths-based solutions and services help solve this by leveling the playing field, with an evidence base for fairness and inclusion built over the last 15 years.

Our talent assessments combine strengths-based hiring, authentic, immersive experience, and realistic work simulations to provide candidates with the best opportunity to fully understand the role and their match (suitability) for it, thereby helping companies hire the best people – who will excel in their performance, be retained and grow with the organisation.

This role will suit someone with Masters’ degree in Occupational Psychology or equivalent. No previous experience is required as training in our assessment methodology and all aspects of the role will be provided.

Responsibilities:

  • • Supporting assessment design, evaluation and implementation work for Cappfinity clients
  • • Working to build and deliver assessments on our technology platforms
  • • Collaborating with colleagues in the assessment design team and across the business

Requirements:

  • • Masters’ Degree in Occupational Psychology or equivalent
  • • Interest in, and understanding of, best practice assessment design methodology
  • • Eye for detail, thoroughness, and a passion for quality
  • • Adaptability, resilience and perseverance to deliver excellent work in a fast-paced environment


Cappfinity has teams working in New York City, London (UK), Birmingham (UK), Dublin (Ireland) and Sydney (Australia). This role will be part of the UK Assessment Solutions and Analytics team based primarily in London or Birmingham.

To register your interest for this role, please send an email to Lisa Sweeney at lisa.sweeney@cappfinity.com

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