Our Process

How can I apply if I can't upload my CV?

You can email us a copy of your CV to jobs@resourcebank.co.uk and include the job title of the vacancy you are applying for. If you are still having problems, please call the HR team on 01952 281900.

I have applied for a job, have you received my application/CV?

If you applied through this careers site, you should have received an email straight away confirming that we have received your application. If you applied via a job site or other website such as Indeed, this email takes a little longer to come through. If you have any doubts, feel free to give HR a call on 01952 281900 and we can check for you.

What are the full time hours at ResourceBank?

We are not clock watchers at ResourceBank, if work needs doing it gets done, we have a flexible approach to work life balance and expect our colleagues to manage this sensibly, if you are looking for a typical 9 to 5 role please go to www.anothercompany.co.uk.

What will my first day look like?

You will be given a full induction of your first week at the business. We plan for all new starters and will provide you with the level of training and support you need to be great at your job. We promise that you will, very quickly, feel like you have worked with us for years.

I have pre-booked holiday, will ResourceBank honour this?

Yes we will if you inform us of them and the dates at interview stage.

What evidence do I need to show to prove that I have the right to work in the UK?

We have a legal obligation to ensure that you have a legal right to work in the UK. All offers of employment are subject to proof of eligibility to work in the UK. We recommend that you present us with your passport, or your full birth certificate (this must include full names of your father and mother) and also a document that shows your National Insurance Number, such as a P45 or P60. Alternatively you can provide us with documents outlined in sections A & B on the following Right to Work Checklist. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/378926/employers_right_to_work_checklist_november_2014.pdf

Documents presented must be original.

What is an unspent/spent criminal conviction?

The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 gives people with spent convictions the legal right not to disclose them when applying for a job.

If you’re unsure whether a previous conviction is spent / unspent, you can go to www.disclosurecalculator.org.uk