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Highways career opportunities

We are always on the look out for new talent to join our highways service and NY Highways company based in our area offices in Brompton-on-Swale, Richmond. Scarborough and Whitby, Kirby Misperton, Thirsk, Boroughbridge, Selby and Shipton, as well as our main office at Northallerton. We offer fantastic career development opportunities with a great work life balance that works for you.

"I love knowing I'm making a difference to my community and changing the future of North Yorkshire".

With over 9,000 km in length, North Yorkshire has one of the longest road networks of any highways authority in the country. Our highways infrastructure is therefore paramount to our success.

Our ambition is to ensure that North Yorkshire is a place with a strong economy and a commitment to sustainable growth that enables our residents and visitors to fulfil their ambitions and aspirations.

We want North Yorkshire to be a thriving county which adapts to a changing world and remains a special place for everyone to live, work and visit.

Critical to achieving our ambition is delivering the right transport infrastructure and that’s where you come in.

Women in engineering

Did you know we have 111 female highways workers at the council, responsible for helping maintain one of England’s longest road networks? This is above the UK average for women working in engineering.

"I don't consider myself a 'female' engineer, just an engineer."

Jayne Charlton, NY Highways area manager for Richmondshire and Hambleton, says: "With long hours and early morning calls it is very challenging and a huge responsibility but also very satisfying to know that we are keeping the highway network safe.”

Find out more about Jayne and Melissa and what they do within our service...

See the roles we currently employ in our services...

  • highways officer
  • maintenance manager
  • project engineer
  • electrical inspector
  • engineer bridges and design

If you would like to discuss any of our above job roles please contact Trish on 01609 535585.

  • traffic signal engineer
  • network surveyor
  • traffic management and road safety engineers
  • network surveyor
  • signals engineer
  • accident investigation engineer
  • transport and development engineer
  • development management officer
  • flood risk engineer
  • asset management

If you would like to discuss any of our above job roles please contact Trish on 01609 535585.

  • senior quantity surveyor
  • quantity surveyor
  • tripartite programme planner
  • street light contract manager
  • site agents
  • gangers
  • skilled highways operatives
  • winter drivers

If you would like to discuss any of our above job roles please contact Heather Christmas (Senior HR Advisor) on 07967 469331.

If you would like to join our talent pool send your CV to ResourcingSolutions@northyorks.gov.uk in word format, annotating what role(s) and area you are interested in and we’ll get back to you.

If you are a school, college or university and would like to learn more about how to get into engineering email us for more details.

See below for our current vacancies

Role summary

Job title: LGV (HGV) driver for our Winter Maintenance Service
Salary: £15.99 per hour
Hours: you choose - casual, relief, part-time, full time
Location: across North Yorkshire and York, including Whitby, Scarborough, Filey, Selby, Pickering, Northallerton, Thirsk, Ripon, Harrogate and Skipton.

Role details

We are currently looking for LGV (HGV) drivers to join our winter maintenance team based at various depots throughout North Yorkshire, local to you. Winter maintenance is the one of the most important and critical services that NY Highways provide to the communities of North Yorkshire. It is essential that we keep as many routes open as possible throughout the county during the winter period. To achieve this, we provide a 24-hour, 7 day a week service running multiple routes across North Yorkshire.

During the winter, we have a large number of drivers that return every year as they find the work rewarding, and they can fit it in around their other commitments - not all heroes wear capes, in Highways, we wear high vis!

Depending of your availability there are many ways in which you can join our winter maintenance team; you choose what is right for you:

Casual / ad hoc: many of our routes take 1 to 3 hours to treat; therefore, people who are able to work on a very part-time, additional or casual are welcomed. This may be ideal to work alongside other jobs, especially if these take a downturn in winter months or if you are keen to support your local community but cannot work bulk hours regularly.

Part-time guaranteed hours: Other options can be to cover multiple or longer routes, if you can commit to more hours, we can offer you guaranteed minimum hours on a rota basis. This too can be easily worked alongside other work or family commitments.

Regular established work on a part or full time basis: Alternatively looking to secure a longer term, established work, we can offer that too!

The work typically takes place early morning (between 4am and 8am) and evening (6pm to 10pm) but there is some flexibility offered based on weather conditions and service requirements.

