Equal opportunities monitoring

The University is committed to creating a diverse workforce and seeks to ensure that all candidates are treated fairly during the recruitment process.

All job applicants are asked to provide personal information during the on-line application process, which includes details on gender, race, religion / belief and disability. This allows the University to gather personal data for the purposes of evaluating the effectiveness and fairness of our recruitment and selection procedures from an equality perspective.

This monitoring is conducted confidentially and your personal information is not disclosed to any member of the interview panel.

The University is committed to interviewing all applicants with a disability who meet the essential criteria for a job vacancy, considering them on their abilities, and the panel will be made aware of any applicants declaring themselves disabled. This is indicated by the use of the two ticks disability logo on our job adverts.

 

 

Staff outside Boots library