We want to recruit the best possible workforce, which reflects the community we serve. Our loyal and dedicated workforce makes a big difference to the delivery of healthcare in the borough.
- We aim to treat all employees and potential employees fairly and take into consideration only those factors which are relevant
- Selection should be a competitive process with the exception of an employee who is being redeployed due to either organisational change or health reasons
- The recruitment and selection procedure will be carried out in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 and the CCG’s policy on the employment of people with a disability
All of our available vacancies can be found on the NHS Jobs website.
Applicants working with children and vulnerable adults will be required to undergo the disclosure process in accordance with the Disclosure and Barring Service guidelines. Further information regarding this is included in job application packs.
The CCG is committed to being an employer that demonstrates equal opportunities. As such, we oppose discrimination on any grounds – this includes age, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, disability, HIV status, race, colour, religion, political, trade union or other opinion or belief, material or social origin, association with a minority, domestic circumstances, property, birth or other status.
Positive about Disability
We are proud to hold the Two Ticks, ‘Positive about Disability’ status and as such have an obligation to make reasonable adjustments for disabled people in terms of recruitment and selection procedures, employment and termination of staff, or if employment arrangements or premises place disabled people at a substantial disadvantage compared with non disabled people.
As an employer we are committed to improving the quality of working life for all our staff by continually developing new schemes and initiatives for their benefit. We offer flexible working patterns wherever possible.