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Coronavirus (COVID-19): updates and advice.

Documents to bring to your interview

If you have received an invitation to attend an interview, you will need to bring certain documents with you to interview:

  • right to work in the UK – you will be required to present documents to prove your right to work in the UK. These are detailed in the employee identity checking (for posts without DBS) guidance notes

  • disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check – in the email you received inviting you to attend an interview it will state whether appointment to the post you have applied for is subject to a DBS check. The documents you are required to bring to interview are detailed in the employee identity checking (for posts requiring DBS) guidance notes
    • you should also complete and bring with you the criminal records declaration form. Please note that if you are required to complete an online DBS application you will receive a separate email with instructions on how to complete this as well as guidance on the type documents to use as evidence. Evidence should be provided in the form of original documents. 

  • qualifications/registrations – all applicants are required to provide proof of the qualifications and registrations listed on your application form. If you are unable to provide these we will require written confirmation from the awarding body

Copies of the above will be retained on your personal file if you are appointed.

Further information about the use of personal information is available. 

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