We’ve put together a list of the most commonly asked questions we hear from candidates. If you have an important question that we haven’t answered below, please contact us and let us know.


A list of our current jobs can be found here.

Unfortunately we cannot sponsor applicants to work in any of our country locations. To apply for a role with us you must be eligible to live and work in the country before you apply for a position.

You can, but please make sure you only apply for positions you have the skills and experience for.

We encourage everyone to complete an online application unless there’s a good reason why you can’t.

By applying online you are added to our applicant tracking system and this ensures that we can process your application in an efficient and timely manner.

Be the first to know when new vacancies are posted by registering for job alerts from us. Click here to head straight there. You can also follow us on LinkedIn to keep up to date with what we are doing.

Interviews & the selection process

The standard recruitment process for the majority of our roles is as follows:

● Screening call with one of our recruiters

● 1st Interview*

● 2nd Interview*

Our interviews are normally conducted via Google Meet/Zoom or face to face and we will tell you in advance which to expect.

 *Depending on the role you have applied for you may be asked to take a test or deliver a presentation but we will brief you accordingly and in advance.

For more information please refer to our Candidate Journey.

Interviews can be quite a daunting prospect but, we do try to make the process as relaxed and friendly as possible.

We do expect you to plan ahead of the interview - find out who Webexpenses is as a company, plan your travel (if applicable) and try to arrive 5-10 minutes early if you can so that you are not rushing in arrival. If you are being interviewed online, we expect you to take this just as seriously as you would do with a face to face interview.

After that, just try to relax and be yourself. Interviews are a two way process and you’ll want to find out about us just as much as we want to find out about you. (So make sure you have some questions to ask us.)

It’s worth remembering that if you are successful, we’ll undertake the relevant / standard pre-employment checks after you have been offered a job.

This includes taking up your references, verifying your right to work in the country you’ll be working in and obtaining your relevant photo identification.

Please note: Some roles may also be subject to further pre-employment checks but such checks will always be outlined during the onboarding process.

Other questions

Yes we do. We offer entry level roles for new graduates in all our country locations as well as a graduate training scheme in our UK office. Click here to register for alerts to be the first to find out about when opportunities are advertised.

We offer summer internships as well as one year placement opportunities in a number of our UK departments. Click here to register for alerts to be the first to find out about when opportunities are advertised.

In our UK office we welcome applications from local school and college students for short term work experience placements, including T Levels. For more details see our Work Experience Page.

For more information please refer to our Candidate Journey.


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