Ealing Law Centre is fully committed to compliance with the requirements of all relevant Data Protection legislation (including the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679)).
Any personal data submitted to the Law Centre for the purpose of this job application will be confidentially and securely stored in accordance with our data retention policy for 6 months after this position is closed [unless you have been appointed for the role]. It will be held by the Law Centre as Data Controller and will only be used for the purposes of considering and where appropriate, responding to your interest in this position (and any associated purposes). It will not be disclosed to any third parties and will be securely deleted 6 months after this position is closed [unless you have been appointed for the role]. You have a right to be told what data we hold about you (though you are likely to have provided us with that data) and to have it corrected if it is wrong. You may have other rights under the data protection legislation and you can find out more about these rights from the Information Commissioner’s Office at www.ico.org.uk
If you want any more information about how we use and share your personal data you can read our Privacy Notice on our website at ealinglawcentre.org.uk/privacy-notice/
. We are also happy to provide you with a paper copy of our Privacy Notice.
Applicants are invited to apply at the earliest opportunity. Ealing Law Centre will close this call for applications if we receive a large number of applications or a suitable candidate applies.
Please set out below your relevant experience and how you meet each requirement of the person specification. You should deal with each of the person specification requirements in turn
Working at the Library you are likely to come into contact with Library users; these will include children and vulnerable adults. As part of our safeguarding responsibilities we need to ask some personal questions about your background.
The amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975 (2013 & 2020) provide that certain spent convictions and cautions are 'protected' and are not subject to disclosure to employers , and cannot be taken into account.Guidance and criteria on the filtering of these cautions and convictions can be found on the Ministry of Justice website.
If you have any unspent criminal convictions please list all offences with dates.
Please give details of two people who will be able to provide references relating to your suitability for the post, one of whom should be your present or most recent employer. Referees will not be contacted unless we are considering offering you the job. No appointment will be confirmed until satisfactory references have been received.