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DSN Current Job Opportunities

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DSN is partnering with Vercida to ensure we recruit the best people by being as accessible and as inclusive as possible. Visit the Vercida website.

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Working with Us

DSN is the service provider organisation for D/deaf people in the county of Cheshire and the surrounding areas. All of us at Deafness Support Network share a vision to provide a range of services that are fair and personalised, and that help to give D/deaf people equal access to opportunities and services. Our staff work hard to understand and meet the needs of the people and families we work with, helping them make the most of the opportunities available to them.

One of the most important partnerships is the one between us and our employees

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Why Work for DSN

DSN commit to offering ongoing personal development we do this through the completion of the Care Certificate and assurance to The Social Care Commitment.

We work to develop a professional and motivated workforce with the correct balance of skills, knowledge and experience we do this by reviewing our approach to staff development by ensuring all staff have a current personal development plan that supports and improves their job satisfaction, motivation and career progression. We guarantee effective staff development and communication are a high  priority at all levels across the organisation.

We offer:

  • Holiday pay & Bank Holidays
  • Company Sick Pay
  • Contributory Pension Scheme*
  • Training and Development opportunities
  • Childcare Voucher Scheme
  • Cycle to Work Scheme*
  • Gym Membership*

And lots more!

(*subject to qualifying criteria)

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How do I apply for a current vacancy?

When viewing an advert for a vacancy you desire to apply for, click on the ‘’Application Form’’ link and you will be presented with an online Application Form. You can download an application form here, or you can email stating the vacancy you are applying for, alternatively, you can call our FOH team on 0333 220 5050, provide us with your details and we can post one out to you.

I haven’t had any feedback on my application. When can I expect to hear about my application?

If you have been shortlisted you will be contacted by our Management Support Officer, please allow up to two weeks after the closing date for shortlisting.

I am unable to attend the interview times provided, is there an alternative?

This depends on the type of role you have applied for, if you cannot attend please contact our team on the email address provided, in your invite to interview email.

What will the interview involve?

This varies depending on the role you have applied for, we have a competency based approach which may require a combination of assessments and panel interview.

Do I need to bring anything to the interview?

Yes, you will need to bring the documents stated on your interview invitation email, these documents will show us your right to work in the UK. If you have any questions please call our HR department on 0333 220 5050 or email

When will you take up references?

References are only requested once you have verbally accepted an offer of employment. We require two references as stated on our application form, one of which must be your most recent employer. If you do not have a recent employer then we can accept character references.

Do I need to complete a DBS check?

Yes, all members of staff and volunteers undergo a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service). Previously submitted DBS’s are not transferable and a new DBS will be completed prior to your start date.

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