All jobs are advertised on our vacancies page. We also use other methods to source candidates including LinkedIn, Twitter, job websites, local media and agencies.
Most of our applications are received online which is secure, efficient and confidential. Our online application form is easy to use and can be completed in stages as long as it reaches us by the closing date. We often request a supporting statement and CV to accompany your application.
Tips for your application:
Take the time to go through the website and read about Southern Housing Group
Read the advert, job description, and person specification thoroughly to check you understand the role and ensure you meet the essential criteria
Ensure your CV is clear, accurate and up-to-date
Ensure you complete all sections of the application form thoroughly. The supporting statement is an important part of the application process and is used for shortlisting purposes.
Review your application before submitting. It may be worth asking someone to read it through on your behalf.
If you'd like help completing your application, please contact the Recruitment Team on 01403 224 515.
What happens after you submit your application?
You should expect to hear from us within a week of the closing date for the role. If you've applied online, we will probably contact you by email. Please check your email account regularly, including your spam folders.
If you aren’t successful, it will be because other candidates were identified as more closely matching our criteria. Please don't be put off from applying for other roles in the future.
Our interview and assessment process
We'll be investing a great deal of time in your development, so it's important we make sure we hire the right person.
We want to give you every opportunity to show us the skills and attributes you can bring to the role. So, as well as a competency based interview you may be asked to: complete some online tests that are relevant to the role; prepare and deliver a presentation to the interview panel; and complete a role related exercise
We’ll give you plenty of notice so that you can prepare in advance.
Candidates with disabilities
We are committed to ensuring that all short listing, interviewing and selection will be carried out in line with the Equality Act 2010 and all applicants should feel secure that they will be treated fairly and equitably.
If you do consider yourself to have a disability we encourage you to indicate this in the relevant section of the application and we will endeavour to make all reasonable adjustments, should you be invited for interview.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all Group staff to share this commitment.
We are committed to eliminating discrimination and valuing diversity within our workforce and recognise that discrimination is more likely to be experienced by particular groups in society.
The Group uses the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to help assess the suitability of applicants for specified positions of trust to ensure that precaution is taken in the recruitment of staff who will be working with vulnerable groups to help reduce security risk.
Because of the nature of our work we sometimes require applicants for certain posts to undertake a DBS check. When this is required it will be clearly stated on the person specification and job advertisement for the role and may be discussed with you at interview. Even spent convictions will need to be disclosed by applicants for some roles.