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In May 2018, the Data Protection Act will be replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). A key change is enhanced accountability for organisations that handle personal data. One of these accountabilities is the requirement of public authorities to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO), including all maintained schools and academies.

Being invited for interview means one thing, the interviewer thinks you are suitable for the job and the interview is your opportunity to prove this over the other candidates.

In this blog, we outline the stages of interview and key things to remember.

With 56 academies, REAch2 is England’s largest primary only academy chain. In this case study, HR Officer Sandhya Aurokium explains how ESP supports her to recruit education experts for their central office in Burton upon Trent.

“Not only is the process better value, it is so much easier and more effective than recruiting ourselves. We’ve employed very high quality candidates that we couldn’t have found. Nick [from ESP] spends time to really understand the kind of people we are looking for and works closely with the candidates to ensure we are a good fit for each other. Once in post, he visits them to ensure everyone is happy. Nick is responsive and professional, offering a complete service.” Liz Elam, Principal

“ESP completely removes the burden of recruiting support staff. Their reach ensures we attract the right people, saving us so much time in filtering out the wrong people. The candidates they forward to us are always excellent and we generally interview them all. Once in post, ESP is always on hand to offer additional support, long after the appointment.” Prad Samtani, IT Director UCS

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