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Personal Details

(All employees are obliged to provide original documentary evidence of their right to work in the UK, prior to commencing employment).
The ‘Person Specification’ for each role will say whether a driving licence is needed for the post. If a driving licence is required:

Work/Employment Experience

Please record below the details of your full employment history, including paid or voluntary roles, beginning with your current or most recent first. You will be able to provide additional information within the 'Supporting Information' section.
If you have any gaps within your work/employment history, please state the reasons for the gaps here.

Education

Please add details of your education, qualifications and training courses completed. You may be asked to provide evidence of qualifications. Qualifications will only be taken into account where they are strictly required for the role.

Supporting Information

After reading the job description and person specification, please complete this section. Demonstrate how you meet the criteria set out in the person specification, by giving relevant and specific examples of your knowledge, skills and experience. This could include voluntary work, personal experience and any other activities you consider relevant to this position.

Invitation to interview for the role will depend on how well you meet the set criteria.

Please also include your reasons for applying for this role.

Please do not include your name, or links to CVs, portfolios etc in this section, as this breaches the anonymity of our application process. Shortlisting panels will not click on external links and will only use the content of your application form for shortlisting.

References

If we offer you the role, we will take up two references. Please provide details of two referees from different organisations. One should be from your present or most recent employer or supervisor if possible. If you do not have previous employer/s you can provide a teacher, tutor or lecturer. One of your references can be a character reference from someone who knows you personally and can comment on your skills in an unbiased and knowledgeable way. Referees must not be a relative or partner.

BLG Mind Equal Opportunities Monitoring Information

BLG Mind welcome applications from all sections of the community and recognises the benefits of a diverse workforce, which reflects the wider population. This information helps us check that we are treating everyone in a fair and equal way and complying with the Equality Act (2010). It enables us to identify and monitor:
  • the profile of the workforce over time
  • any areas where there is under representation
  • average pay differentials across the organisation (please note that all staff doing the same job are paid the same rate of pay)

  • the profile of people who:
    • apply to work/volunteer with us
    • are shortlisted for interview
    • are appointed to each vacancy
This form is separate from your application. It will not be used as part of the selection process, nor will it be seen by anybody who is interviewing you. We will keep this information confidential and store it in line with the Data Protection Act 1998, the General Data Protection Regulations 2018 and BLG Mind’s Privacy Policy.You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time by emailing your full name to HR@blgmind.org.uk with the email subject header ‘withdraw data consent'.

About You

Trans is an umbrella term to describe people whose gender is not the same as the sex they were assigned at birth.
Ethnic origin categories are not about nationality, place of birth or citizenship. They are about the group to which you as an individual perceive you belong.
The Equality Act defines a person as disabled if he/she has a physical or mental impairment, which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on his/her ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.