How do I apply for a job?
If you find a vacancy you’re interested in, please click on the role and then apply. There are a few quick steps to complete online which include:
1) Completing a short application
2) Attaching your CV
3) Completing a few questions to help us assess your suitability for the role
Can I apply for more than one vacancy?
Yes you can, but we advise that you apply for roles that best suit your experience and skills. You will also have to complete an application for each role as applications can not be transfered.
Can I apply if I require a permit to work in the UK?
Unfortunately we are unable to employ anyone who doesn’t have the right to work in the United Kingdom.
Can I get feedback on my application?
Due to the volume of applications we receive, we’re unable to provide feedback at application stage. However, if you’ve come in for a face to face interview, we ensure that detailed feedback is provided over the phone.
What can I expect during the interview process?
The interview process will depend on the role you’re applying for. We use a combination of face to face interviewing and in-tray exercises. Although we operate a standard one stage interview process, at times we will change this to make sure that we’re acting appropriately for each role.
Our People Services Team will make sure that you’re fully aware of what to expect at each stage of the interview process.
Do I need to take anything to the interview?
Please take along your passport or birth certificate as we’ll need to verify your identity and right to work when we meet you. If you do not have these documents, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what other documents you can provide instead.
What happens if I get offered a job?
The Hiring Manager who interviewed you will call to let you know the good news! Your offer letter and full contract of employment will then be sent to you by the People Services Team via email. Your offer of employment will be conditional upon us receiving satisfactory references, your right to work and a DBS check.