We hope this information will provide you with everything you need to know about attending an interview with us. If you have any questions and can't find the answer here, please e-mail email@example.com.
You may claim back travel expenses by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org attaching receipts etc. If your interview requires an overnight stay, we will be pleased to make necessary arrangements for you.
If qualifications and/or a driving licence are a requirement of the post we will need to verify them so please bring with you original copies of your qualification certificates and/or your licence. We need to check that all applicants have the right to live and work in the UK so we will ask you to bring documents to prove this with you to interview.
As part of the selection process we may be asked to carry out a job related assessments or written exercise. Although you may feel apprehensive please do not be put off. Assessments are relevant to the job you have applied for and you will receive details in advance.
We try to make sure our recruitment process is fair for everyone. If you need any adjustments made to any part of the process please let us know. We make adjustments where appropriate on an individual basis to help everyone do their best.
People usually feel a little nervous about attending an interview but by doing some preparation, you are more likely to be able to present your skills and experience well. The interview is an opportunity to show the interview panel that you have the skills, experience and ability to do the job and that you can successfully work within the Council and its culture. It also gives you a chance to gather more information about the job and to confirm that the position and work environment are right for you. You can prepare by: