Recruitment and selection within health

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1 Understand the recruitment and selection processes in health and social care or children and young people’s settings

1.1 Explain the impact on selection and recruitment processes, in own setting, of: legislative requirements regulatory requirements professional codes agreed ways of working

The charity I work for is committed to involving people who use the care and support services in recruitment. The level of active participation and involvement will be determined by the individuals themselves with support from their current support staff and manager. The right person for the job will be recruited, ensuring they best fit the necessary skills, knowledge, expertise and qualifications as set out in the person specification and
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Annual reports are produced from the data collected to review any trends from the recruitment process. Monitoring information is not be used for any other purpose.

1.2 Explain circumstances when it is necessary to seek specialist expertise in relation to recruitment and selection

providing policies, paperwork and guidance on the Recruitment process; authorising recruiting salary range and VRF forms (Lead HR BP/ Director of People); guidance and support to managers in drafting adverts and Job Description/Person Specification; placing adverts (liaising with advertising agency & uploading to the Loop and website); responding to queries on the application and recruitment process from managers and candidates; drafting correspondence to candidates to confirm interview arrangements, confirming the outcome of interviews (regrets & offer letter), contract of employment; requesting references administering pre-employment checks as appropriate (references, health assessment, disclosure check, right to work in the UK) Recording equal opportunities monitoring information.

1.3 Analyse how serious case reviews and inquiries have contributed to the establishment of policies and procedures within recruitment which safeguard vulnerable adults, children and young people.

The death of a child or adult from abuse or neglect is of huge public and professional importance. In recognition of this, in England, every such
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