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If your application is approved you will be required to attend an informal interview. Once accepted onto a GV team you will be required to submit a deposit of €250 to secure your position on the team. You will have a 2 week time-frame to do this and failure to pay the deposit will render your application invalid.
Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*)
To complete the application form successfully you must have:
By indicating this destination I confirm that I am able to travel during the listed dates, and if accepted I commit to being an active member of this team, attending at least three team meetings before the trip and participating fully in team life during the trip.
(if different from Home Address)
*NB Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after you have returned home from the trip.
Examples: Vegetarian, Gluten Free, etc.
Disclosure of your medical details does not necessarily prevent you from participating in a GV team. Any hospital or medical practitioner not having access to your medical history will need the following information. These details will be confidential and only your team leader and appropriate Habitat for Humanity Ireland staff will have access to them. Please note that work assignment may be strenuous, and you may wish to consult your doctor about joining a team.
All successful applicants will be required to obtain written confirmation from their doctor that they are fully fit to participate in this work trip.
Examples: food, medicine, bee strings, etc
Please also list any other medical history which may be pertinent.
If Blood Group is not known it can be given at a later date!
Please provide the names of two individuals who can provide a character reference (at least one should know you in a professional context).
Habitat for Humanity Ireland will hold the content of this application on file but will not release the information to any third party (Details will be shared with the team leaders).
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