Recruitment documents ❭ Job application document templates
The application is usually the first step of the process, and its goal is to make sure that the applicant meets the basic requirements of the job. Examples of such requirements include meeting required levels of education and work experience to perform the job effectively.
It is vitally important to acknowledge an application, to give a good impression to the candidate, and comfort that they are being managed in a professional manner.
Application acknowledgement letter template
Use this application acknowledgement template to inform job candidates you received their application for one of your open roles.
Application acknowledgement (no graduate opportunities) letter template
This document is used where the Company wishes to acknowledge the cover letter and CV of a graduate candidate, but there are no jobs at this time.
Application acknowledgement (no suitable vacancies) letter template
This document is used where the Company wishes to acknowledge the cover letter and CV of a candidate, but there are no suitable roles at this time.
Application acknowledgement (recruitment on hold) letter template
For use when you wish to acknowledge the application of a candidate, but inform them that the job is delayed.
Application acknowledgement (unable to contact) letter template
This document is used where the Company wishes to acknowledge the cover letter and CV of a candidate in response to a vacancy, and have been unable to contact the candidate by phone.
Employment application form template
This application form incorporates the following sections: Applicant details (including name and address, Visa, Rehabilitation of Offenders, Car etc.), Education and Qualifications, Employment History, Reasons For Application, Hobbies and Interests, References
View my Recruitment template packThe 6 Job application document templates listed above can also be purchased as part of my Recruitment template pack.
Health and Safety documents
It is the duty of care of every employer to maintain the health and safety of each employee
Probation periods give you the opportunity to assess new recruits on the job
Employee Communication documents
Communicating with your employees is central to managing your workforce
Induction is an essential part of on boarding your new recruits and familiarising them with your organisation