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We understand that there is a lot of anxiety around the safety of the vaccines. The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are safe and effective. They will give you the best protection against coronavirus.
A new community survey has just been launched as part of South London Listens to help find the solutions to the impact Covid-19 has had on the mental health of our communities.
We continue to see patients at all our sites, as well as in their homes, and have a number of measures in place to ensure our sites are Covid secure, including the wearing of face masks and coverings, deep cleaning, one-way signage and cleaning stations.
The recruiting manager will tell you at your interview how and when you will be notified if you are successful.
If you are unsuccessful we will tell you by email via your NHS jobs account.
Once the advert has closed the recruiting manager will start the process of shortlisting. This may take a few days, depending on the number of applications but we aim to finish all shortlisting within two weeks of the closing date.
All applications are scored against the job description and person specification for the role. If you are successful you will be invited to attend for interview. If you have not heard anything from us within four weeks of your application, please presume that on that occasion you have not been successful.
Applications are sent to the recruiting manager anonymously for shortlisting so that it is carried out fairly.
Our HR department will invite applicants to interview on a specific date and will ask you to confirm your attendance. Your invite will include details of the interview panel and any additional tests that form part of the selection process, as well as when and where to come for your interview.
Our Trust is all about people and individuality so we want you to relax and be yourself throughout the recruitment process. Remember, we’re not trying to catch you out, we just need to make sure you have the right skills to deliver the results that our patients, and your colleagues, expect.
Here are some useful tips on preparing for your interview:
The recruiting manager will be on the interview panel, along with other employees of the Trust.
The panel will ask you questions relating to the role and your experience score your responses and will make a decision about whether or not you have been successful in your application for the position. They will contact you either way to confirm this and HR will also confirm once we have the interview pack.
The recruiting manager will tell you at your interview how and when you will be notified of the outcome of your interview.
If you are successful, the recruiting manager will usually ring to let you know. If you are unsuccessful you will receive an email letting you know and giving you the opportunity to contact someone for further feedback.