We have a number of exciting opportunities across our organisation to join our graduate programme.

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Graduate opportunities 2021-22

We are excited to be offering opportunities across the organisation for recent graduates, and current undergraduates looking to start positions in 2021 or 2022, who have the skills, attitude and motivation to join us at this very challenging and exciting time. We believe that we need graduate talent to help us meet our challenges head-on and we are passionate about bringing in new talent to help our organisation develop and progress. We have previously delivered successful graduate programmes and are pleased to be developing this offer further for our 2021-22 cohort.

We are seeking candidates who have the ability to be:

  • innovative
  • creative
  • challenging
  • resilient
  • persuasive
  • inspirational

Most importantly, we are seeking individuals with the ambition and drive to help us continue to provide excellent services to the people of our community.

Working at North Yorkshire County Council

 

About our graduate development programme

These roles will form part of our graduate development programme which offers you the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills in roles supporting the operational delivery of frontline services. These positions will be fast-paced and will require individuals who can demonstrate resilience and an ability to develop creative solutions to help shape services of the future.

This is a two year programme and will integrate training within the operational job role. It will include a variety of training and development opportunities which will be undertaken in a group setting with other graduates who join the 2021-22 cohort. We are committed to helping you secure a position with North Yorkshire County Council at the end of your programme and you will be able to apply for internal and external vacancies which arise. The learning and development you gain through the programme will strengthen your ability to secure further employment.

As part of the development programme, you will complete the following in-house training:

  • corporate induction
  • aspiring managers programme
  • senior managers’ seminars (led by the Chief Executive)
  • managers webinars programme
  • access to online material, including Ashridge Management College
  • graduate network membership, including ‘lunchtime learning’
  • mentor support
  • management skills training if you acquire staff to manage during your programme or to support permanent placement following the graduate programme

We also expect that graduates will learn about the political landscape of the authority, gaining an understanding of how working with elected members helps shape our services and community focus.

In addition to your line manager, we will provide a structured mentoring support scheme with a senior manager, either in the authority or a partner organisation, to all of the participants on the programme. Continuous careers advice and guidance will be built into the programme to support you in identifying areas you would like to develop and how your career aspirations can be achieved within the council.

You will also benefit from attending senior manager seminars which provide further learning and networking opportunities, with the chance to discuss topics and situations with senior managers who participate.

As we are recruiting to a number of graduate positions, you will benefit from having the support of fellow graduate trainees who you can network with, share experiences and participate as part of a group in wider corporate training and development. We have found from previous graduate programmes that this can be extremely beneficial and often strong working relations are forged from this.

We are committed to helping you secure a position with us at the end of programme and you will be able to apply for internal and external vacancies which arise.

In addition to ongoing support and training throughout the graduate programme, we also offer a competitive pay scheme that allows your salary to progress on a regular basis. All of the graduate roles follow the same pay model which is as follows:

  • first six months at £20,043
  • second six months at £20,852
  • final 12 months at £23,023

Pay progression is subject to satisfactory performance in the role.

Hear what our graduates have to say…

We are very lucky to have truly excellent graduates work with our organisation, many who have progressed to lead and / or management roles. We strive to offer our graduates ongoing support in order to help them achieve their maximum potential. We asked some of our current graduates about their experience on our graduate programme and here is what they had to say:

Thomas Bell, Graduate Trainee - Business TransformationThe North Yorkshire County Council graduate programme is fantastic, I simply cannot fault it! I had good support from not only my manager, team, other departments and mentor but also the talent management adviser and other graduates. I was never short of contacts; everyone is willing to help with any questions or queries you may have. The graduate development programme included aspiring managers and middle managers workshops, which were excellently presented and gave me a great insight into the next steps for my career. I also valued being part of the graduate network with topical talks from senior leaders in the Council.

Although social lives have been hindered due to COVID-19, us graduates on the scheme definitely made the most of what we had available. Ranging from having in person walks and picnics to having online quizzes, ‘guess who’ and many other mini games through Microsoft Teams. Hopefully the new graduates will be able to experience more in person activities in the future.

