The status of unsuccessful interviewed applicants should be amended on e-recruitment to Regret after Shortlisting.
The interview panel should:
The successful candidate should be the one who best meets the essential and desirable criteria of the person specification. If none of the candidates meets your requirements, it is better to cut your losses and start again than make an appointment.
When you have decided on a candidate, you may contact the successful candidate to inform them that you will be recommending their appointment to Human Resources, who have the sole authority to offer appointments. Make sure that he or she is aware that the offer is subject to:
The status of the successful applicant should be amended on e-recruitment to Offer.
The online Request to Appoint should then be completed and submitted. The shortlisting matrix, interview questions, notes taken by all panel members, references, validated evidence of eligibility to work in the UK, copies of qualifications and any other relevant information as identified on the form must be uploaded to e-recruitment.
Where you wish to appoint an internal candidate you should speak to their line manager to negotiate a mutually agreeable start date.
Where you wish to employ a migrant worker the checklist for sponsorship form should be completed and forwarded to your HR Team at the time when the Request to Appoint is submitted or as soon as possible thereafter.
Request to Appoint (Teaching Staff) (Word, 24KB)
The following Request to Appoint Forms must only be used for information gathering purposes for upload to e-recruitment
Request to Appoint (Word, 28KB)
Request to Appoint (Operational/Maintenance) (Word, 28KB)
If a Research Passport is required please refer to http://www.ncl.ac.uk/hr/about/researchers/research-passport.php
Remember to prepare a comprehensive induction plan for your new member of staff.