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Wiltshire Council Chippenham, South West England, England

Wiltshire Council Chippenham, South West England, England Reviews

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    "ASYE Social Worker"

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    Current Employee - Social Worker in Chippenham, South West England, England
    Current Employee - Social Worker in Chippenham, South West England, England
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    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Great support, great team, great training opportunities and friendly environment to work in. I feel really lucky to have secured employment within Wiltshire Council.

    Cons

    Parking: Beware I have acquired two parking tickets make yourself familiar with authorised spaces !

    Advice to Management

    On completion of the ASYE a wage increase should be implemented to refrain people from jumping ship just for better wages.

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Wiltshire Council Chippenham, South West England, England Salaries

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    Environmental Policy Role Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chippenham, South West England, England
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Wiltshire Council (Chippenham, South West England, England) in September 2016.

    Interview

    Panel of two people. I was asked a series of behavioral based questions, for example "describe a situation in the workplace where you have worked on a project you are proud of", these questions were based on the Wiltshire Behavioural Framework which was sent in advance of the interview.
    The second half of the interview involved competency-based questions based on my understanding and knowledge of the role, for example "explain your understanding of the relevant legislation and policy involved with this role".
    At the interview I was told I would hear a decision the following week, they were very prompt to let me know their hiring decision which I really appreciated. They were also very helpful and communicative, providing me with useful feedback on my interview performance.

    Interview Questions

    • Describe a situation in the workplace where you have worked on a project you are proud of
      Explain your understanding of the relevant legislation and policy involved with this role   Answer Question
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