In my graduate role, I had the opportunity to work on many different projects, including rolling out a new remote desktop to all employees and gathered business requirements through a change advisory group report and presented these findings. I also completed a Data Protection Impact Assessment, conducted structured end user surveys and was tasked with creating the SharePoint intranet site which I was trusted enough to own. Through this I learnt how to use Power Automate to construct cloud flows, and created many Microsoft Forms. As a graduate, you are seen as an equal team member and your opinions, decisions and output of work is respected.

The progression after the graduate scheme is endless, whether you are a Council graduate or employed by North Yorkshire County Council and seconded to Ryedale District Council, there is definitely equal opportunity. The graduate scheme is a two-year scheme; however, I was on the scheme for nine months before securing a new role at North Yorkshire County Council as a Business Change Analyst, proving how valuable and respected the graduate programme is. This role will also provide further opportunities to study on the job, as I will be completing an Improvement Practitioner Apprenticeship, which incorporates Lean Sigma Six Green Belt certification. This is an 18-month programme equivalent to level 4, which is highly valued and aligned to my role.

My role as Graduate HR / Organisational Development Officer exposed me to a range of unique challenges, helping to develop my critical thinking and interpersonal skills. I drew from abilities gained from both my working life and university to help contribute towards the organisational goals of North Yorkshire County Council, as well as learning new ways of working from inspiring leaders and hardworking teams. As a graduate I was expected to positively contribute by achieving set objectives, take responsibility for my learning, and respond to the challenging learning environment.

The North Yorkshire County Council graduate programme helped me progress to my current role of HR Advisor. I continue to draw on the training I undertook and connections I made during my time on the programme to help me solve problems and consider different viewpoints. I also still work closely with other graduate programme alumni.

I think this is a truly exciting time to work for a local authority, with the contribution from young people needed more so than ever before to push innovation and commerciality. The graduate programme was a fantastic opportunity and one I would invite graduates of all backgrounds to experience.

The North Yorkshire County Council graduate scheme has been a great opportunity and I am very grateful to have been a part of it. When completing my geography degree I was keen to find a job that I would enjoy. The graduate Public Rights of Way Field Officer role I have just completed ticked all the boxes; it was in an area I am interested in, I could use the skills gained at university and there was a clear structure of progression and training for the duration of the two-year scheme. 

I have really enjoyed the variety of tasks the role brings. My work involved different challenges, each with their own complexities; I have gone from building bridges one day to implementing and developing processes for dealing with customer service requests the next. The support given to me by my manager, mentor and colleagues has been invaluable and really helped me to develop my knowledge and expertise. The wider training and opportunities afforded as part of the scheme has been a great way to network and gain a broader understanding of the council.

Thanks to the skills and experience I have gained as part of the graduate scheme I have now been successful in securing a permanent position in North Yorkshire County Council, as a Public Rights of Way Officer. I would definitely recommend the graduate scheme to others.

The Council’s graduate programme is professional and well established with a high retention rate across cohorts. Corporate on boarding is supported through welcome briefings for line managers and their trainees, outlining the expectations and standards of the scheme, along with how to access to the graduate development offer, mentor support and the graduate network to connect with peers and learn more about the council as a whole.  

Graduate roles have included the following areas / specialisms:

Technology and Change, Communications, Personalisation, Practice and Safeguarding, Archivist, Customer Service, Public Rights of Way, Participation, Resourcing, Pay and Reward, Environmental Health, Waste and Environmental, Systems Development, Housing, Commercial, Digital Forensic Technician, Virtual School Officer, Inclusion and Diversity, Project Management Office, Employability, along with Housing, Technology and Sustainability.

Experiences of Graduates currently on our graduate programme: 

Francesca Floris, Graduate Trainee - Inclusion and Diversity Officer

"The Graduate Inclusion and Diversity Officer role is a newly created role, so being the first graduate to be explicitly working on developing this agenda; it did feel a little bit daunting at first. However, having worked in the role for almost 5 months, it has been remarkable to see the speed of change, and it has been really fulfilling to feel part of this journey. I have been given the freedom and support to work towards making real and lasting change and improvement to diversity and inclusion at North Yorkshire County Council. This role has tested me, and through doing so has allowed me to really develop my abilities and think critically and creatively. I have the honour and pleasure of working with colleagues from across the council, whether they be senior leaders, or those working on the front line providing essential services to the public. I am always learning within my role and am far from an expert, but I have always felt that I am treated with respect and that my contributions are valued and taken seriously.

