Getting You Out To Work
If you are keen to work on either a temporary or permanent basis you will need to meet one of our consultants.
STEP 1: Book an appointment to visit our Norwich or Thetford Office
We will need to meet you in person, to find out more about the work you are looking for, your previous work experience and to confirm your availability.
STEP 2: Bring with you an up to date CV plus three key items of paperwork
1. Proof of Eligibilty to work - this can be
a. your Passport
b. your European Economic Community Identity card (EEC ID)*
c. your Full birth certificate AND proof of your National Insurance Number (NIN) - this can be your National Insurance card, a payslip or an official letter from HMRC or Jobseekers thats hows your NIN.
2. Proof of Home Address eg utility bill it needs to be:
a. letter dated within the last three months
b. from a reputable body
c. showing your name and address. We cannot accept a driving licence as a proof of address.
3. A Written Reference / Character Reference
a. from a past employer stating their name, contact details and the dates they've known you ;
b, or if you have been on Job Seekers Allowance during the past 5 years, request this from your local Job Centre
c. certain clients also require an additional character reference. If so, you may be asked for the names and contact details of two people (you are not related to) that you have known for more than two years.
DRIVING SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
In addition to the items above you will need ...
a. Driving Licence - both the card and the counterpart
b. Any other licences held eg HIAB, ADR etc
c. Your "Digi card" or Digital Tachograph - if held
d. Five years work history
e. Two character references as detailed above
STEP 3: Keep In Touch
We will do our best to get you out to work as possible, but do keep in touch with your consutlant on a regular basis, to ensure that we know when you are available to work.
* From 1 January 2014, Romanian and Bulgarian nationals have the same access to the labour market as any other European Economic Area (EEA) national (apart from those from Croatia who require worker authorisation).