Working at Hanover is about creating places where older people want to live and developing innovative services that meet their needs.
If you're interested in applying for a job at hanover, please complete our online application form. The link will take you to our rEcruit platform, from where you can apply and monitor the status of your applications. You will need to register as a user. Our guidance notes will help you with your application.
Hanover is actively committed to equality and diversity and information on these policies and procedures, including recruitment of ex-offenders and pre-employment checks is available in the following documents:
Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB). Further information can also be accessed on their website.
When you apply for a job at Hanover, you supply personal information to us on the online application form. We will use this information to assess your suitability for employment with us and, if your application is successful, to maintain your employment record. We may take up references and check the information you give us. You can find more information about our approach to privacy here:
When we’re recruiting we look to find people with the skills, expertise and enthusiasm to help us provide the highest possible level of service to residents. Here’s what will happen after you submit your application form to us:
Your application form will be examined by a shortlisting panel, who will score your application against defined criteria relating to the job description and person specification. We invite the candidates who achieve the highest scores in the shortlisting process to attend an interview. Unfortunately we are not able to write to external candidates who have not been selected for interview. You can check the status of your application and whether you have been shortlisted or not via the online application form.
If we invite you for interview, it will be structured around criteria relating to the position you’ve applied for. We’ll also ask additional questions to verify details that you’ve supplied to us in your application. We may ask you to complete psychometric or other tests as part of the selection process. We write to all candidates who have attended an interview to inform them of the outcome.
If we make you an offer of employment, it will be subject to:
We’ll need to see satisfactory written references covering either the last two or five years depending on the role for which you are applying. If you have been with the same employer for the past five years, then we’ll also seek a reference from your previous employer.
You’ll need to pass standard asylum and immigration checks, in accordance with current legislation.
For some job roles, we’ll need a satisfactory Disclosure Barring Service disclosure, in accordance with current legislation.
For some job roles, we may need you to complete a health questionnaire which our occupational health advisors will use to establish whether you can carry out particular functions which are essential to the job role. This includes things like lone working, night working and working at heights. The information you provide will be treated in confidence. In these instances the offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory health clearance.
As a general rule we do not employ relatives of residents in any job that directly serves the estate where their relative lives. This is to make sure that we deliver a fair and impartial service to all residents and to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information about our business and residents. Residents are not eligible for employment.
If you have any questions about our recruitment process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.