As a young person, I feel it is essential that we are given opportunities to develop our skills and expertise in supportive but also challenging environments. From my experience, this is what North Yorkshire County Council offers. The council is truly a vibrant and exciting place to work (even when working from home). Graduates, from all backgrounds, are essential to pushing the council forward, and from my perspective, our experiences, creative outlook, the ideas and solutions we bring to existing problems, are going to be central to creating a prosperous future for our council and the region as a whole".

Rachel Parks, Graduate Trainee - Waste and Recycling (seconded to Ryedale District Council)

"The North Yorkshire County Council graduate programme has given me the opportunity to work with the Waste and Environment team at Ryedale District Council. I have gained valuable knowledge and experience from working on a number of projects to maintain an efficient waste collection service as well as increase recycling rates.

I have really enjoyed working with my team who are passionate about protecting the environment and throughout my time have felt well supported. Despite working throughout a pandemic, I have been encouraged to develop my skills through online webinars and training opportunities such as the Aspiring Managers course, which is provided by the council.

This graduate scheme has been an amazing opportunity and has undoubtedly set me on my future career path in the Waste and Environment sector".

Jessica Highfield - Graduate Trainee - Communications

"The graduate scheme at North Yorkshire County Council is a fantastic opportunity to get your foot in the door and work with all types of people. My role as Graduate Trainee in the communications team has enabled me to develop my skills even further from university. There has been a clear path of development and the more I have exceled the more I am seen as a trustworthy and reliable member of the team. 

I have had amazing opportunities; working on the UCI world road cycling championships -out and about catching the action, running my ‘Made in North Yorkshire’ social media campaign, working alongside the press and all types of senior management are to name a few. You are exposed to so many great learning opportunities. I have gained so much knowledge on the way in which the council is structured and its values. 

The experience I have gained thus far is incredible. For me the workload has been so varied, working across the different teams, which sit in the wider communications team - one day I could be answering telephones to the press and the next I could be out interviewing members of the public. You learn from so many creative and different people. The support and advice from my manager has been invaluable and with this being my first proper job I feel so welcomed into such a lovely team. The council is a great place to work and I would recommend the graduate scheme to anyone, if you are thinking about applying then do it. The job has so many benefits and it’s very rewarding". 

Emma Pemberton, Project Manager Level 1 (Technology & Change)

"I joined the North Yorkshire County Council graduate scheme in August 2018 as a Graduate Trainee - Projects and Change Officer in Technology and Change.  The graduate programme was designed to help me explore three potential career pathways in the first year, gaining experience in each field, and I was able to use the second year of the programme to gain experience specifically relating to my chosen pathway.  It was great to have a number of options available and to be able to experience them in practice to inform my decision, rather than relying on a paper job description!

During my time on the graduate scheme I was given many opportunities to develop my skills through a fantastic array of training programmes, both relating to my role such as PRINCE2 and project management training, and training for future aspirations such as management and leadership courses.  I also found the peer support and mentoring I had access to invaluable and very useful for planning my medium and long term goals.

I would encourage anyone leaving university to consider a graduate role at North Yorkshire County Council.  The diversity of the organisation and roles on offer is second to none, and the support to find your perfect fit role, and to acquire the skills you need to be successful in applying for that role, is excellent.  It’s also really important to me to feel that my role is helping to make a difference in the world, and this is something which I feel working for the Council helps me to achieve".

Other fantastic feedback from our Graduate's who secured a role with us.

"I really enjoyed the role and learnt a lot in the short time on the graduate scheme before securing a permanent role.  There is a very positive work culture and supportive environment at North Yorkshire County Council, along with a good development offer to graduates on the scheme alongside their graduate role". 

"Really positive, good opportunity to go into a company at graduate level and gain support whilst learning on the job. Good role to get your foot in the door to a job in the Public Sector / Local Authority to help secure a role longer term. I enjoyed the variety of different placements providing new skills and experience. Highly recommend the councils graduate scheme and working in the public sector, there are also good rewards and benefits package available".

