Pros- Flexible working and remote working is helpful
Cons- Progression can feel slow
SCIE is committed to ensuring we have a workforce that is truly representative of all sections of society by being welcoming, supportive, and inclusive of all people with unique characteristics. Each employee should be treated fairly and feel valued and respected. This commitment is informed by a
I applied online. I interviewed at Social Care Institute for Excellence (Belfast, Northern Ireland) in Oct 2020
InterviewThe process was very swift. Two weeks after the closing date for applications I was interviewed and I started in Post just over two weeks later. The interview was carried out remotely. There were three people on the interview panel all of whom made a real effort to help me feel relaxed. The questions were varied, some more challenging than others but all had the feel of giving me an opportunity to talk of my strengths rather than trying to catch me out. I had the opportunity to ask questions at the end and this was a great opportunity to find out more about the post. I found the interview to be a very positive experience.
One question I was asked was why I wanted to work at SCIE. I was also asked how I would manage working on several projects at once.Answer Question
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...It's a small workforce, which means you get a lot of opportunity to work across different areas and learn on the job....
February 25, 2021