To apply for a role, you’ll first need to register your details with us.
This should only take a few minutes. Once you have done that, go to the role you’re interested in and click the ‘Apply’ button.
An online application form will appear. Complete the online form, making sure to upload your CV and a covering letter before hitting the ‘Apply’ button. (Once you’ve uploaded your CV it will be stored in your account to make it easier for you to apply for any future roles.) And if there are any necessary adjustments we can make to the process to help you perform at your best, let us know.
Hearing back from us
We aim to let you know within three working days of the application close date if you’ve successfully made it to the interview stage.
If you have, you can normally expect a telephone interview in the first instance. This will be followed an online test (for certain roles) and then a face to face interview or assessment centre day. (Certain roles may also require a second interview.)
As part of our screening process, all roles are subject to a CRB (criminal reference bureau) check and an adverse financial check. In addition to this you will be required to provide us with your proof of history covering a 3 year period.
So that these checks can be made you will be asked to bring your passport, national insurance number, and proof of address to the first interview. You won’t be able to start your role until this screening has been completed.
If you have any questions about our recruitment process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have specific questions about a job, make sure to check the job ad first.