"Very positive experience on the council scheme with positive attitude to the graduates and managers wanting to help and use the new resource.  Great to have a ‘proper job’ and authority to take on the role which helped dealing with customers and good support to enable me to grow in knowledge and confidence to apply and succeed in securing a permanent role".

Our opportunities

We have a number of exciting positions available across the organisation, to find out more about these vacancies and how to apply please click on the individual titles below:

Role summary

Job title: Graduate Trainee - Ryecare
Location: Malton, Ryedale District Council
Grade: E, F, G
Salary: 1-6 months £20,043, rising to £20,852 after 6 months and then £23,023 for the final 12 months of the scheme.
Contract: 2 years fixed term position as part of the NYCC / Ryedale District Council graduate programme
Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week
Directorate: Health and Adult Services (Social Care Provider Services)

Role details

We now have an exciting opportunity for a graduate to join Ryedale District Council as an Graduate Trainee - Ryecare.

Ryecare:

The Ryecare Lifeline Service sits within the Councils Housing Department and has been operational for 35 years. It provides 24/7 reassurance by way of an emergency pendant button getting help as and when needed for the Ryedale, Selby and Richmondshire's most vulnerable residents allowing them to continue to live at home independently for as long as they are able.

Ryecare also operate an out of hours emergency service for other neighbouring authorities, local businesses and housing providers

The graduate position within the Housing Department in Ryecare is an exciting one, the post holder will learn about the whole service, from referral of lifelines and telecare to installation and call handling. They will also learn about the other services Ryecare provides out of hours and the procedures followed for each event. A broad knowledge will be gained after completion of the two year contract.

This is a busy section with a large team of staff and there will be opportunities to work as one of the team with many varied tasks, gaining knowledge, confidence and experience in all areas. Once fully trained to call handle you may occasionally be asked to work outside of office hours if shift cover is needed.

The candidate will shadow experienced staff in the team learning, questioning and offering ideas of how the service could improve or evolve.

Negotiation, communication and listening skills will be developed and also the ability to deal with sometimes difficult and challenging telephone conversations

Over the next few years Ryecare will embrace many changes - this includes changes to business processes to increase our local customer base in line with the Ryecare Business and Marketing Plan and a total upgrade of the call handling platform embracing new technology. The graduate role will support the Ryecare Manager and staff to fulfil the targets set.

The role offers the successful candidate the opportunity to:

  • Run reports, analyse data and record figures to fulfil performance indicator requests
  • Assist with keeping all records held up to date
  • Streamline procedures as and when required
  • Keep a record of staffs training and be pro-active in prompting them to refresh when required
  • Support the Ryecare Manager with Risk Assessments
  • Develop confidence, communication, listening and negotiation skills
  • Assist with administrative duties
  • Shadow experienced members of the Ryecare Team gaining knowledge in all areas of the service
  • Data cleansing in line with GDPR
  • Build relationships with existing customers and prospective customers
  • Learn about fee setting/budgets and income
  • Gain experience of working in a busy call centre
  • Acquire excellent decision making skills
  • Learn from a dedicated team of experienced Ryecare staff
  • Develop an understanding of the wide range of telecare available and its application
  • Work closely with other teams, gaining knowledge, sharing ideas
  • Help streamline and update procedures
  • Help collate statistical reports and analyse results to continue to improve the service

Start your journey to a great career and join us as a graduate.

Key documents

Key dates

  • Closing date: Sunday 22 May 2022
  • Interviews: to be confirmed

Contact us

If this role sounds like it could be for you, and you would like to gain more information, please email Kerry Clements at kerry.clements@ryedale.gov.uk

Apply

Apply - Graduate Trainee - Ryecare

An Enhanced DBS is required for this post.

We are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies.

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity.

References will be obtained prior to interview.

Thank you and we look forward to exploring your interest further.

Role summary

Job title: Graduate Trainee - Social Care Provider Services
Location: County Hall, Northallerton
Grade: E, F, G
Salary: 1-6 months £20,043, rising to £20,852 after 6 months and then £23,023 for the final 12 months of the scheme.
Contract: 2 years fixed term position as part of our graduate programme
Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week
Directorate: Health and Adult Services (Social Care Provider Services)

Role details

We now have an exciting opportunity for a graduate to join our Social Care Provider Services Team as a Graduate Trainee from September 2022.

