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Our application process

Our application process

Applying online

You can create a profile by clicking here - simply complete the registration form and upload your CV. You can review and amend your application at any time before you submit it.

All personal questions (such as age, gender) will not be shared with the recruiting manager and is considered sensitive information that we hold for monitoring purposes only, and ensures that we meet our commitment as an equal opportunities employer. Nottingham City Homes is committed to achieving a working environment which provides equality of opportunity and freedom from unlawful discrimination. We have made the commitment that if a disabled person applies for a job and meets the essential criteria stated on the Person Specification, they will be have an interview regardless of the nature of their disability (this does not necessarily guarantee a job offer). For more information, click here.

We screen your application for relevance to the job advertised, so please ensure you make your application relevant to the Person Specification to give yourself the best chance of being shortlisted.

if you need any help applying, please contact the Recruitment Team on 0115 746 9600 or by email and we'll do our upmost to help you.


Telephone Interview

You may be invited to take part in a short telephone interview. We consider these to be a great way to get to know each other and can be used to give you more understanding of the role and any technical skills that are needed.



Please do take the time to learn as much about Nottingham City Homes as you can, there is lots of useful information on our website that will help you familiarise yourself with the Company. We are a diverse group of people from various backgrounds, but have shared values that will be explored further when we meet you.

We like to bring out the best in all we meet and will have an open and transparent conversation to understand you and your skills, behaviours and values and understand how they will meet the needs of the specific job we're interviewing you for and your future career aspirations. It is worth thinking about what makes you ideal for the role so that you have some great examples of how you can demonstrate your skills.

It's important we get any appointment right, but we do understand it's equally important for you to join an employer who can offer you a great working environment, excellent benefits package, work life balance and that is transparent and shares with you a realistic expectation of who we are. So please feel free to come with questions for us to answer too, we're always happy to tell you about all we've achieved and what improvements we are looking to make next.


We do assess in various ways as we feel this helps us get a good understanding of the skills we need - these are specific to the role you are applying for and allows all applicants to showcase their skills. If you are shortlisted for a hands on role, such as a Craft Operative, we will allow you to demonstrate your expertise with a practical test. If the role is business support or Management, we may ask you to do an appropriate academic test. Whatever we do require, please don't worry, all will be explained to you prior to you visiting us and reasonable adjustments are offered to those who require it.



We are committed to welcoming you into Nottingham City Homes and will complete a Corporate Induction session with you during your first week. This will provide you with an overview of our business and an understanding of what all the different teams do. They are a great way to meet other new starters and an insight into social housing.

We actively encourage our employees to develop through our organisation, and your manager will discuss this with you to put you on the path to success.