Details on how the recruitment process works here at Essex.
Information regarding the recruitment process timelines.
Information for staff, departments and People and Culture on visa processes.
Find out more about apprenticeships for staff at Essex.
The aim of these guidelines is to protect individuals against accusations of bias, preferential or unfair treatment where such a relationship exists has existed or may develop.
Find information about fixed-term contracts and the reasons behind choosing that type of contract.
Find out about the things you should consider before advertising a vacancy.
A business case is needed to justify why replacement/additional resources are necessary in order to either maintain or improve service delivery for the University as a whole.
Guides and resources to assist with the recruitment process.
We value our staff and recognise the institutional benefits of seeking to ensure continued employment within the organisation.
Find out what you need to do before you can recruit a new member of staff.
Permission to recruit needs to be obtained by the recruiting manager prior to raising a new job.
Academic recruitment templates for ASER, ASE and ASR posts.
Recruiting managers need to complete a job pack for all new posts.
Guidance on the interview selection panel for different roles.
Find out what you need to do to get your job vacancy advertised.
We’re committed to hiring more people who are disabled to help us transform our culture, customer relations and performance.
Guidance for managers when interviewing applicants.
Everything you need to know about the interview invitations, scheduling and logistics.
We actively promote equality of opportunity and welcome applications from a wide range of candidates, including those with criminal records.
Information about what kind of right to work documentation is required for interviewing.
Find information about how to shortlist candidates for different departments.
Information about giving applicant feedback including advice on the disability confident scheme.
Information about the offer of employment and right to work.
To ensure a positive induction experience the process is prepared and managed by the reporting manager of the new employee.
Information about requesting references from applicants and who looks after this.
This guidance sets out a range of steps and requirements which must be followed in order to ensure that equity and consistency are achieved.