Whichever way you prefer to join us you will be keeping our communities and residents safe and connected, quite literally providing them with a vital emergency service. The impact of your support is to keep road users safe, enabling people to attend work, school, vital healthcare appointments and emergencies. In many ways, the North Yorkshire Winter Maintenance LGV / HGV Drivers are the fourth emergency service; and we are vital to the success of the other three emergency services too!

What does being a Winter Maintenance HGV / LGV Driver involve?

In summary you will operate gritting vehicles including the use of snowploughs during adverse conditions including loading, driving and cleaning the vehicles.

What skills and experience do you need?

It is essential that you have a LGV (often referred to as HGV) class C or above driving licence.

It would be helpful although not essential if you also have:

  • winter 6159 certification for driving and operating Gritters - City and Guilds
  • the ability to use small plant equipment, experience of using a loader and bucket attachment, abrasive wheels experience and, as your health and safety is our top priority, experience of manual handling and emergency first aid are useful.

However, we can offer support, development and training to LGV drivers to ensure that you are well equipped and confident to perform the role.

What we can offer you!

Basic hourly rate: We offer a competitive hourly rate of £15.99 per hour.

Plus standby payment: £85.75 for 5-day standby / £120 for 7-day standby per week.

If you are on “Standby” duty you must be available at short notice for call out through the agreed period. Then you are guaranteed a payment whether you are called out or not.

Standby rates differ depending on the rota you can commit to, for instance: £85.75 for 5-day standby / £120 for 7-day standby on top of your hourly rate of pay.

Annual leave accrued for time worked.

Apply

Apply now! It is easy to apply in the following ways:

Apply by sending your CV to ResourcingSolutions@northyorks.gov.uk

Don’t have and CV and not familiar with online applications forms? No problem, simply call us on 07967 469331 and we will take key details from you to register your application.

Want to know more or are unsure?

Call us now for a chat about the opportunities - speak to Heather Christmas on 07967 469331.

The recruitment of this role will be within strict social distancing guidelines as advised by the UK Government.

We respect your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal data.

We will review your data as supplied to us as part of your application to us in relation to an open position within our business.

We will retain your data for a period of 24 months, when you will be notified by us via email to give your consent for continued retention of details or your consent for your data to be removed from our recruitment system.

Role summary

Job title: Hiab Driver / Electrician's Assistant (Street Lighting)
Salary: £24,461 to £25,959
Location: Pennypot Lane, Harrogate, North Yorkshire

Role details

Are you a HIAB driver with experience of working with a street lighting electrician? Or ex-military personnel looking for an exciting new challenge - where you will support a street lighting electrician and become an integral part of the brand new organisation NY Highways? Then read on to understand what we can offer you!

This is an excellent opportunity to join NY Highways on their journey to rapid growth, where you will work hand-in-hand with management, to maximise the efficiency of the depot and performance of the lighting engineers.

Key duties

In this role, you will assist the street lighting electrician, including excavating for both the installation of street lighting columns and cable joint holes. This is physically demanding work and required a degree of fitness. To avoid other underground services this excavation is undertaken by hand using a shovel and hand tools. Other activities will include use of the hi-ab to install columns or assist this work by slinging the loads.

Being an HGV driver would be advantageous but willingness to undertake and pass Class 2 driver training would be required. Additionally you would be included on the winter maintenance rotas which would require working during the night and at weekends on a rota during the winter season only.

You will support the team to deliver the very best service to our community and beyond.

Key responsibilities

  • drive LGV class 2 or train for this licence, passing within three months
  • operate the Hiab attachment on the vehicle or undertake and pass the training within three months
  • excavate for equipment installations such as street lighting columns and connection pits
  • reinstatement of the highway using a variety of different materials and techniques including asphalt, flags and block paving

Knowledge, skills and qualifications

  • current driving licence
  • LGV class 2 (see note above)
  • vehicle mounted crane certificate
  • banksman
  • be able to work within manual handling guidelines
  • experience of use of abrasive wheels
  • safe dig
  • CSCS card if client requirement
  • NRSWA
  • relevant TM12D
  • basic electrical knowledge
  • physically able to excavate pits in the highway using hand tools

Key documents

What we can offer you

We are pleased to offer a competitive salary of £24,461 to £25,959 per year, pension scheme, 24 days holiday plus bank holidays, and flexible working patterns.

We are committed to the continual development and training of our staff and will offer a number of courses relevant to this roles and our products.

Apply

Please get in touch with Keeley Metcalfe (Senior HR Advisor) on 07980 725053 to discuss the position in more detail.

