Vacancies

Vacancies

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Vacancies
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Frequently asked questions

Got a question? If you can’t find the answer you need below email our recruitment team and we’ll be happy to help.

  • We will tell you that we have received your application form. If you are interviewed by us, we’ll give you feedback even if you are unsuccessful.

    Due to the amount of applications we receive we’re unable to give feedback to everyone who is unsuccessful at the shortlisting stage.

  • It can take up to five weeks to hear the results of your application depending on the volume of candidates. If you haven’t heard from us by this point please assume you have not been successful on this occasion.

  • When you applied, you told us your email address. If your application has been successfully received an email will have been sent to this address to confirm we have received it. If you can’t find it in your inbox, please check your spam or junk folder. If there isn’t one email recruitment @cpp.nhs.uk and we’ll be able to help you.

  • We will mainly use the email address you supply to contact you throughout the application stages. We may also ring you.

  • That depends on the role.  It always starts with submission of your CV/application form, that when we look for evidence to suggest you fit the role.  We’ll take account of your current situation and experience and assess this against the person specification.

    In addition to interviews some roles will involve assessments to assess your skills and experience against criteria in the person specification.

  • The location of each role will be advertised on the job advert. Where the role is home based or requires travel this will be clearly stated.

  • It depends on the role and the circumstances, but we like to be as flexible as possible as our priority is getting the best candidate.

  • It is usual practice for a successful applicant to be offered a salary at the bottom of the grade. This may be negotiable for some posts, dependent upon experience and proof of current salary.

  • In the first instance please contact the member of our recruitment team who has been in contact with you during the recruitment process or email recruitment@cpp.nhs.uk

  • During the onboarding process, we will ask to see and take copies of your passport to verify your identity. We have some roles which require a Basic Disclosure check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), but we always let candidates know this during the recruitment process.