How to Apply
Camphill Milton Keynes is committed to Equality & Diversity in all of its activity and recruitment is clearly an area where this is vital.
For all of our vacancies you can express your interest in the role by sending us your CV via email in the first instance. Then you will be required to submit your application for the role by completing our standard Application Form 2020 and send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it to:
Camphill Milton Keynes Communities Ltd
Willen Park South
You must complete our standard application form to apply for a role. We will accept a CV initially as an expression of interest in a role, and then if we feel you are suitable for the role we will ask you then to complete the application form. The information you provide in your application form is what we will use to decide whether to shortlist you for an interview. This helps us to review each applicant in a fair and consistent way. It is important that you complete the application accurately and honestly and fill in all the sections. Take care to look at the Job Description and Person Specification for the role that you are applying for – you can find that at the bottom of the specific post recruitment page. If you don’t tell us how you meet these criteria or have relevant experience we will not be able short list you.
We are keen to promote the employment of people with a disability and welcome all applications. We will select for interview all applicants who have a disability who meet the essential criteria for the role. If you are an applicant with a disability and would like the opportunity to discuss the application or selection process please contact the Recruitment Team on 01908 235000. If you require an application with bigger type face, or have any other suggestions as to how we may assist you with your application, please feel free to contact us.
We will ask for the names of two referees, which must include your current or most recent employer. If you have not had two employers, you may provide a second reference from a teacher, university or college tutor if you have been in full-time education. If you have not been in full time education and do not have two previous employers, you can provide the contact details of a personal reference from people who have known you for at least five years. However, we do not accept references from family or relatives.
Depending on the role you are applying for, an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS, formally CRB) certificate maybe required. This will be obtained from the DBS before your appointment is confirmed. You will be required to disclose any criminal record(s) you have as part of the application process. Please note that we welcome applications from applicants with a variety of backgrounds. Criminal records will be reviewed on an individual basis and taken into account for recruitment purposes where the conviction is considered relevant. A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a position with us.
We reserve the right at any time to check on any experience, achievements, qualifications and skills claimed by you either from your application, in any accompanying or subsequent correspondence or at interview. The personal information that you provide will also be used in a confidential manner to help us monitor our recruitment process. If you succeed in your application and take up employment with us, the information will be used in the administration of your employment.
We wish you every luck with your application.