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Before applying for a role at Brainkind please ensure you have read the following information
All individuals, irrespective of nationality, residing in the United Kingdom wishing to work for Brainkind must present documentary evidence (such as a valid passport) under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. This includes British Citizens.
You will be requested to provide documentary evidence within the recruitment & selection process, at which time the Trust can verify the authenticity of the documentation presented.
This policy aims to confirm Brainkind’s approach towards employing people with criminal records.
Brainkind is committed to equality of opportunity for all job applicants and aims to select people based on their skills, abilities, experience, knowledge, qualifications, and training. Brainkind will therefore consider ex-offenders for employment on their merits.
This policy complies with the framework specified in the Brainkind’s policy on Policies and Procedures.
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As an organisation, Brainkind uses the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and Disclosure Scotland service to help assess the suitability of applicants for positions at Brainkind. Brainkind complies fully with the DBS and Disclosure Scotland Codes of Practice regarding the correct handling, use, storage, retention and disposal of Disclosures and Disclosure information.
It also complies fully with its obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998 and other relevant legislation about the safe handling, use, storage, retention and disposal of Disclosure information. It has a written policy statement on these matters, available to those wishing to see it on Brainkind’s website or upon request.
This policy contains general information and specific details relating to DBS and Disclosure Scotland/PVG Scheme.
Further information relating to the DBS or Disclosure Scotland service can be located here at: www.gov.uk/dbs-check-applicant-criminal-record or
www.gov.uk/government/organisations/disclosure-and-barring-service or www.mygov.scot/disclosure-types
People with brain injuries and other neurological conditions have unique needs. To help as many people as possible, we have a network neurological centres, assessment and rehab services, and community support services across the UK.