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Our recruitment team or the recruiting manager will contact you to arrange a time for a short telephone screen interview. The call lasts approximately 10 minutes and we’ll cover some basic questions around your interest in the role and work history. If we think you would make a great candidate, but aren’t able to offer you an interview for the role you’ve applied for, we may suggest alternative roles that might be of interest.
It’s likely that we will invite you for a visit around the service before first interview, with our staff and the person/people you’ll support, in the setting you will be working in. This may be the person’s/people’s home or a residential service.
The first face-to-face interview for operational roles is normally at the service you’ve applied too and with the hiring manager(s). Interviews typically last about 45 minutes and are as much an opportunity for us to find out more about you, as for you to find out more about us.

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