Our hiring process in EMEA

Our hiring process in EMEA

We make it easy for you to apply for opportunities with Invesco in the UK, Ireland, Continental Europe and the Middle East.

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Getting started


Identify an opportunity that matches your experience and interests.


Apply online from the link in the job advertisement. Be sure to attach a current resume or CV that is tailored to the role you are seeking. You may also be asked some motivation-based screening questions.


We will review your application and provide feedback. Depending on the number of applicants, this step could take several weeks.


A member of our Talent Acquisition team will contact you with details if you are selected for an interview.


Depending on the role, a skills test or a case study exercise may be required to further assess your qualifications.

Get started on your career journey now.

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The interview process differs slightly for every role, but typically includes:

  • A first interview with your Talent Acquisition partner and/or hiring manager, over the phone or video chat. Be prepared to speak about why you’re interested in the role, your strengths (and weaknesses) and what value you can bring to Invesco.
  • Subsequent interviews with prospective team members and other employees you may interact with in your future role.

Depending on the role, you may be required to undergo additional assessments as part of our process. Assessments may include (1) psychometric assessments designed to give us more insight into your preferences within the workplace and/or (2) case studies and skills tests, which can provide more objective evidence of your capabilities and competencies to perform the role.

If you are selected to join us, you’ll receive an offer of employment. We’ll then begin the process of background screening and taking you through your onboarding experience before welcoming you to Invesco.

  1. Think about why you want this role and the competencies you will need to succeed
    and reach your goals.
  2. Do your research about Invesco and your interviewer(s). Also, familiarize yourself with the job details and how your CV compares.
  3. Try to just be yourself during the interview.
  4. Be succinct while discussing your previous experience, but provide enough detail to illustrate your individual accomplishments.
  5. Talk about your career ambitions and aspirations. Let us get to know you and your goals for the future.
  6. Prepare some questions for your interview, so you can make an informed decision about the opportunity.
  7. Ask about the workplace, job specifics, the strategic outlook for the business unit, advancement opportunities, and why the role is open.
  • People with diverse perspectives, who can bring different ways of thinking and challenge the “norm.”
  • People who share our passion for excellence, can work effectively as part of our team and have the drive and ambition to succeed.
  • People with intellectual curiosity, resilience, and the ability to collaborate with a lot of diverse people.
  • Self-starters, with an entrepreneurial spirit, who are willing to embrace change.
  • One of our goals is to be the most client-centric firm in the industry. We want to know how you can help us get there
  • People who have ambitions for the future. Tell us what motivates you, what you want to achieve, and how we can help you get there.