Recruitment Process Update
Anonymising candidate names has become an established practice in other sectors and is widely regarded as a key element of fair recruitment practices.
From 23 April 2014, the UCL online recruitment system ROME will automatically anonymise application forms for all administrative, technical and manual positions. Applicants will only be identified by their candidate number and they will also no longer be able to attach CVs or other attachments to their application.
These changes do not apply to academic, research or teaching positions. Once short-listing has taken place and ROME is used to invite an applicant to interview, the anonymisation function will automatically switch off and at this point the candidates name will become visible.
Please visit http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs/job2.php for the quick reference guide to anonymisation.
For further information on the changes to the recruitment process, please contact Helen Brown, email@example.com