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Information you may find useful when applying for a job with Tameside.
Note that we aim to communicate electronically with applicants when they have applied on-line. However, regardless of the method of application, if you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of the closing date of the job then please assume that unfortunately you have been unsuccessful.
To achieve equal opportunities in Tameside Council, we will detach the personal details from the application form before shortlisting . The Interview panel will not have this information until the interview, when we need it for administrative purposes.
All applicants who have a disability and who meet the essential criteria for this position will be guaranteed an interview. Read more information on Equal Opportunities.
Please give details of your current and previous jobs in this section, with the most recent first. You may also wish to include any experience you have gained in doing unpaid or voluntary work.
If you come for an interview you will have to produce original documentary evidence of your qualifications. This includes your driving licence if this is a requirement of the job. We will not accept photocopies.
Make sure that in this section of the application form you clearly show how you meet the key areas of experience on the person specification. You may have gained the experience, skills and knowledge through work, home, voluntary work or other activities.
All successful applicants can join the Local Government Pension Scheme. The Council encourages all employees to join the Scheme.
In this section of the application form please give the names and addresses of two referees. One must be your current employer (or your last employer if you do not have a job)
This Authority encourages Trade Union membership. The manager responsible for your employment can give you more information.
Canvassing of elected members of the Authority in support of your application will disqualify you as a candidate.
If we offer you a job we classify as having access to children or vulnerable adults we will check your suitability with the Criminal Records Bureau. They use information held on the Police National Computer, lists maintained by Government Departments and information from individual Police forces. A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a job.
We must protect the public funds we handle so we may use the information you provide on your application form to prevent and detect fraud. We may also share this information, for the same purposes, with other organisations which handle public funds.
Tameside Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Nursery Education Places in Tameside for 3 and 4 Year Olds
Private Day Nurseries in Tameside
Surestart is the Government's programme to deliver the best start in life for every child by bringing together: early education, childcare, health and family support.
A list of all education establishments within Tameside.
Help and advice when looking for a job.
Routes to Work: A guide to getting extra help and support with employment if you have a disability, mental health, and or drug and alcohol issues.
Job Centres in the Tameside Area
Careers advice for Young People from Connexions
Tameside's Apprenticeship Programme
Training and Employment Initiatives
Tameside Sports Trust Vacancies
Information on Libraries and Leisure