Last week I sat the final part of the recruitment process for a patrol job. I had my CV passed, passed the online test and attended the assessment at Stretford. On the day of the assessment the 9 other attendees and I were explained the role and shifts etc and sat the assessment test - at the end of it my name was called out and I was the only person in the group to pass and I was then ushered through for an interview.
I felt the interview went reasonably well and I appeared to satisfy the interviewer with the questions on the RAC history and a couple of customer type scenarios but I struggled a bit with examples of the competences for making decisions. Having been a garage owner and self employed for the last 7 years I was told it may be difficult as it would be the norm and a day to day occurrance for a lot of the examples I could give, which is true.
The other day I received an email advising me that I had not been successful and when I asked for feedback they stated my competency based interview answers were not strong enough....gutted is a word that springs to mind
However, does anyone know if they keep your details on file and possibly give you a 2nd opportunity as per the speil they give in the talks before the tests? Would I have a chance of reapplying or just waiting for them to get back in touch as it is something I really really would like to do