Choosing the right role

We’re looking for talented people to help us make a real difference in the communities we serve. We house a diverse range of roles in both operations and business development. So how do you go about finding the right job for you?

  • Search our vacancies to see what roles we’re currently recruiting for.
  • Take a look at our vision. Do you connect with our mission and values?
  • Carefully read the Role Profile. Do you meet the person requirements and understand the responsibilities of the role?
  • Consider what we offer in our pay and benefits package.

Completing your application form

Before you take the time to complete your application form, please note that if you are related to, or have a close personal relationship (e.g. friend or relative) with, a bpha employee, board member or tenant, or are a tenant of bpha yourself, you should first contact HR@bpha.org.uk as this may affect whether you can be shortlisted for the position.

The application form is the first step in the recruitment process – give yourself the best possible chance of success with some thought and preparation:

  • Take time over your application form.  You can always click ‘Save for later’ before you choose ‘Submit Application.’
  • The application form includes a Supporting Statement. Use this to provide examples that demonstrate how you meet the requirements of the role profile.
  • Submit the application form by the closing date.
  • If you are experiencing technical difficulties in registering on the recruitment system or completing your application form, please contact support@networxrecruitment.com.  For all other queries please contact HR@bpha.org.uk

Preparing for your interview

First impressions count and it’s important that the interview panel sees you in the best possible light.

Before the interview:

  • Research bpha – what do we do? Why would you like to work for us?
  • Think of questions to ask the interview panel based on the role profile and your research on the organisation.
  • Allow yourself plenty of time to get to the interview.
  • Ensure you have a name and contact number in case you are delayed.
  • Plan an appropriate outfit; consider what it says about your professionalism.

Managing the interview

  • Engage with your interview panel – make eye contact with all members when answering a question.
  • Be clear and concise in your responses and use examples from previous work experience.
  • Remember to ask questions – it helps to demonstrate that you’ve put serious consideration into the role and working for bpha.
  • Smile!