INTERVIEW DOCUMENTS

YOUR INTERVIEW WITH KEY CARE & SUPPORT

WHAT HAPPENS AT INTERVIEW?

Your interview with Key Care & Support will take about 2 hours in total and will include completion of formal documents, a written assessment and face-to-face interview. Your face-to-face interview will include an opportunity to discuss your experience and training needs for the type of work you wish to carry out, for example NHS hospitals have different training requirements to our independent sector facilities.Key Care & Support are pleased to be able to offer the different types of training, tailored to our client’s needs, and it may be the case that you are able to work for some of our clients while waiting for other training dates to take place. Please feel free to ask your interviewer any questions about your training and experience.

WHAT IF I CAN'T ATTEND THE PLANNED INTERVIEW?

Key Care & Support prides itself on providing reliable staff to work with vulnerable people needing care and therefore we are strict about our procedures with regard to reliability at interviewing. We fully appreciate that things may prevent you from attending the interview but ask that you give at least 2 day’s notice if you cannot attend. Any applicants who simply do not turn-up at the interview without letting us know will not have their application pursued. Thank you for your support in ensuring we maintain a high quality, reliable service.

WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING TO INTERVIEW?

There are a number of MASTER/ORIGINAL COPIES of documents which we require you to bring to your interview:

Which Documents will Clinical Support Workers/Care Staff Need to Bring?

  • Photographic Proof of identificationFor example Passport and driving licence.
  • Two documents showing your current addressFor example, Utility bills/Council Tax Invoices etc). The dates of the documents need to be within the last 3 months so we can see this is your current address.
  • Proof of National Insurance RegistrationFor example, National Insurance Card, an Inland Revenue document or recent payslip
  • X2 passport-sized photographsOne for your ID badge and one for your file
  • Any certificates of training and developmentFor example those obtained while working in a care setting. If you have undertaken any Mandatory Training, including Practical Moving and Handling, please bring these certificates if possible
  • Online DBS CertificateIf you have an online DBS certificate, please bring this with you. If you do not have an online DBS, Key Care & Support will apply for one on your behalf
  • Your bank detailsAccount number, sort code and address will be required for your payroll
  • ReferencesWe often find that collecting References is the most time consuming element in the application process and you will be asked at interview, to verify that the references you provide are correct, including that they include a Manager at your current/most recent employer and that you have provided full contact details including professional email addresses. It is worthwhile letting the referees know beforehand that we will be in touch with them as a reference – this often helps to ensure they return them quickly.
  • A refundable £60 Commitment fee is required for all Care staff*See below to find out why we ask for this
*£60 refundable commitment - (please click here to read more)

Which Documents will Registered Nurses need to Bring?

In addition to the above, Registered Nurses will need to bring:
  • Statement of Entry with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
  • Nursing Certificates
  • NMC PIN Registration Card
  • Relevant Advanced Training Services
  • Proof of current Professional Indemnity Insurance

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