The Interview Process


At Justice Digital, we strive for a fair and transparent recruitment process in line with the Success Profiles Framework and the Government Digital and Data Profession Capability Framework. Our goal is to find talented individuals who share our values and commitment to delivering digital solutions for the Ministry of Justice.

Equal Opportunities

We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences. As a Disability Confident organisation, we play a leading role in changing attitudes for the better; changing behaviour and cultures across Justice Digital and its networks and communities. If you require any reasonable adjustments, please inform us as early as possible, and we will make every effort to accommodate your needs. We comply with equal opportunities policies and regulations, promoting a fair and unbiased recruitment process.

The Interview

Justice Digital has adopted remote interviews using Google Hangouts or Microsoft Teams, focusing on candidates' experience, technical skills, and behaviours in alignment with the Success Profiles Framework and Government Digital and Data Profession Capability Framework. During the interview, you will have the opportunity to meet the teams and gain insight into our working culture.

Review the job advert and frameworks, and be prepared to answer questions on the range of topics covered, focusing on essential skills, experience, and behaviours.

Expect open-ended questions from the panel. Provide evidence-based answers using the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) method.

If applicable, be ready to demonstrate your technical skills through coding exercises, problem-solving tasks, or case studies to showcase your expertise and creativity.


Tips & Resources

  • Tailor your CV and cover letter to the role, highlighting your relevant skills, experiences, and behaviours

  • Proofread your documents for errors and clarity

  • Research our organisation and demonstrate your alignment with our values

Take a look at the following resources which will help support you in your application process: 

For any questions, please contact


Steps to Apply

CV & Covering Letter

Submit your CV and Covering Letter/Statement of Suitability, clearly outlining your interest in the role and how you meet the required essential skills and experience.


Your application will be assessed against experience, technical skills, and behaviours. A diverse panel will review your application against the person specification. The typical timeline for this stage is 2-3 weeks.

Panel Interview

If you meet the required standard, you will be invited to a panel interview, where you can demonstrate your suitability for the position. The typical timeline for interviews is within 3-4 weeks from the date of application submission.

Post Interview

The panel will evaluate candidates based on the Success Profiles Framework and Digital, Government Digital and Data Profession Capability Framework. If applicable, constructive feedback will be provided to help you understand your performance and encourage you to apply for future roles.