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Working for Crawley Borough Council

Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, Section 8

It is a criminal office to employ anyone not entitled to live or work in the United Kingdom. Before starting work we will ask you to produce original documents to demonstrate your eligibility for employment.

Code of Conduct

We expect the highest standards of conduct from our staff. Our Code of Conduct applies to all employees.

Conditions of Appointment

Most appointments are subject to the conditions of service of the National Joint Council for Local Government Services. These are supplemented or amended by conditions agreed locally.

Disclosure Checks

We ask for a Disclosure Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service for people appointed to certain posts. These are posts exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. They include posts involving regular unsupervised contact with children, working with older people and other vulnerable groups.

Job Share

For most of our vacant posts, we welcome applications to job share. This enables two people to share a full-time post on an agreed basis. If you are interested in job sharing you should say so on your application form.

Probationary Review

As a new starter with the council you will need to successfully complete a six month probationary period. Your manager will monitor and review your progress at regular intervals.

Reference

All offers of appointment are subject to a satisfactory reference. The application form asks you to provide the name of a referee. This should be your present line manager, or if unemployed your most recent employer.

01293 438000 hr@crawley.gov.uk click to email us
Human Resources & Organisational Development
Town Hall
The Boulevard
Crawley
West Sussex RH10 1UZ

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Human Resources & Organisational Development
Town Hall
The Boulevard
Crawley
West Sussex RH10 1UZ

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