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Criminal Convictions

As part of its equal opportunities policy, Dorset Mind wishes to ensure it does not discriminate against ex-offenders.  If you have any convictions that are unspent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, please supply details of your conviction(s).

Some posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 as they involve working with vulnerable adults and will require a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.  If you have applied for an exempt post, please supply details via the Criminal Convictions Declaration section of this form.

Participants of Dorset Mind services:
We require that you have not accessed services within 6 months of applying for a volunteering role.



Equal Opportunities:
Our ambition is to advocate towards a more inclusive environment for all at Dorset Mind, which attracts all candidates who wish to join Dorset Mind. This commitment helps us achieve our mission to celebrate and promote diversity.

We support equality and inclusion within our recruitment process and throughout people’s journeys with us to allow applicants to understand our core values. These are underpinned by our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy, Policy and Mission

Dorset Mind strives to be a diverse and inclusive charity where we can ALL be ourselves. We particularly encourage applications from people from Minority Ethnic backgrounds and Underrepresented communities.

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