How do I apply for a job at Action on Hearing Loss?
If you're interested in a job listed on our vacancies page, you can follow these steps:
- check the job description to make sure it's right for you
- fill in the online application (email the Recruitment team at email@example.com for an accessible or print version)
- upload your CV and supporting statement
What qualifications do I need to work at Action on Hearing Loss?
The job description will specify what qualifications you need. For some roles you should be willing to study for specific qualifications, for example in British Sign Language or Health and Social Care.
When will I hear about my application?
When you submit your application, you'll receive an automated response confirming that it's been received. If you submit your application prior to the closing date it will be passed to the recruiting manager for shortlisting. Unfortunately, we can't always respond to each applicant individually.
If you're selected for interview we'll contact you by email to make arrangements.
If you're not selected, you'll receive notification that you've been unsuccessful on this occasion and your details will be kept on file.
How will you contact me?
We'll normally email you to arrange interviews so please give details of an email address you check regularly and keep an eye on your spam in case our emails happen to go there. If we need to make contact with you more urgently, we'll try the telephone number you provide.
What documentation do I need to bring to interview with me?
Details of the documents you need to bring will be specified in the invitation to your interview. All candidates will be required to bring evidence of their right to work in the UK. For some roles, where a criminal records disclosure check is required, you'll need to bring additional documents with you.
What is Action on Hearing Loss’ policy on disability?
We are a 'Disability Confident' employer. Through our commitment to the government's Disability Confident campaign, we're working hard to remove barriers, increase understanding and ensure that disabled people have equal opportunities to fulfil their potential.
We aim to make sure our recruitment process is fair and accessible to everyone. If you have a disability and need any adjustments made during the recruitment process please state this on your application form or contact the Recruitment team.
I missed the deadline, can I still submit an application?
Our vacancies close at midnight on the closing date specified in the advert unless otherwise stated. We may be able to accept your application if the deadline has recently passed; please contact the Recruitment team
How can I volunteer for Action on Hearing Loss?
Find out more about volunteering at Action on Hearing Loss.
For more information
If you would like more information about any of the jobs advertised on our website, or to find out more about working for Action on Hearing Loss, please contact our Recruitment Team.