Head of Communication and Stakeholder Engagement
Purpose of Post
As a member of the Senior Management Team, the Head of Communication and Stakeholder Engagement is responsible for initiating, directing and implementing a comprehensive range of activities that ultimately strengthens the work of Wilton Park. Driving strategic engagement with Wilton Park’s external stakeholder communities, through the development and delivery of a comprehensive communications strategy, will be central to this role.
If you are interested in applying for this post, please send your completed application form and equal opportunities questionnaire to email@example.com by close of play Sunday 16 December. Interviews are likely to be held w/c 7 January 2019. Please indicate your availability.
Should you wish to have an informal discussion about the post, please contact Jo Lawrance on +44 (0) 1903 817755.
Part-time Kitchen Assistants
We are looking for part time kitchen assistants aged 16 or over. Duties include washing up, loading the dishwasher and cleaning etc.
Typical hours are Monday – Friday 0900 – 1700. Other shifts are available including evenings and weekends with immediate start. Own transport is essential.
If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01903 817756.
We are an equal opportunities employer. Due to the location of Wiston House, posts here are not accessible by public transport.
Wiston House promotes and encourages equality and diversity.
CVs in isolation will not be accepted.
We do not acknowledge receipt of individual applications and it is not our policy to pay expenses for interviews.
Security check and fraud database
Posts require Security Check security clearance as a condition of employment. If you are successful at interview, you will be asked to complete a security questionnaire. Employment references will also be obtained. Before a formal offer of appointment can be made this will include checking applicant details against the Cabinet Office Internal Fraud Database (IFD) – see section below.
Cabinet Office Internal Fraud Database (IFD) check
From January 2018, Wilton Park started providing the Cabinet Office with information about employees who have been dismissed for fraud or dishonesty offences. This information is the individual’s name, date of birth, national insurance number and a general description of the relevant misconduct. This also applies to employees who resign or otherwise leave but who, because of an adverse decision by the investigation panel, or decision maker, would have been dismissed for fraud or dishonesty had they continued in employment.
The Cabinet Office input this information onto a database – the Internal Fraud Database (IFD) – and retain it for a period of five years from the date of dismissal (or the date employment ended). It shares with Wilton Park the name, date of birth and national insurance numbers of the staff included on the IFD. Where an applicant is successful in interview, Wilton Park will, as part of its pre-employment screening, check applicant details against the information received from the Cabinet Office. Any applicant who is included in the IFD will be refused employment.