Where other authorities have outsourced all of their provider services; given the size and scale in North Yorkshire we are committed to directly providing services alongside commissioned services; to ensure that our residents have high quality, outcome focussed support and choice, in particular for those with the most complex needs.

Our Social Care Provider Services Team support the delivery of care in our services across North Yorkshire.  We operate day centres and respite services for people with learning disabilities and Care Homes for older adults as well as supporting many people to continue to live in their own homes. 

Our vision for Social Care Provider Services in North Yorkshire is:

  • To provide ‘good’ quality of care to people that is person centred
  • To support our teams and service to recover and reset following the impacts that the covid-19 pandemic has had on Care providers and the people that use our services.
  • To transform our offer to support national social care reforms

This post will provide support to, and gain valuable experience within our Social Care Provider Services team..

The graduate will gain experience across all areas of Social Care provider Services over the first year, then with the opportunity to specialise in a chosen area in the second year, which will provide opportunity to lead a particular project. This is invaluable experience for a graduate to progress into a career in Social Care, having a mix of experience alongside a chosen specialism.

Under the direction of the Business Development Officer, the post-holder will be involved in the full breadth of the Social Care Provider Services portfolio areas during the first year, which will provide experience in Social Care Provider Operations,  Strategy including Autism, Learning Disability and Infection Prevention control, Health and Safety, Property Management, including strands of work such as service re-design and supporting admissions into services. The post-holder will be involved in a range of support tasks, including:

  • The gathering, analysis and interpretation of data
  • Involvement in projects and programmes
  • Contribution to the development and implementation of Social Care Provider Services strategies, programmes and action plans, which may include leading on the following areas: engaging key stakeholders, attending meetings, developing action plans, coordinating and writing communications, monitoring programmes.  

During the second year, the post-holder will specialise in a preferred area of Social Care provider Services and take the lead on specific project work within this specialism. 

Start your journey to a great career and join us as a graduate.

Key documents

Key dates

  • Closing date: 29 April 2022
  • Interviews: to be confirmed

Contact us

We welcome an informal discussion if you have any questions. Please contact Charlotte King by emailing charlotte.king@northyorks.gov.uk

Apply

Apply - Graduate Trainee - Social Care Provider Services

An Enhanced DBS is required for this post.

We are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies.

We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity.

References will be obtained prior to interview.

Thank you and we look forward to exploring your interest further.

  • Job Title: Graduate Trainee – Public Health
  • Location: County Hall, Northallerton
  • Grade: E, F, G
  • Salary: 1-6 months £20,043, rising to £20,852 after 6 months and then £23,023 for the final 12 months of the scheme.
  • Contract: 2 years fixed term position as part of the NYCC graduate programme
  • Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week

Directorate: Health and Adult Services

Service: Public Health

Responsible to: Vicky Waterson

We now have an exciting opportunity for a graduate to join our Health and Adult Services Team as a Graduate Trainee – Public Health from September 2022

Public Health seeks to support everyone to live happy and healthy lives by protecting individuals and local communities from illness and environmental hazards and promoting good health by encouraging individuals themselves to adopt healthy behaviours.  The Local Authority has a responsibility to:

  • Improve the health and wellbeing of the population of North Yorkshire,
  • Prevent disease and minimise its consequences, and,
  • Prolong valued life and reduce inequalities in health.

This post will provide support to, and gain valuable experience within the Public Health team at NYCC.

The graduate will gain experience across all public health disciplines over the first year, then with the opportunity to specialise in a chosen field in the second year, which will provide opportunity to lead a particular project. This is invaluable experience for a graduate to progress into a career in Public Health, having a mix of experience alongside a chosen specialism.

Under the direction of the Health Improvement Manager, the post-holder will be involved in the full breadth of public health portfolio areas during the first year, which will provide experience in Public Health Strategy, Health Protection, including outbreak management, Health Care, Healthier Lives and Communities, including strands of work such as mental health, substance misuse.  The post-holder will be involved in a range of support tasks, including:

  • The gathering, analysis and interpretation of data
  • Involvement in campaign work, utilising various media channels
  • Contribution to the development and implementation of Public Health strategies, programmes and action plans, which may include leading on the following areas: engaging key stakeholders, attending meetings, developing action plans, coordinating and writing press releases, monitoring programmes.  

