Application Form (Salaried Post)

Thank you for considering becoming an employee at Beverley Minster.

The information you supply will be held on the Minster Database. It is confidential and covered by the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018. We welcome applications from people of all abilities, backgrounds and communities.

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  • Post title:
  • Starting with your most recent employment, and accounting for any periods during which you have not been employed, please use this format: From (date) to (date) Employer (name) Post (title) Reason for leaving (...)
  • In chronological order from age 16 please use this format: From (date) to (date) school/college (name) followed by subject(s) and grade/level (...)
  • Give dates, training provider and qualification(s).
  • Give details of membership of any relevant professional bodies.
  • Please provide two independent referees who would be willing to supply a character reference:
  • Do you have any convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings, whether in the UK or another country? These should exclude those defined as ‘protected’ by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 as amended in 2013.
  • Are you included in any list of people barred from working with children by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)?
  • Have you lived outside of the UK for more than three months in the past five years? If so, you may be asked to provide a copy of a Certificate of Good Conduct from the country you resided in.
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  • If you have selected ‘yes’ to any of the above, please give details in a separate file called ‘Private & Confidential’ for the attention of the Vicar at: minster@beverleyminster.org.uk and indicate below that you have done this.
  • If you wish to provide a PERSONAL STATEMENT, please send a separate file to minster@beverleyminster.org.uk and indicate below that you have done this.
  • Beverley Minster has a legal obligation to ensure that all prospective employees have the right to work in the UK before they commence employment. In order to determine whether you have the right to work or will require permission from UK Visas and Immigration, please bring to your interview an original document or combination of documents which demonstrate your right to work. Alternatively, if you do not currently have the right to work, please bring your passport or national identity card instead. Please be assured that your application will proceed based solely on your suitability for the post. Any subsequent offer of employment would be conditional on you providing evidence that you have gained permission to work in the UK. Do you require permission to work in the UK?
  • Are you related to any current Beverley Minster employee or member of the Parochial Church Council?
  • Your permission below gives Beverley Minster the right, under the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018, to process information that you have given, including data of a sensitive nature, for processes relating to your application that have been notified to the Offices of the Information Commissioner. Any processing of the data will be in accordance with the Church’s Data Protection Policy and the processing principles set out in the Act. Application forms of those who are unsuccessful will be destroyed after six months. Do you give your permission?
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