Or to apply, please forward your CV to keeley.metcalfe@northyorks.gov.uk

Closing date: midnight on Monday 1 November 2021

The recruitment of this role will be within strict social distancing guidelines as advised by the UK Government.

We respect your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal data.

We will review your data as supplied to us as part of your application to us in relation to an open position within our business.

We will retain your data for a period of 24 months, when you will be notified by us via email to give your consent for continued retention of details or your consent for your data to be removed from our recruitment system.

Role summary

Job title: Street Lighting Senior Site Agent
Salary: £35,578 to £38,643
Location: North Yorkshire (countywide but based in Leeming Bar)

Role details

After the recent formulation of NY Highways, we are now looking to add to our team of dedicated professionals - a Street Lighting Senior Site Agent based in this division at Leeming Bar. The ideal candidate will come from street lighting background and possess a real passion and enthusiasm to drive the division forward. This is real opportunity to be part of a service that will grow exponentially!

NY Highways are currently contracted to provide street lighting renewal, maintenance and repairs to over 52,000 units within North Yorkshire. The business plan for the next five years focuses on expansion, creating its own Independent Connection Provider (ICP) and offering this service to house builders and developers within the county.

You will also have had excellent exposure to the constantly changing nature of highway maintenance and specifically street lighting and will be looking to add your experience and value to our organisation. This is an excellent opportunity to join a new team on their journey to rapid growth, where you will work hand-in-hand with other like-minded professionals and become an integral part of the brands new organisation NY Highways.

Key duties

  • supervise and promote safe working methods
  • ensure all safety procedures carried out
  • ensure toolbox talks and safety audits are completed in accordance with company procedures
  • ensure site inductions are carried out to all site personnel including sub-contractors and client staff
  • develop health and safety plans (construction phase) where appropriate
  • ensure hazard identification / risk assessments are identified and put in place proper control measures and the appropriate methods for safe practice
  • work with clients to agree programmes and accounts
  • order the efficient use of plant and materials on daily basis
  • carry out site supervision and ensure works completed on time and to specification
  • record site measurements and ensure valuations are generated within the agreed timetable
  • undertake site inspections prior to work starting
  • assess traffic management requirements and comply with all TMA noticing
  • collate cost information and enter onto the financial system on a daily basis
  • assist in the financial control of budgets on individual schemes
  • meet financial targets as set on individual schemes
  • maintain accurate records of site activities in the form of an allocation sheet daily
  • manage daily plant check sheet
  • manage daily vehicle check sheet
  • manage stock levels and ensure materials are available for up coming schemes
  • check weekly plant returns and amend where necessary
  • produce and monitor works programmes
  • attendance at progress meetings and other key contract meetings
  • ensure appraisals of all staff and operatives are carried out within the company prescribed timetable
  • deputise for the contract manager as and when required
  • mentoring of junior staff members
  • actively foster positive staff morale
  • willingly carry out any reasonable task as requested by a member of management
  • ensure daily briefings to all operatives and subcontractors are carried out

Key documents

What we can offer you

We are pleased to offer a competitive salary of £35,578 to £38,643 per year, pension scheme, 24 days holiday plus bank holidays, and flexible working patterns.

We are committed to the continual development and training of our staff and will offer a number of courses relevant to this roles and our products.

Apply

Please get in touch with Keeley Metcalfe (Senior HR Advisor) on 07980 725053 to discuss the position in more detail.

Or to apply, please forward your CV to keeley.metcalfe@northyorks.gov.uk

Closing date: midnight on Monday 1 November 2021

The recruitment of this role will be within strict social distancing guidelines as advised by the UK Government.

We respect your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal data.

We will review your data as supplied to us as part of your application to us in relation to an open position within our business.

We will retain your data for a period of 24 months, when you will be notified by us via email to give your consent for continued retention of details or your consent for your data to be removed from our recruitment system.

Role summary

Job title: Electrician - Street Lighting
Salary: £31,975 to £34,847
Location: Leeming Bar near Bedale, North Yorkshire

Role details

After the recent formulation of NY Highways, we are now looking to add to our team of dedicated professionals an electrician within the street lighting division at Leeming Bar.

The ideal candidate will come from street lighting background and possess a real passion and enthusiasm to drive the division forward into ever expanding markets such as EV charging points. This is real opportunity to be part of a service that will grow exponentially!