During the second year, the post-holder will specialise in their preferred area of Public Health and take the lead on specific project work within this specialism. 

Start your journey to a great career and join us as a graduate.

Key dates:
Closing date: Sunday 20th March 2022
Interviews: TBC

Key documents:

Job Description/Person Specification

If this role sounds like it could be for you, and you would like to gain more information, please email Vicky Waterson on Vicky.Waterson@northyorks.gov.uk

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post.

NYCC are committed to directly recruiting staff and will not accept applications nor services from agency suppliers in respect of our vacancies.

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We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse community and aim to have a workforce reflecting this diversity. We are also committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

  • Job Title: Graduate Trainee – Business Development Assistant – Health and Adult Services
  • Location: County Hall, Northallerton
  • Grade: E, F, G
  • Salary: 1-6 months £20,043, rising to £20,852 after 6 months and then £23,023 for the final 12 months of the scheme.
  • Contract: 2 years fixed term position as part of the NYCC graduate programme
  • Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week

Directorate: Health and Adult Services

Service: Adults Social Care – Provider Services

Responsible to: Angie Austin

We now have an exciting opportunity for a graduate to join our Health and Adult Services Team as a Graduate Trainee – Business Development Assistant

Health and Adult Services operates as a provider of care services across the whole of North Yorkshire.  Operating care homes, supported living, short breaks respite services and Day Centres as well as providing domiciliary care to people in their own homes .  These services must operate within NYCC policies and procedures as well as national legal frameworks laid out in legislation such as The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014, which contains the parameters by which the independent regulator Care Quality Commissions monitors and inspects our services.     

Change in Health & Adult Services Provider Services is rapid, being influenced by both national and local agendas. In light of this, it is necessary to constantly review methods of service delivery within operational practice to ensure we provide the best outcomes for the people of North Yorkshire, whilst managing this within the context of significant financial challenge.

Working within the HAS Care Provider Services team to provide strategic, governance, project and change management for the services that we operate across North Yorkshire the successful applicant will have the opportunity to develop the following:

  • Understanding and application of key policies and procedures
  • Understanding of and skills required to work in political environment
  • Understanding and application of monitoring and analysis skills 
  • Active learning to develop interpersonal skills to work with diverse stakeholders
  • Understanding and application of supporting the delivery of regulated and non - regulated activities
  • Project management skills, leading on specific areas of development
  • Research, report writing and presentation skills
  • Understanding and application of equality and diversity legislation
  • Interaction with wider directorate, opportunity to develop knowledge and understanding of adult social care and public health
  • Cross-directorate working
  • Partnership working, particularly with Health and Social Worker partners
  • Working across North Yorkshire – develop knowledge of the diversity of the county, and the challenges and opportunities of rurality

Start your journey to a great career and join us as a graduate.

Key dates:
Closing date: Sunday 20th March 2022
Interview date: TBC

Key documents:

Job Description / Person Specification
 

If this role sounds like it could be for you, and you would like to gain more information, please email Angie Austin on Angie.Austin@northyorks.gov.uk

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What we expect from you

When you join us as a graduate, you'll be expected to:

  • achieve the objectives set for you and ask for help and clarification where needed
  • develop your knowledge through self-directed study, further research, reading and questions
  • fully participate in all training opportunities through on the job experience, mentoring, coaching, formal training and learning
  • work toward becoming a member / associate of the relevant professional body, where appropriate

You'll also be expected to make the most of the opportunities available within the Council and demonstrate our expected behaviours of:

  • focussing on customers and communities
  • taking responsibility
  • working together
  • acting with integrity
  • building a culture of continuous improvement and innovation
  • leading by example

Application tips

Before completing your application please ensure that you read the job description and person specification carefully - the information within these documents can be used as a guide for you to complete your supporting evidence section within your application. This section is very important and will play a key role in the success of your application so please take you time when completing it. Please note to be successfully shortlisted, Managers will use your supporting evidence and will not consider any CVs uploaded.

If you are having any difficulties completing your application and would like some advice on this please contact Resourcing Solutions via resourcingsolutions@northyorks.gov.uk subject: Graduate

We look forward to hearing from you!