Top Tips for Interviewing at Princes

Congratulations! You’ve been invited for an interview at Princes. Below are some tips to help you prepare.

Research Princes

Please spend some time reviewing our Careers website and also our Princes corporate website

Take a look at our values, our product portfolio and our latest news. These will all help you to gain a better understanding of our culture, what’s going on in our industry and also give you more of an understanding of our products and customers.

Have a look at Our People page where we have interviewed a wide range of Princes people from around the world about their jobs. And checkout our video where you can hear from some of our colleagues about the business and why they love working for us!

Ask Questions

Whilst we will ask you a lot of questions throughout the recruitment process, the interview is, of course, a two-way process and we encourage you to be inquisitive and to interview us too.

After all, you are assessing Princes to see if we can offer you the role, environment and development opportunities you are looking for in your career. Prepare questions in advance of the interview to ensure that you are clear on the role and expectations.


We appreciate that interviews can be nerve-wracking experiences, but we want you to feel relaxed and comfortable during the process to ensure that you have the best opportunity to showcase your experience and suitability for the role.

Behavioural Interviews

Our interviews are based on behavioural – or situational – questions. Some examples of these types of questions could be: Tell me about a time when you had to work closely with someone whose personality was very different from your own; or how would you go about prioritising a customer’s needs when you’re working with a large number of customers? We like to ask these sorts of questions in a job interview because they allow us to get a feel for how you would handle particular situations in a solution-based way.

It’s also a good idea to review the job description and your CV prior to the interview because nobody knows your strengths better than you do. Take some time to reflect on your relevant past accomplishments.

We recommend using the STAR method when structuring your answers in a competency-based interview. The STAR model is a structured manner of responding to a behavioural interview question by discussing the specific Situation, Task, Action and Result of what you’re describing.

Situation: Set the scene and give the necessary details of your example.
Task: Describe what your responsibility was in that situation.
Action: Explain exactly what steps you took to address it.
Result: Share what outcomes your actions achieved.


Princes offers the opportunity to be part of a dynamic business that invests in our people. Come and be part of our future. 

Can't find the role you're looking for?

If you can’t find the right role for you, we can still help. You can now submit an application, with your CV to our talent panel. We will then contact you with appropriate positions as they become available. You can also sign up for job alerts.