• Following submission of a CV and required information.
  • After the closing date – shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend an interview with members of the recruitment panel.
  • Following the Interview – shortlisting will take place, all candidates should hear the outcome of their interview within 7-10 w/days.
  • The successful candidate will then be offered a Conditional Offer of Employment.

Due to the nature of our work, at this stage, we can only offer a Conditional Offer of Employment. Recruitment checks are required before an offer of employment/volunteer with a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), a minimum of 2 satisfactory references and proof of eligibility to work in the UK.

Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) – The Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 definition of ‘regulated’ activities related to adults, so are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.  A successful candidate is required to obtain an enhanced DBS certificate. We will consider both unspent and spent convictions and cautions, but not take into account protected convictions and cautions (old and minor cautions and convictions filtered out by an enhanced DBS check).

References – A minimum of two different references are required (you can provide more) These should be your current/last employer if no longer working and an alternative previous employer.

If you are studying and/or have only just finished your education and have little work experience, please provide an academic reference.

If the job profile states previous experience of working with young people or vulnerable adults is essential, at least one referee must be someone who has directly supervised you in a similar role.

The Immigration Act 2014 requires employers to check documents to establish a person’s eligibility to work in the UK and comply with any restrictions. Under the Act, we are required to check your eligibility before you start work. Please click on the link to find out what document is applicable for these checks Right to Work Checklist

For us to carry out recruitment checks, we do require the candidate’s consent. A form is sent when a conditional offer is accepted to provide us with consent to carry out such checks, we do not conduct until permission is given by the candidate.

We are an equal opportunities employer who constantly strive to be representative of the communities we serve. We value the unique perspectives and talents that people bring from a variety of cultural backgrounds and experiences, and we recognise the added value that diversity continually brings to the organisation.

If you have any enquiries or would like an informal chat about the role please email: recruitment@brightonymca.co.uk