What Happens After You Get Accepted for a Contract Role

The technology and pharmaceutical industries are highly regulated, and as a supplier of contract staff to them we are required to carry out certain checks on their behalf. These checks are a normal part of the process when applying for contract roles, therefore it would be beneficial to familiarise yourself with what to expect.

In this short video, Recruitment Consultant Natasha Young explains what happens after you have successfully been offered and accepted a contract position with CK Technical.



When you accept a contract role through CK Technical, we will need to confirm your ID and right to work in the UK. It is our legal obligation as an employer and as an agency to make sure that you are who you say you are.

You will be asked to travel to one of our offices: either Stevenage in the South, Chesterfield in the Midlands or Durham in the North East. When you visit us, you will need to bring with you photographic ID and proof of your right to work. In most cases, this will be the same document, such as a British or European passport or European ID card. If you require a visa to work in the UK, you will need to bring your passport as well as your biometric residence permit which shows that you are allowed to work and live in the UK.

If you do not have photographic ID, there are other options of proof. You should speak to your consultant as early in the contract recruitment process as possible so that they can advise you on these options. Meet the CK Technical team here.

If you’d like more information on the application process, you can contact Natasha here.


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