Work for Ecology
The Ecology team is ambitious, dynamic and driven by our vision to build a greener future. If you share our values and want to make a contribution to our work, then a career with us might be the right choice for you.
Any current vacancies will be shown below; we are sorry, at the moment there are no vacancies. If you wish to submit your CV for consideration for any future vacancies, please send it to [email protected] This will be retained for a period of up to 12 months.
If you are interested in applying you will be asked to submit your CV to let us know about your previous experience. We'll send you an acknowledgement to let you know that we've received your application.
We'll review your application against the skills and experience we are looking for in our successful candidate and let you know if your application is going to be progressed. If successful, we'll be in touch to arrange the next stage.
For most vacancies, you'll be invited to an initial interview which may be held over the telephone. During this interview you will be able to learn more about the role for which you have applied as well as giving the interviewer a chance to get to know more about you, your experience and what you are looking for in your next role.
If successful at this stage, you'll be invited to attend a face to face interview with the recruiting manager, which will normally be held at our eco-build offices in Silsden, West Yorkshire. You'll be asked to complete and application form and return it to us before your interview. There may also be some aptitude tests to complete relevant to the role you have applied for.
We'll usually let you know the outcome of your interview within a week of the last interview taking place. Your interviewer will give you an indication of when this will be. If you are successful, we will discuss the next steps with you and start preparing for you to join us. If you aren’t successful, we’ll let you know and we’ll provide feedback so you’ll know why.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
As an equal opportunities employer, we’re committed to creating an environment where there is mutual respect and equality of opportunity for all colleagues.
The Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (see http://www.ico.gov.uk/ for more information) gives individuals certain rights and defines the rules for processing personal information. It also states that those who record and process personal information, such as the Society, must be open and honest in how the information is used.
The principal purpose of collecting personal data from you is to enable you to apply for employment with the Society. When you submit your application, we ask for your contact details, CV and other selected information so that we can deal with your application.
If your application is not successful, we will keep your personal data for a minimum of 6 months from the date of the application, after then it will be destroyed.