Please read through the application form carefully and follow the instructions given for each section. Ensure that you complete all sections fully and submit the form.
The personal information you provide on the application form is requested for monitoring purposes. This information is confidential and will be separated from your application before the shortlisting process and will only be referred to if you have been shortlisted to attend an interview.
The additional information section of the application form is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your suitability for the role that you are applying for. Use this space to explain why you are interested in the post. It is essential that you give examples of how you meet the qualifications, experience, skills and abilities required for the role as detailed in the Job Profile. This will enable the short-listing managers to assess your suitability for the role.
All vacancies specify a closing date. Applications received after the closing date and time will not be accepted. We will be in touch shortly after the closing date to let you know if you are invited to attend an interview. If you haven’t heard from us within a week after the closing date or by the interview date, I’m sorry but you have not been selected on this occasion. Due to the volume of applications we receive we are not able to provide feedback on your application.
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 will not necessarily stop you from getting an employment. If you have declared a criminal conviction, it will only be considered if you are selected for an 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.
All vacancies must be applied for through the Elim Jobs Portal. Just click on ‘apply now’ in you chosen vacancy and set up your profile. Complete all of the sections highlighted, you don’t need to complete your application all at once, you can come back to it and when you are happy submit your application for consideration. Applications will only be accepted via the Elim Jobs Portal. If you have any issues accessing the site or need assistance please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01454 411172 option 6.
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