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Applying for a job

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If you’re applying for a job, please submit your application as early as possible. If we get a lot of interest in a job, we might stop accepting applications before the listed deadline.

How to apply

To apply for one of our jobs, you’ll need to complete an online application form.

We’d like you to pay special attention to the following three important parts of the form:

  • Your full employment and training history, explaining any gaps you might have
  • Complete reference information for the last three years
  • Your personal statement to demonstrate how you meet all the essential criteria outlined in the personal specification

You can find more information and guidance on completing this at NHS Jobs.

Attending an interview

If you’re invited to an interview, we’ll send you a confirmation letter with all the information you need. Please make sure you’re prepared for you interview and have thought about any question you might be asked.

Find out about our value based interviews and how you can prepare

We’ll also provide you with a list of documents you’ll need to bring along to prove the following:

  • Your identity
  • Your eligibility to work in the UK
  • Your professional registration and qualifications

If you’re interview is successful and all the documents have been provided, we’ll make you a conditional offer while our recruitment team carry out the following employment checks:

  • Identity checks
  • Right to work checks
  • Professional registration and qualification checks
  • Employment history and reference checks
  • Criminal record and barring checks
  • Work health assessments

Once all the checks are successfully complete, we’ll make you a final offer for the position.

Applicants with a disability

We’re an equal opportunities employer and always aim to recruit the best person for the job.

If you have a disability and meet the minimum criteria for the job, we’ll guarantee you an interview as part of the governments Two Ticks Scheme.

Please make sure you let us know about your disability on your application form and tell us about any reasonable adjustments we might need to make for your interview.

Find out more about our Equality and Diversity activities

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