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    (Original post by Jamz115)
    No mine said '' Officer Tax Professional/Operational Delivery '' Whats the difference
    I'd hate to speculate so I'm in the same boat as you, though my provisional offer specifically stated "Tax Professional".

    FAQs do separate the roles though:

    This vacancy is for a caseworker role within either operational delivery or tax professional. Please see vacancy details for full job description.

    33. Will I be required to complete any training if I am successful?Moving to a Tax Professional role may require you to take and pass Tax Professional Learning Products (TPLPs). The training should be completed within a maximum of 2 years, subject to any adjustment required on the grounds of alternative working patterns, ill health or disability. Failure to successfully complete the learning products will result in your appointment to the role being brought to an end.
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    (Original post by MurphysLaw2471)
    I'd hate to speculate so I'm in the same boat as you, though my provisional offer specifically stated "Tax Professional".

    FAQs do separate the roles though:

    This vacancy is for a caseworker role within either operational delivery or tax professional. Please see vacancy details for full job description.

    33. Will I be required to complete any training if I am successful?Moving to a Tax Professional role may require you to take and pass Tax Professional Learning Products (TPLPs). The training should be completed within a maximum of 2 years, subject to any adjustment required on the grounds of alternative working patterns, ill health or disability. Failure to successfully complete the learning products will result in your appointment to the role being brought to an end.
    I noticed that myself but from people working there currently they always said there's much of a muchness with all the roles, not much between them in complexity so ... hard to know what to think!
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    My provisional offer says:
    Tax Professional Caseworker. Looks to be slightly different roles then?
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    (Original post by Cass1988)
    My provisional offer says:
    Tax Professional Caseworker. Looks to be slightly different roles then?
    Mine says:
    Further to your recent job application with HMRC in respect of a Tax Professional Caseworker role I am pleased to be able to offer you an opportunity to join HM Revenue and Customs as a Tax Professional / Operational Delivery Caseworker at Officer Grade in Belfast
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    (Original post by PapaSmurf46)
    Mine says:
    Further to your recent job application with HMRC in respect of a Tax Professional Caseworker role I am pleased to be able to offer you an opportunity to join HM Revenue and Customs as a Tax Professional / Operational Delivery Caseworker at Officer Grade in Belfast
    Mine says exactly the same Papa smurf. I made this discovery some weeks ago but those currently working for HMRC claim there really isn't an awful lot of difference so ...
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    Anyone heard any more news?
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    (Original post by Jamz115)
    Anyone heard any more news?
    Nothing since submitting my DBS and Health Declaration on 11th September.
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    Funny how they are worded differently. Thought it was all the same!

    Hopefully hear back quickly from them for the health questionnaire. Surely not much they'd have to do on that side.
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    (Original post by Cass1988)
    Funny how they are worded differently. Thought it was all the same!

    Hopefully hear back quickly from them for the health questionnaire. Surely not much they'd have to do on that side.
    Anyone from TSP will be offered a Tax Professional role as they specifically applied for that.

    Anyone from large campaigns will be Operational Delivery or Tax Professional as that's what you applied for.
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    Wonder if there is any pay difference lol
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    (Original post by kezxo)
    Anyone from TSP will be offered a Tax Professional role as they specifically applied for that.

    Anyone from large campaigns will be Operational Delivery or Tax Professional as that's what you applied for.
    Kez can you shed any light on what the difference is between Tax professional and operational delivery roles?
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    Email received this morning to fill in the access NI form. We are getting closer!
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    (Original post by Cass1988)
    Email received this morning to fill in the access NI form. We are getting closer!
    Cass,

    Had you already received the DBS and medical health cert by email? And if so, when did you send them back?

    Thanks
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    (Original post by PapaSmurf46)
    Cass,

    Had you already received the DBS and medical health cert by email? And if so, when did you send them back?

    Thanks
    Hey,

    I got the DBS and health questionnaire on Saturday and did these Monday.
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    (Original post by Cass1988)
    Hey,

    I got the DBS and health questionnaire on Saturday and did these Monday.
    So is there another stage after the health declaration and 'next stage' on the portal? Hard to keep track!


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    (Original post by Cass1988)
    Hey,

    I got the DBS and health questionnaire on Saturday and did these Monday.
    I got my DBS and health cert on the 11th September and sent them back the same day.

    No further emails about a further check.
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    (Original post by GNH)
    So is there another stage after the health declaration and 'next stage' on the portal? Hard to keep track!


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    Yeh looks to be the Access NI certificate. Costs us £26 each so must be the final part. Couldn't see them making us pay that to not get it soon. Only takes a day as well.
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    (Original post by Cass1988)
    Yeh looks to be the Access NI certificate. Costs us £26 each so must be the final part. Couldn't see them making us pay that to not get it soon. Only takes a day as well.
    Really? I assumed they would be paying. And is it definitely access ni rather than dbs? All forms I filled in were for dbs


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    (Original post by GNH)
    Really? I assumed they would be paying. And is it definitely access ni rather than dbs? All forms I filled in were for dbs


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    I filled in the health one and the one on the next step link in the application centre. They sent me the link that takes you to access NI today and they ask you to do the standard check. I haven't been on it yet but the site there says the cost is £26. Now it might be that when you put in the pin HMRC give you it may be waived then but I'm preparing for paying.
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    (Original post by Cass1988)
    I filled in the health one and the one on the next step link in the application centre. They sent me the link that takes you to access NI today and they ask you to do the standard check. I haven't been on it yet but the site there says the cost is £26. Now it might be that when you put in the pin HMRC give you it may be waived then but I'm preparing for paying.
    Ah ok, interesting. Even more so that it's access ni rather than dbs as they have different policies of what they supply with their checks as far as I know.

    What campaign did you apply to and what role have you been offered?

    Thanks


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