We are currently experiencing some technical issues with our inbound and outbound telephone lines which means that some patients may not be able to get through to our teams.  We are investigating this issue as a priority with our telephony provider.  During this time, we would ask that if patients need to contact us with an urgent enquiry, they use our contact form until we have resolved this issue.https://www.sciensus.com/help/help-and-support/#patient-contact

The way we interview

Our selection process

The Sciensus team is made up of dozens of different roles, from nurses to pharmacists, delivery drivers to customer service experts. Our assessment process will be slightly different depending which role you’re applying for, but a few things are the same for everyone. You’ll have a series of interview questions, personality tests, ability tests and role-based assessments, so we can find out about you, your skills and your experiences.

This might happen over a number of face-to-face or virtual Microsoft Teams interviews, or at a one-day assessment centre. Whatever role you’re going for, at whatever level, we appreciate that applying for a new job can be nerve-racking. Above all, we want you to have a positive experience so we can see you at your best.

To help you prepare, we’ve put together some useful interview tips.

If you have any questions about our process, or you need us to make any adjustments to enable you to take part, please email us at


Interview tips

Research what we do. You’ll find lots of information on this website, and by following us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Read your CV alongside the job profile. Take some time to think about how your experiences relate to the role you’re applying for. Remind yourself of your biggest achievements, as well as the challenges you’ve faced, and how you overcame them. Bring your paperwork. When you come for your interview or assessment, make sure you bring your passport or full birth certificate, as well as your National Insurance number, so we know you’re eligible to work in the UK.

You’ll also need to bring evidence of any relevant qualifications (like certificates) and proof of your address. And finally, have some questions ready for us. Taking a new job is a big decision, so it’s important to ask us some questions and find out whether we’re the right employer for you.

Find out more

Find out more about Sciensus and all the ways we can support you