Employee Privacy Statement
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies in the UK from 25 May 2018
The new Act gives individuals more rights and control over how their personal data is handled by Community Safety Glasgow (CSG).
Data protection rules require CSG to provide people we hold information about with a privacy statement which tells them who we are and what we will do with their data.
CSG have published an employee privacy statement on how we use your personal information which sets out the standards you can expect from Community Safety Glasgow during the recruitment process. (click here).
Are you looking to join us?
Without an effective workforce, Community Safety Glasgow would not be able to fulfill its obligations to service users or respond effectively to the local community. The recruitment and selection process is important, as the right person for the job will have a positive impact on the Company’s performance.
We are a dynamic organisation with diverse services which require many different skills and attributes.
Community Safety Glasgow use ‘myjobscotland’ for all recruitment advertising, application processing and recruitment administration. If you are interested in applying for a vacancy with the Company, our current vacancies can be found HERE.
To assist you in applying for a vacancy, we would encourage you to read the following key documents: (click on the link to access the document)
Recruitment and Selection Charter which sets out the standards you can expect from Community Safety Glasgow during the recruitment process.
Recruitment and Selection Policy which outlines the processes we use to effectively recruit staff.
Guidance on Employment Vetting which provides details of the various vetting arrangements in place and what these checks involve (the job advert will include the level of checks involved, if relevant)
Policy Statement on Recruitment and Employment of Ex-Service Users which aims to safeguard the interests of both Community Safety Glasgow and current, past and future service users in relation to paid employment and volunteering opportunities.
Policy Statement on Recruitment and Employment of Ex-Offenders which details our responsibilities towards employing people who have criminal convictions.
Guidance on Eligibility to Work in the UK which provides details of the Company’s obligations under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.
Community Safety Glasgow are committed to achieving high standards of quality in our recruitment, ensuring that our procedures remove any barriers to equality of opportunity at all stages of the recruitment and selection process.