Recruitment process

Once we receive your application, it gets reviewed by a few individuals within Frontier who are experienced in your discipline.  Whatever the outcome of this review, you WILL hear back from us, and we will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

Frontier operates an equal opportunity policy – our only consideration is whether we think you’ll be able to successfully perform the role for which you apply.

If you are selected for interview, we will get in touch with you to arrange a convenient time/day for us to meet you as soon as possible.  In general this will be a face-to-face interview at our Cambridge offices, although if you’re based a long distance away (e.g. a different country) we’ll conduct a telephone interview.

At interviews for programmers, testers, and admin staff there will be a written test based around your particular discipline.  Artists, animators and designers instead have an interview based around your showreel.

The interview is a two way process and we’ll make sure you get the opportunity to ask whatever questions you like of us.  All companies are now required by law to check that potential employees are legally entitled to do the work the company is proposing to offer. Therefore, please bring your passport with you, so that we can check your work permit situation and your eligibility to work in the UK.

Normally we will make swift recruitment decisions based on the one interview, although in some cases you may be asked back for a second interview.

When we make you an offer, we’ll get in contact with you (normally by phone) to discuss this first, and then send out an employment contract for you to sign.

If you require a work permit and we want to offer you a job, the offer will be subject to a successful work permit application being processed.  We are happy to sponsor work permit and leave-to-remain applications in this case.