NY Highways are currently contracted to provide street lighting renewal, maintenance and repairs to over 52,000 units within North Yorkshire. The business plan for the next five years focuses on expansion, creating its own Independent Connection Provider (ICP) and offering this service to house builders and developers within the county.

You will also have had excellent exposure to the constantly changing nature of highway maintenance and specifically street lighting and will be looking to add your experience and value to our organisation.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a new team on their journey to rapid growth, where you will work hand-in-hand with other like-minded professionals and become an integral part of the brands new organisation NY Highways.

So if you are looking for a new challenge with an exciting and dynamic organisation this could be the opportunity for you!

Key duties

  • maintaining all street lighting apparatus
  • installing all aspects of street furniture, i.e. columns, signpost, and bollards etc.
  • working at a height
  • lone working
  • testing and inspection
  • fault finding on lighting equipment
  • locating and repairing underground cable faults
  • attend out of hours emergency calls (rota basis)
  • Skills and qualifications

Skills and qualifications

Essential

  • be qualified to the current IEE Wiring regulations (BS7671/18th edition)
  • hold City and Guilds 2330 Level 3, and have experience of carrying out testing
  • hold City and Guilds 2391 electrical testing
  • hold a full UK driving licence

Desirable 

  • holder of valid driving licence (class 1 or class 2) would allow involvement with winter maintenance and our Hiab column installation programme
  • computer literate in the Office suite, MS Project, internal software such as Sage and Symology
  • technical competence and operational experience within highways and LED street lighting
  • qualified at HNC level (or equivalent)
  • self-motivated with a proactive approach to problem solving and the ability to multi-task
  • flexible approach to working, with the ability to adapt to change where required
  • G39 trained
  • chapter 8 (12d) trained and certificated
  • IPAF 1b
  • HEA / HERS sector scheme approved

Key documents

What we can offer you

We are pleased to offer a competitive salary of £31,975 to £34,847 per year, pension scheme, 24 days holiday plus bank holidays, and flexible working patterns.

We are committed to the continual development and training of our staff and will offer a number of courses relevant to this roles and our products.

Apply

Please get in touch with Keeley Metcalfe (Senior HR Advisor) on 07980 725053 to discuss the position in more detail.

Or to apply, please forward your CV to keeley.metcalfe@northyorks.gov.uk

Closing date: Sunday 7 November 2021

The recruitment of this role will be within strict social distancing guidelines as advised by the UK Government.

We respect your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal data.

We will review your data as supplied to us as part of your application to us in relation to an open position within our business.

We will retain your data for a period of 24 months, when you will be notified by us via email to give your consent for continued retention of details or your consent for your data to be removed from our recruitment system.

Role summary

Job title: Highways Ganger
Salary: £28,660
Location: various locations in North Yorkshire, including Seamer Carr, Whitby and Kirby Misperton.

Role details

At NY Highways, 'who you are' matters. We want to get to know you. If you share our Values and are proud of a job well done, if you pride yourself on working well with others, and are ambitious to make things better, then please have a read of what we have on offer.

We are currently looking for a number of Gangers, to join our teams based in various locations including Seamer Carr, Whitby, and Kirby Misperton.

As a Ganger, you will supervise a small team of highways maintenance and construction employees, including supply chain partners.

At NY Highways, we are working hard to create a dynamic and inclusive environment and it is important that our people come from a variety of different backgrounds.

Key accountabilities and responsibilities

  • supervision of small teams (two to three people) of highways operatives
  • assist and support the site agents to effectively manage the team to deliver work as required
  • ensure work activities are managed on site in accordance with the clients work specification and programme
  • able to manage others, taking responsibility for the organisation of specific jobs
  • prepared to work varying hours to meet businesses needs
  • willingness to apply skills to a variety of tasks, providing support to others
  • be prepared to develop and undertake relevant training and qualifications
  • be able to complete records sheets, paper or electronic as well as taking responsibility for equipment
  • to understand risk assessments and to assess according to safe systems of work
  • to be able to understand and carry out work as set out in a specification
  • undertaken training on general health and safety awareness, risk assessment awareness and traffic management
  • undertake winter and emergency call out and standby

Skills and qualifications

  • banksman
  • manual handling
  • abrasive wheels
  • emergency first aid
  • safe dig
  • current driving license
  • CSCS card
  • NRSWA supervisor
  • NRSWA signing lighting and guarding
  • relevant TM 12D
  • hold or be interested in obtaining LGV licence

Key documents

What we can offer you

We are pleased to offer a competitive salary of £28,660 per year, pension scheme, 24 days holiday plus bank holidays, and flexible working patterns.

