The selection process would typically include screening, assessments and interview rounds with the relevant team members and stakeholders across business units.
At the moment we are accepting only applications that are submitted via our website.
If you don’t find a relevant career opportunity, you can still send across your resume on the website. Our recruitment team will review your candidature whenever a suitable opening arises in our organization.You can also register for receiving SMS alerts on desired job opening by sharing your preference with us. Whenever a job opening matching your preference is posted on the website you will receive a SMS.
We receive numerous resumes every day, and our recruitment team constantly endeavours to follow-up on all applications. Applications will be reviewed by our recruitment team, and a relevant email notification will be sent across.
Most of these tests are psychometric test and requires no preparation. For all technical and aptitude related test the concerned recruiter will share relevant information with you.
A successful application begins with a great CV or resume and ends with a fantastic interview. Here are some tips on how to make your application stand out for the right reasons.
Curriculum Vitae (CV) or resume
- Your CV or resume is the first impression an employer will have of you. Your details should be a true reflection of your skills and experience.
- Keep it short. It should be a maximum of three pages, depending on your experience.
- Your employment history should be in reverse chronological order, starting with your most recent position.
- Remember to state your education/qualification history and highlight any relevant training courses and IT systems you have used.
- Ensure the relevant experience on your CV/resume is highlighted and matches the role you are applying for.
- Draw attention to what you in particular achieved on a project/task, rather than focusing on what was achieved by the team.
- Provide genuine reasons for leaving past roles and fully explain any career breaks/gaps.
- Ensure your preferred contact details are clearly mentioned on the CV or resume itself.
- Ensure the formatting is consistent and clear. Make sure your spelling and grammar is correct.
- Do your research. Learn as much as you can about IDFC, our brands and the industry we work in. Our website is a good place to start.
- Double check all the necessary information for your interview to go smoothly and plan to arrive early in case of any transport issues.
- Try to find out what the interview will entail. This will vary depending on what stage you are at and who you are meeting.
- Dress appropriately for the business environment and industry.
- Listen carefully to questions and take time to think about your answers where necessary.
- When preparing for the interview, think of specific examples that illustrate a particular capability.
- Think about your strengths and development areas in advance and how this role might play to your strengths and develop you.
- Make sure you can articulate why you are interested in the role, in the organization and why you would be the most suitable candidate for the role.
- Prepare some intelligent questions - the interview is a two way process and there will be things that you want to know as well!