If you are looking for work, please complete the application form by clicking on the Register Now button.
Alternatively if you already have a CV we would be happy to see that too. Please forward it on firstname.lastname@example.org
Once we have received your application form it will be reviewed by a healthcare professional.
If we consider you to be suitable we will then invite you to attend for interview.
At the interview we will discuss the type of work you are looking for and any limitations which you may have due to childcare arrangements or other commitments.
Following the interview if you are successful we will send off for references and begin the DBS checking procedure.
Once this is completed we will be able to offer you a position with Geneva Health International and you will be able to start your induction training.
What is the DBS Check?
The DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check was created when the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) merged. It is a check to ensure that you do not have a criminal record or are on a barred list.
What documentation will I need to provide?
There are strict rules about what documentation is required. More information on the documentation required is available here.
If I have any convictions will I be allowed to work?
If your DBS check is going to indicate any convictions we would ask you to declare this. You will then be asked to make a short statement about it. When we receive your DBS check we will then make a decision about whether or not we can offer you work.