How to apply
CV or application form?
Each role will clearly state if we require your CV and covering letter or an application form. Please read the job adverts carefully as we will only be able to accept the specific application methods.
Making the most of your application
Please read through the application form carefully and follow the instructions given for each section. Please ensure that you complete all sections fully and return the entire form.
Please note, the equality information you give on the first two pages is requested for monitoring purposes. This information is confidential, it will be separated from your application form and will only be referred to after the short listing has been completed.
The additional information section of the application form and the following four questions are your opportunity to demonstrate your suitability for the role that you are applying for. Use this space to explain why you are interested in the post, giving examples of the qualities and existing or transferable skills you have which are relevant. It is essential to relate your experience (paid or unpaid) to the person specification and job description in this section to enable the short listing managers to assess your suitability for the role.
Submitting your application
Application forms should be submitted by email to email@example.com. You will receive an automated email to acknowledge the receipt of your application.
What happens next
All vacancies have a closing date. Applications received after the closing time and date will not be accepted. We will be in touch soon after the closing day to let you know if you are invited to attend the interview.
Complying with law
In accordance with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, we require new members of staff to provide documentary evidence that they are legally entitled to work in the UK.
All candidates are asked to declare criminal convictions. A criminal conviction is not necessarily a bar to employment. If you have declared a criminal conviction this will only be considered if you are selected for interview. If the interview panel believe this may have a bearing on the requirements of the post, this will be discussed further with you.
All positions involving contact with service users will require a criminal records check from the Disclosure and Barring Service under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. However, possession of a criminal record, either current or spent, will not necessarily prohibit an offer of employment.
Interested? Visit our Current vacancies page and apply for the job you want.