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Information for Applicants

Appointment Procedure

Offers of appointment are made subject to a satisfactory health clearance by the Occupational Health Service.

The University of West London is an institution that offers classes to persons aged under 18 and so, in accordance with the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions) Order 1975, requires employees and candidates for employment to disclose information if they have been convicted of any criminal offence. The information given will be treated in the strictest confidence and all data is checked through the Criminal Records Bureau.  Failure to disclose any convictions prior to or during employment, could result in dismissal from the University.

In accordance with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996 the successful candidate will be required to submit original documentation containing their National Insurance Number e.g.  For European Union members, P.45 or P.60, along with your birth certificate or alternatively a valid passport or identification card.  For non European Union members a passport with valid visa. Unless we receive the appropriate information a written offer of employment will not be made.

Diversity and Equality of Opportunity

The University is committed to promoting equality and diversity   In order to enable us to monitor effectiveness of our policies we would like to ask for your co-operation in completing the Equal Opportunities section.  The information provided within this section will not be available to short-listing panels, but it will assist the Human Resources Team in analysing the response to our recruitment campaign and in developing policies that will attract groups who are currently under-represented within the University to apply for posts with us. 

The University is a holder of the disability symbol (two ticks). One of the University’s commitments as a holder of this symbol is to guarantee an interview to all disabled applicants.

Issues of equality do not stop once you have joined the University, but continue in the form of supporting your personal development while you are with us.

We hope you will recognise the value of these principles and provide us with the information requested.

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