Stand out from the crowd
We want you to have every chance to show us why you are the right for the role you apply to, so here are some useful tips and advice to help you through our recruitment process.
We are committed to equal opportunities in employment and welcome applications from all members of the community. We guarantee to interview all applicants with a disability who meet the minimum criteria for the job. Everyone will be considered based on their abilities.
When you apply online, take your time and be honest. We want to understand your past experience so we can learn what you are good at and what you have achieved.
You will need to complete an application form, including information such as your work history, education and qualifications. Alternatively, you can send us your CV.
Before your interview
Make sure you know your CV or your application form really well and try to think of specific examples that you can tell us about.
Spend time looking at our website, understanding our values and what we are striving to achieve. There are lots of recent updates in our news and blogs section which will show you some of the things we have been getting up to.
Practice for your interview. You could ask a friend or family member help you practice your answers to questions such as: Why do you want to work for Certitude? Why do you think you would be good at the role? What have you achieved that you are really proud of? Are there any questions you would like to ask us?
Whether you have worked in social care before or not, we will be looking fro you to give us examples from your life that show you will be the right person for the job.
Our interviews are designed to help you tell us what you are good at and show us the kind of person you are. You will also have the opportunity to meet some of the people you could be supporting, which will help you decide whether this is the right job for you.
First impressions count. Make sure you plan your journey with plenty of time so you are relaxed when you arrive and can prepare.
Most of all, be yourself and be honest. Think carefully about your answers and make sure your mobile phone is turned off!