I'm sure it's fine if you take your previous address and take 6months worth of statements. What about 'Cheque book and bank card accompanied by 3 statements and proof of signature' or 'Credit card accompanied by 3 statements and proof of signature'.
I don't get bank statements in the post, i get them through my online banking and they don't have an address on them. I'm sure I can go into the bank and get them though.
Does anybody know if the current recruitment campaign (for existing Civil Servants) is following the same process as the one being discussed here? I've done the online test recently, and (on the basis I pass that) am just wondering whether it'll be exactly the same process?
What was the pay you were told?
I too had my interview yesterday and like Slowcoach said, it wasn't really a presentation but a 'what would you do in different scenarios.' It was fairly relaxed, so for those of you that haven't attended- it isn't anything to worry about.
I did not ask about the salary, so do not have any info on this. Did they tell you when you are likely to hear?
I had mine as well, a 15 minute role play, it wasn't a presentation at all lol. Just three scenarios, and you had to say what you would do in a given situation, it was pretty easy. They even gave me some hints during the role play, its like they wanted me to say the right stuff. They only asked me two competencies, and that was pretty straightforward. As for the salary, on the Home Office and Civil Service website I was told £23-27,000, so I don't know who advertised it as £35,000.
23-25k is not much considering you will be living in London (if you don't already live there). Plus shift work sucks A$$.
Still hope I get it, but I would much rather get the Met police grad scheme.
Can I ask what you have all applied for? I recently applied for the caseworker graduate scheme (deadline tomorrow); is that what you have all gone for as well?
I decided not to go further with the met police grad scheme, i don't think it's a job i would enjoy doing. Best of luck though!
I assume it would be roughly 25k + 3k london living allowance + shift work, which together comes to around 30k. I applied to the immigration officer role at heathrow, but i have also applied for the caseworker role.
It's fine to apply to more than one at a time, I applied (and filled) both as separate applications.