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Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council manages your personal data in accordance with Data Protection legislation. For more information and access to privacy notices outlining how the Council handles your personal data, please go to the Data Protection section of the council's website or alternatively contact the Council's contact centre 01495 311556 / info@blaenau-gwent.gov.uk

Within each section of the application there are mandatory (marked with a *) and non-mandatory fields. Your application cannot be submitted until all mandatory fields have been completed. If you wish to exit the application form and revisit it at another time, or simply prefer to save as you go along, you can use the 'Save & Return' button that is available to you from the 2nd page on. This generates a unique passcode which is sent to your email (as entered below on this page) so you can access your application and complete it later - or you can return to your application immediately.

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Eligibility for Employment

The Asylum and Immigration Act 1996 makes it a criminal offence for Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council to employ those who do not have permission to live or work in the United Kingdom. On appointment applicants will be required to provide documentary evidence of their right to work in the United Kingdom.

To comply with the Welsh Language Standards could you please complete the following question to ensure, if appointed, we communicate with you appropriately.

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The Council operates under the "Positive About Disabled People" symbol and welcomes applications from people with disabilities. This scheme guarantess an interview to people with disabilities if they meet the essential requirements for the post.

The Equality Act 2010 defines a disabled person as anyone with a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on the individual's ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. That effect must be:

- substantial (that is, more than minor or trivial), and