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CV / Resume - Part 1 of 5: Personal Information


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First Name *
Last Name *
Address Line 1 *
Address Line 2
Town/City *
Postcode *
Telephone *
Mobile
 

CV / Resume - Part 2 of 5: Your Availability


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MONDAY:
All Day AM PM Evenings Sleeping Nights Waking Nights
TUESDAY:
All Day AM PM Evenings Sleeping Nights Waking Nights
WEDNESDAY:
All Day AM PM Evenings Sleeping Nights Waking Nights
THURSDAY:
All Day AM PM Evenings Sleeping Nights Waking Nights
FRIDAY:
All Day AM PM Evenings Sleeping Nights Waking Nights
SATURDAY:
All Day AM PM Evenings Sleeping Nights Waking Nights
SUNDAY:
All Day AM PM Evenings Sleeping Nights Waking Nights
Would you ever consider being "bank staff" to cover sickness and holidays? *
No Yes

CV / Resume - Part 3 of 5: Your Travelling Information


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Do you hold a full UK driving license?
No Yes
Please tell us where you are willing to travel to:
Yiewsley
Yeading
Workington
WINDERMERE
Wimborne
Wigton
Widnes
Whitehaven
Whiston
West Ruislip
West Drayton
WASDALE
Warrington
Wareham
Wardle
Verwood
Uxbridge South
Uxbridge North
ULVERSTON
Townfield
Swanage
Stockbridge Village
ST. BEES
St Helens
South Ruislip
Silloth
SEDBERGH
Seascale
Runcorn
Rochdale
Roby
Ringwood
RAVENGLASS
Prescot
Poole
Pinkwell
PENRITH
Northwood Hills
Northwood
Newton-le-Willows
New Milton
MORECAMBE
MOOR ROW
MILNTHORPE
Milnrow
Millom
Middleton
Maryport
Manor
Liverpool South
Liverpool North
Littleborough
LANCASTER
Knowsley Village
KIRKBY-IN-FURNESS
KIRKBY STEPHEN
Kirkby
Keswick
KENDAL
Ickenham
Huyton
HOLMROOK
Hillingdon East
Heywood
Heathrow Villages
Harefield
Halewood
GRASMERE
GRANGE-OVER-SANDS
FRIZINGTON
Ferndown
Egremont
Eastcote and East Ruislip
DALTON-IN-FURNESS
Cumbria
Cronton
CONISTON
Cockermouth
CLEATOR MOOR
CLEATOR
Christchurch
Charville
Cavendish
CARTMEL
CARNFORTH
Carlisle
Brunel
BROUGHTON-IN-FURNESS
Broadstone
Brampton
Botwell
BECKERMET
BARROW-IN-FURNESS
Barnhill
Aspatria
ASKAM-IN-FURNESS
ARNSIDE
Anywhere in Knowsley
AMBLESIDE
ALSTON
APPLEBY-IN-WESTMORLAND

CV / Resume - Part 4 of 5: Experience and Education


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Which three words best describe you:
Word 1 *
Word 2 *
Word 3 *
Personal Statement *:
Are you proficient in any other languages?:
Yes No
Do you have a first aid qualification?:
Yes No
Do you smoke?:
Yes No
Employment History *:
Include Employer Details, Dates and reason for leaving.
Job Related Training *:
Education *:
Please give a brief history of your education and list any qualifications you feel are relevant to your application
In what area(s) would you consider you are most experienced?:
Autism
Carers
Children and young people
Learning difficulties
Long term conditions
Mental Health
Older people
Physical impairment
Sensory impairment
Supporting Information:

CV / Resume - Part 5 of 5: Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS - formerly CRB)


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Successful applicants will be asked for a Criminal Record Check (Disclosure) from the Disclosure and Barring Service. A copy of the Code of Practice is available on request. Further information about the Disclosure process can be found at www.crb.homeoffice.gov.uk.

Employment Of Ex-Offenders And The Rehabilitation Of Offenders Act

Because of the nature of the work for which you are applying, this post is exempt from the provision of Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 by virtue of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exemptions) order 1975.

Applicants are, therefore, not entitled to withhold information about convictions, which for other purposes are 'spent' under the Provisions of the Act, and in the event of employment, any failure to disclose such convictions could result in dismissal or disciplinary action. Any information given will be completely confidential and will be considered only in relation to an application for positions for which the order applies.

Whilst it is necessary to ask for information on convictions, this will not necessarily exclude you from being considered for employment.

All information will remain confidential.

Do you have a current DBS / CRB / ISA Registration?:
Yes No
Have you had any previous convictions?:
Yes No
Are any cases currently pending against you?:
Yes No

Do You Need Permission To Work In The UK?

Your employer will need to know if it is legal for you to work in the UK and whether you need a work permit or visa. You will need to show proof of your right to work. Some people are automatically entitled to work in the UK. Others may have restrictions on how long they can stay, whether they can work or the type of work they can do.

On 29th February 2008, the Government introduced some changes to the law on preventing illegal working. UK employers need to undertake document checks on all potential recruits and when you start a new job your employer may wish to carry out a number of checks to see if you are elegible to work in the UK.

Are you eligible to work in the UK?:
Yes No
Do you need a work permit?:
Yes No
CV is active on website?:
Yes No
Consent to hold records on file? *:
I consent to having my details on file and made available on the website. Full Personal Details are only available to registered employers.

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