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Housing & Community
Support Worker

1.Personal Details

2.Employment History
5 year employment/work experience history

3. Professional/Technical membership

4. Supporting Statement

This section is in 2 parts. Set the information out in the spaces below.

Part 1 is for you to tell us what interests you about Collaborative Women UK.

Part 2 is for you to give specific information in support of your application. 


Use examples to show how your knowledge, skills and experience meet each of the requirements of the job. Please draw on your relevant experiences, including paid employment, voluntary work, family experiences and leisure activities as evidence. Include details of any relevant learning and development with dates.

5.References

Please give details of at least two referees, one of whom must be your current or most recent employer. (We will accept references from a volunteer coordinator as someone who can comment on your ability to do the job you are applying for).

 

Referees must not be related to you, or writing solely in the capacity of a friend, and must be able to comment on your skills and abilities in relation to the post.

Reference 1:

Reference 2:

Our vision is to have a positive impact on people and communities by providing high quality homes, supporting independence and creating opportunities. 
We are looking for people who can help us deliver our vision and who reflect our values as an organisation.


Employment checks for the safeguarding of adults and children at risk
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of adults and children at risk and expect all staff to share this commitment. As part of our commitment, we need to ensure that all potential employees satisfy our employment checks. 

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 
We will treat applicants who have a criminal record fairly and will not discriminate because of a conviction or other information revealed. Possession of a criminal record will not automatically prevent you from working with us.  As part of the recruitment process any information revealed regarding a criminal record will only be considered in light of its relevance to the post that you are applying for.

 

 

For most jobs you do not need to provide information about spent convictions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the Exceptions Order 1975. Some types of job, including this job are exempt from this act meaning that you will have to declare any criminal convictions, both spent and unspent. As you are applying for a post which is eligible for an enhanced DBS disclosure, you are required to declare information on any convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings, which would not be filtered in line with current guidance.

6.Declaration & Signature

I declare that the information given in this application is, to the best of my knowledge, complete and accurate and that it may be used for purposes registered by Collaborative Women UK under the Data Protection Act. I understand that if, after appointment, any information is found to be inaccurate, this may lead to dismissal without notice.

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Data Protection Act and General Data Protection Regulations. The personal data you provide in this job application will be used for recruitment purposes. If your application is successful, the personal data will be stored on your employee file and used for payroll and personnel administration. It will only be shared with officers with a legitimate need to view it, and with government departments and agencies where there is a legal obligation to do so. Personal data held about unsuccessful candidates will only be retained for six months.  Full details of how we process your personal data for job applications, including your rights under the General Data Protection Regulations is outlined in the Job Applications Privacy Notice enclosed with your application material.

Equal Opportunity Monitoring

Freedom from discrimination and equality of opportunity are basic rights. is committed to challenging inequality and celebrating diversity. 

 

Collaborative Women UK is an equal opportunity employer. The aim of our policy is to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.

 

Our recruitment selection criteria and procedures (including the areas or media sources which are used in the recruitment process) are frequently reviewed to ensure that individuals are selected, promoted and treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities and that no applicant or employee is disadvantaged by provisions, criteria or practices which cannot be shown to be justified.

 

We would like to use your data to ensure that this policy is fully and fairly implemented. We will use your data to compile statistics on the representation amongst our workforce of the categories listed. 

 

To use this information, we need your consent. 

 

Completion of this form is optional. 

 

Any responses you give will assist us in our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Your responses will be kept strictly confidential and will not be used in any decisions affecting you.  

Thank you for applying to join our team and good luck!

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