Centenary Square Bradford

Frequently asked questions

Shortlisted applicants will receive an email with the interview details. You may be required to book your own interview time online. The email will include instructions on how to do this.

Applicants who have been unsuccessful at shortlisting will receive an email to inform them of the outcome.

You will receive an email confirming your application has been submitted.

No. We do not accept CVs as a form of application. All candidates must complete the online application form. The application form provides applicants with the opportunity to write against the person specification. We advise you have a copy of the person specification to hand to ensure any additional information demonstrates how you meet the criteria.

Shortlisting can vary from post to post. If you have not heard from us within 6 weeks, you should presume you are unsuccessful.

Due to large volumes of candidates, feedback is not provided at shortlisting stage to external candidates.

If you are an internal candidate you will recieve an email detailing how to receive feedback.

Yes. To ensure consistency and equality of opportunity, all candidates must complete the online application form. Expressions of interest will not be considered

 We do encourage online job applications: you can access the internet for free at libraries and the Job Centre.  Please contact the Recruitment team by emailing [email protected] or call 0127433141 (during standard working hours) if necessary to discuss alternative options.  

Please contact the Recruitment team by emailing [email protected] or call 0127433141 (during standard working hours).

 

This may not always be possible.  You will need to contact the Recruitment team on 0127433141 (during standard working hours) or email [email protected] to enquire.

Due to cost implications we are unable to pay expenses to interview candidates.

 

The successful candidate will be required to produce original certificates of all essential qualifications before a start date is established.