Join our team Vacancies Application process If you are interested in working at Prior's Court and would like to apply for a job, the below steps will help you to plan and understand our recruitment process: Once you have completed an application form for the role that you are interested in you will receive an automatic email acknowledgement. We will contact you by email within 3 working days. If you are shortlisted you will be invited by telephone/email to interview. For overseas candidates we are able to hold skype interviews. As we are regulated by Ofsted and CQC any verbal offers will be subject to receipt of a completed employment history form and we will not be able to proceed without this. You will be required to bring certain documents to your interview, we will need to see proof of relevant qualifications and original documents for right to work in the United Kingdom along with documents required to complete a Disclosure and Barring application. We will notify you of all the documents that you will need to provide prior to your interview. Following your interview we will contact you within 3 working days, to confirm the outcome. Should you be successful and accept our offer of employment, we will start all pre-employment checks. During this process you will be kept informed of the progress. Once all clearances have been received and are satisfactory, we will agree a mutually convenient start date with you. We are members of the Disability Confident scheme, which means we are committed to supporting individuals with disabilities find suitable employment. We guarantee to offer an interview to disabled applicants who meet the minimum application criteria. We hope that this provides you with an overview of the application process. However, at any stage during the application process you can contact the recruitment team via email at [email protected] or phone on 0161 237 8081 if you have any questions. We are happy to provide you with feedback throughout your application journey and will always notify you of the outcome of each stage.