Applying for Jobs with Ricardo FAQ

Applying for Jobs with Ricardo FAQ

How can I be kept informed of job vacancies at Ricardo

This website is the best source of information about our current global vacancies. Please check back here to view what's available.

Alternatively, you can complete a register your interest form to register your interest for particular types of role that may arise in the future. 


How do I apply for a vacancy?

You will need to complete the online application form for the position you wish to apply for and upload your CV and a covering letter. Specific details will be provided for each vacancy.

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I’d like to speak to someone about my application / I have a technical support question

If you have any questions, please email us at stcrecruiting@ricardo.com.

Alternatively, please call the office where the vacancy you are applying for is based. Details of our offices can be found on our website:

Global Locations


Will Ricardo apply for a work permit for me?

Unfortunately we cannot offer candidates support with work permit applications. You’ll need to have the right to work in the location in which your position is based, or have a valid work permit, to be considered for a role.


Will I be informed if my application is unsuccessful?

Yes. We will contact you to advise you of the outcome of your application.


I have been unsuccessful - can I request feedback?

Yes. You can request receive feedback on your application. This can be requested by emailing stcrecruiting@ricardo.com. You will normally receive a response within two weeks.


After I have submitted an application, what is the next stage of the process?

You’ll receive an email to confirm that we’ve received your application. We will then shortlist candidates for further assessment.

The assessment depends on the role you are applying for, but you may be asked to participate in some of the following in addition to a first-stage interview:

  • A competency-based interview
  • Psychometric testing

For some roles, there may be a second stage interview.