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Interview and Selection Process

Once the closing date or the cap on applications for a job has been reached, the job will close.  After the post has closed we are unable to accept any further applications.

  • Shortlisting Process – The recruiting manager for the post will complete the short listing using the criteria from the job description and person specification and draw up a list of candidates they wish to invite for interview.

  • Successful Candidates – If you are shortlisted for a post you will be contacted via NHS jobs and invited to book in for an interview. The invitation will include details about the interview and all identification that you are required to bring with you on the day. Please ensure you read this carefully.

  • Unsuccessful candidates – If you are not shortlisted for interview, we will inform you by email through NHS jobs.

  • The Interview – It is important that you take time to prepare for the interview and ensure you do your research. Read the Interview tips guidance. The interview will normally consist of a panel interview of 2 or more panel members and often there may be a test or presentation. Testing and presentation details will be included with your invite to interview.

  • Outcome of interview – At interview the manager should tell you when you will informed of the interview outcome. The manager will telephone all candidates to let you know if you have been successful or unsuccessful. If you are unsuccessful you will also receive an email via NHS jobs. If you are successful, you will receive a conditional offer pack that will be posted to the address on your application form.

Contact Us

Centralised Recruitment Team 

Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust
3, Priestley Wharf
Holt Street
Birmingham Science Park
B7 4BN

Tel: 0121 466 7430

Email: Click here to email us
8:30 am - 5:00 pm 
Monday to Friday