BNZSA Journeys - Return to BNZSA

Not all BNZSA journeys are created equal. As we’ve said before, we’ve had some great Rockers come through our doors. While we’re sad when some of them leave, it’s even sweeter when they decide to come back!

Sinéad and Mathilde share their story of returning to BNZSA. Having originally left to follow personal and professional challenges, they were delighted to have the opportunity to come back to BNZSA in 2022.

Check out what they had to say:

The BNZSA Bus – Travel in style!

There’s never an idea too crazy for us, so when the idea of a ‘tour bus’ for our Rockers came up, of course our design team got to work straight away! 

After months of hard work, the BNZSA Bus is cruising through the streets of Madrid and our Rockers can really travel in style when they come to the office! 

Check out how this crazy idea came together behind the scenes.  

Extra Mile - A BNZSA Song  

Together We Rock isn't just BNZSA's slogan, it's very literal when we have such talented song writers and musicians like Robert amongst us.  
Our very own Robert Navajas García went the Extra Mile writing and producing BNZSA's latest anthem. Robert is a talented Rocker in every sense of the word! 
Going the Extra Mile is one of our core values, it's part of BNZSA's DNA and now it's immortalised in song! 
Stream Extra Mile on Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer now!

Top Tips: How to prepare for a remote interview

Are you an aspiring Roadie but nervous about your upcoming remote interview? Some nerves are natural so do not worry. Our Recruitment Team are sharing their top tips on how to ace the process.

  1. Take time to set up your space. Have a clean, uncluttered background, and check your lighting so it’s falling on you, not behind you.
  2. Make sure to do an internet-speed test so technical lags don’t break the flow of your conversation.
  3. Prepare for the unexpected. Master the platform you’ll be using for your interview and keep notes handy so that you don’t forget to make an important point.
  4. Rehearse before you go live. Monitor your pace so it’s easy for your audience to follow, use hand gestures, and sit with an upright and open posture.
  5. Spark interesting conversations. Go beyond the usual small talk and ask questions about the team and the culture. Do a little research beforehand to see if you have any common interests or experiences with your interviewer.

Good luck!