The selection process

How to apply

All applications will be received via our Applicant Tracking System TribePad, when you click ‘apply’ you will be re-routed to the system whereby you will need to create a short profile to begin your application.

All applicants will be required to provide a copy of their CV and a supporting statement outlining their suitability for the post based on the Person Specification.

All applications will be scored based on the suitability to the person specification using the same points scoring system.

If you would like to learn more about this opportunity or confidentially discuss any aspect of the role please feel free to contact Sam Griffin (Resourcing Manager) on [email protected] or 024 7697 6871.

Closing date

The post will close at midnight on Thursday 21 October 2021. No further applications will be accepted after this time.

Guaranteed Interview Scheme

Coventry City Council is committed to the employment and career development of disabled people and will guarantee to interview anyone with a disability whose application meets the minimum criteria for the post.

Selection process

If you are successfully shortlisted for this position you will be invited to an interview consisting of members panel and officer panel on the week commencing 1 November.

Interviews are scheduled to be conducted face-to-face, Coventry City Council will take all measures to ensure the safety of applicants and staff throughout the interview process in line with current COVID-19 guidance.

In the event of changes to public guidance on meeting face-to-face, we may need to change to remote interviewing, we will keep you up to date on any changes with as much notice as possible.

Equality and diversity

Coventry City Council is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all staff. We will not discriminate on grounds of gender, gender identity, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, those with caring responsibilities, part time workers or any other factor irrelevant to a person’s work.

We encourage a diverse workforce and aim to provide a working environment where all staff at all levels are valued and respected, and where discrimination, bullying, promotion of negative stereotyping and harassment are not tolerated.

Assessment for recruitment, selection, appraisal, training and career progression purposes is based both on the individual’s ability and suitability for the work. We are committed to providing all staff with opportunities to maximise their skills and achieve their potential, offering flexible working arrangements wherever possible.

As Local Authorities have statutory duties placed on them that require them to promote equality of opportunity and eliminate unlawful discrimination. We expect all staff to assist the department in meeting these obligations. All staff should have due regard for the need to promote good relations between individuals from different groups and work towards achieving equality of opportunity for all.

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