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To comply with new EU laws regarding "cookies", we have updated our Terms and Conditions and provided a detailed description of how cookies work and are used on this website.  By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to those updated Terms and Conditions.
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Terms of use

In registering to use our online recruitment system you undertake to provide accurate and current information about yourself, including your correct name, address and any other requested information and to update that as necessary in any subsequent applications.

If you knowingly make any false statements or withhold any relevant information this may result in disciplinary action up to and including dismissal or the withdrawal of any offer of appointment.

The University cannot be held liable for delays to applications resulting from failures of the system outside its direct control.

Data Protection

The personal data that the University collects about you will be used for the purposes of processing your application and for the compilation of anonymous statistics. If your application is successful it will be used to form the basis of your staff record.

All data will be held securely in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation. It will only be disclosed to third parties if necessary, for example to conduct referencing, or to ascertain accuracy; or if there is a legitimate, statutory right to the information.

A basic record of candidates who do not become staff, is retained on our systems.

Sensitive equal opportunities data is collected for the purpose of monitoring the effectiveness of the University’s Equal Opportunities Policy and to provide anonymised statistical reports. This data is not used in the recruitment decision-making process.

You can click on the following link to view our Privacy Policy

Rehabilitation of Offenders

In lline with the DBS code of practice published under section 122 of the Police Act 1997 advises that it is a requirement that all registered bodies must treat DBS applicants who have a criminal record fairly and not discriminate automatically because of a conviction or other information revealed.

In line with the code, the University of Brighton has a written policy on the recruitment of ex-offenders; which can be viewed by all prospective applicants.                          

As an organisation assessing applicants’ suitability for positions which are included in the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order using criminal record checks processed through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), the University of Brighton complies fully with the code of practice and undertakes to treat all applicants for positions fairly.

Cookies

Cookies are used on this website to allow access to authenticated areas of the website (e.g. applying for a vacancy), for storing individual user preferences, and for gathering analytical visitor data.  For more information please visit the Cookies information page.

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