All information will be treated as strictly confidential and no approach will be made to any person without your permission.
Training courses relevant to the post you are applying for that are also in date
Please provide details of all employment, beginning with your present or most recent job first
Through the 1975 Exemptions Order of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act, 1974, and by virtue of the nature of the post for which you are applying, we are obliged, as your prospective employers, to ask the following question. Any information supplied by yourself will be remain confidential and considered only in relation to this Job Application:
Please provide details of 2 referees who we may approach with regards to this Job Application. These
referees must not be members of your family, and one must be your present or most recent employer:
ANY PERSON, UPON SUBSEQUENT EMPLOYMENT, THAT IS FOUND TO HAVE KNOWINGLY SUPPLIED FALSE OR MISLEADING INFORMATION, OR HAS DELIBERATELY WITHHELD RELEVANT INFORMATION, WILL BE SUMMARILY DISMISSED
I have read and understood the information supplied to me in relation to this Job Position, and the information requested in this Job Application Form. I confirm that all information supplied by me is true and correct to the best of my beliefs. I confirm that I am both physically and mentally fit for this employment.
I give the prospective employer the right to follow up all references and to make any other job-related enquiries as may be deemed necessary.
Equal opportunities and discrimination policy
We recognise that discrimination is not only unacceptable, it is also unlawful.
Our aim is to ensure that no job applicant or employee is discriminated against, directly or indirectly, on any unlawful grounds.
This policy is also included in the Employee Handbook to make all employees aware that we will act in accordance with all statutory requirements and take into account any relevant codes of practice.
All job applicants will be considered solely on their ability to do the job.
Interview questions will not be of a discriminatory nature.
All promotions will be made on merit in line with the principles of the policy.
Employees who have a disability will receive the necessary help, within reason, to enable them to carry out their normal duties effectively.
This policy will be assessed at regular intervals to ensure that equality of opportunity is afforded to all employees.
Equal opportunities monitoring
As part of our commitment to equality of opportunity, we need to obtain information about the ethnic origins and sex of our employees and job applicants.
This information enables us to examine, by ethnic origin and sex, the distribution of employees across the organisation, and the success rate of candidates for jobs, training, transfer and promotion, according to the type of job.
We hope that employees and job applicants will co-operate by completing the information overleaf, which will help us to assess whether the distribution of staff and the success rate of applicants reflects equal opportunities or reveals possible race or sex discrimination.
Any information provided will be kept confidential and will only be used for the purposes detailed above.
Choose ONE section from A to E, and then tick the appropriate box to indicate your cultural background.
Thank you for your application. Unfortunately we are unable to contact all applicants. If you do not hear from us within 3 weeks of submitting your application then you were regretfully unsucessfull.