There are five elements within the Recruitment and Selection Framework:
Experience – the knowledge or mastery of an activity or subject gained through involvement in or exposure to it.
Ability – the aptitude or potential to perform to the required standard.
Technical – the demonstration of specific professional skills, knowledge or qualifications.
Assembly Skills and Behaviours –the actions and activities that people do which result in effective performance in a job.
Strengths – the things we do regularly, do well and that motivate us.
There are two application routes for the post of Clerical Supervisor – Application Route One requires qualifications and/or work experience and Application Route Two requires a specific degree level qualification but no work experience is required. Applicants may only apply under one route.
The elements which will be assessed for this role under Application Route One will be Experience, Ability, Assembly Skills and Behaviours and Strengths and the selection method(s) that will be used are detailed below.
The elements which will be assessed for this role under Application Route Two – Graduate Entry will be Ability, Assembly Skills and Behaviours and Strengths and the selection method(s) that will be used are detailed below.
Further information on the Recruitment and Selection Framework are included in the Guidance on Recruitment and Selection for Applicants.