The online job process will take you through several sections of your application. Try to complete all parts of the application form. If some sections of the form do not apply to you, enter N/A (not applicable) in the spaces provided.
Almost all communication during the recruitment process is via email and text so it is important that you supply a correct email address and mobile phone number if you have one.
Each job we advertise is based on a job description and person specification. The job description lists the main types of duties and responsibilities of the post. The person specification outlines the skills, knowledge, experience and qualifications that you will need for the job.
Read these documents thoroughly and take a look at the Trust values, as well as any other information provided. Once you understand the requirements, please ensure your application accurately reflects where you match them. We shortlist applicants against the job description and person specification, so give examples to demonstrate how your skills and experience are relevant to the job you are applying for and how and where you have used them.
Provide information on any relevant experience from your present or previous jobs. You can include skills and experience gained from community or voluntary work, work experience, leisure interests and activities in the home.
Education and training
Tell us about your education and the training you have received.
Do not ignore the supporting information section of the form. It is an important part of the application, because you can tell us about you, your qualifications and experience.