At United Response, we invite people from all walks of life to come and work for us, and are here to help you through the application process as much as we possibly can.

Our step by step guide to recruitment will help you to understand what we need from you and what you can expect from us when applying for one of our jobs.

Good luck, and we hope to see you soon.

We're hiring now! 

We're always on the lookout for new people to join our team up and down the country in a range of roles from support workers to admin staff in our offices.  Head over to our careers pages to see if we have any roles to suit you.

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The online application process

In order for us to get to know you and see if we are right for you, you will need to upload a copy of your CV when you apply so we can see which skills and experience you can bring to the job.  

Filling in an online application form

Once your CV is ready to send to us you will need to fill in a short, simple application form on our careers pages. You'll find the apply button at the bottom of the vacancy you're interested in.

To apply, you need to quickly create an account by entering your email address and coming up with a password.

Once you've answered the application pages and attached a copy of your CV, your work is done. You can sit back and wait for us to do the rest!

Need help with your CV? 

If you don't have a current CV or you're not sure where to get started, we've put together some simple guidance for you. 

This downloadable advice explains what we need to see on your CV, as well as providing a suggested structure. 

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What do we do with your application?

When you send your application form and CV to us, you'll receive an email to confirm that you've successfully applied. We aim to respond to everyone within two weeks to discuss whether or not we can offer you an interview.

The interview process

If you are offered an interview, we will call or email to arrange a suitable time for you to come in to meet our managers to chat about your interest in the role and answer some more questions about yourself.

On some occasions, if you've applied to become a support worker, managers may ask to see you again for a second-stage interview involving people we support. This gives you a chance to meet a person we support and see the sort of things that happen within our busy services.

Final steps

If you're successful, we'll need you to provide us with a few things before you can start, so we'll send you some forms to fill in at the appropriate time.

To come on-board with us you will need to provide:

  • Proof of your legal right to work in the UK (your passport/proof of residence within the UK)
  • Your bank details and NI number (so we can pay you and make sure you pay the correct amount of tax)
  • Where relevant, a completed copy of a Rehabilitation of Offenders form (any declaration of an offence/conviction will be considered individually and treated with the strictest confidence)
  • A satisfactory DBS check (all employees who work directly with people we support need to have this check by law. We'll pay for and send this off on your behalf)
  • A completed Health Questionnaire (so we can provide you with as much support at work as you need, if any)
  • Two satisfactory references (one must be your current or most recent employer).

Got any questions?

Our friendly team are always happy to help should you have any further queries about your application or any of the information included on this page.

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