We are committed to the continual development and training of our staff and will offer a number of courses relevant to this roles and our products.

Apply

Please get in touch with Heather Christmas (Senior HR Advisor) on 07967 469331 to discuss the position in more detail.

Or to apply, please forward your CV to heather.christmas@northyorks.gov.uk

Closing date: Monday 18 October 2021

The recruitment of this role will be within strict social distancing guidelines as advised by the UK Government.

We respect your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal data.

We will review your data as supplied to us as part of your application to us in relation to an open position within our business.

We will retain your data for a period of 24 months, when you will be notified by us via email to give your consent for continued retention of details or your consent for your data to be removed from our recruitment system.

Role summary

Job title: Fleet Manager
Salary: £48,500 to £51,565
Location: Northallerton and countywide, North Yorkshire.

Role details

After the recent creation of NY Highways, we are now looking to add a Fleet Manager to our Senior Leadership Team. Coming from a fleet management background, you will have had excellent exposure to the ever-changing nature of transport and vehicle management as well as the drive and determination to bring excellence to our organisation.

Your duties

Reporting to the Managing Director, the Fleet Manager has responsibility for all day-to-day running of the NY Highways fleet. You will prepare and adhere to the fleet budget, while also ensuring that the fleet complies with all DVLA regulations to maintain the operator's licence.

This role is multi-faceted. You will be responsible for the maintenance and management of up to 300 vehicles, including compliance and inspection. You will line manage and develop up to 20 fitters, and be responsible for apprentices. This role will require an element of commerciality, and you will be integral in purchasing new vehicles, researching new specifications, and reviewing the latest vehicle technology. You will also be involved in investigating accidents using dash cam footage.

This is an integral role within the Senior Leadership Team at NY Highways, so if you are looking for a new challenge with an exciting and dynamic organisation this could be the opportunity for you!

Tasks and responsibilities

  • oversee the maintenance of an accurate fleet database and maintenance schedule, including programming of additional mandatory inspections such as MOTs, LOLER and Tank testing
  • manage supply contracts in the area of parts, equipment inspections, waste disposal, recruitment and training. License checking, telematics, external contractors, tyres and fuel supply
  • strategic planning for the disposal and replacement of vehicles
  • preparation, monitoring and reporting to the Managing Director in regards to maintenance budgets and operational vehicle costs
  • manage internal and external audit programs to achieve the highest health and safety standards across all workshops
  • investigation and reporting of incidents and accidents

Qualifications and skills required

  • an engineering background with a City and Guilds or equivalent in Engineering and Motor Vehicle Management
  • a transport managers CPC qualification
  • extensive knowledge of DVSA road transport regulations and compliance requirements
  • competent user of Microsoft Office
  • experience of fleet management software and telematics
  • comprehensive understanding of profit and loss accounts and budgets

Key documents

What we can offer you

We are pleased to offer a competitive salary of £48,500 to £51,656 per year, pension scheme, 24 days holiday plus bank holidays, and flexible working patterns.

We are committed to the continual development and training of our staff and will offer a number of courses relevant to this roles and our products.

Apply

Please get in touch with Heather Christmas (Senior HR Advisor) on 07967 469331 to discuss the position in more detail.

Or to apply, please forward your CV to heather.christmas@northyorks.gov.uk

Closing date: Monday 11 October 2021

The recruitment of this role will be within strict social distancing guidelines as advised by the UK Government.

We respect your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal data.

We will review your data as supplied to us as part of your application to us in relation to an open position within our business.

We will retain your data for a period of 24 months, when you will be notified by us via email to give your consent for continued retention of details or your consent for your data to be removed from our recruitment system.

Role summary

Job title: Senior Commercial Officer
Salary: £48,500 to £51,565
Location: Northallerton, North Yorkshire.

Role details

At NY Highways, 'who you are' matters. We want to get to know you. If you share our values and are proud of a job well done, if you pride yourself on working well with others, and are ambitious to make things better, then please have a read of what we have on offer.

We are currently looking for a Senior Commercial Officer who can effectively and efficiently support projects and who can work effectively with project managers, other project team members, client stakeholders, designers, and other involved parties. The successful candidate will have a proven track record in Civil Engineering and will ideally have previously worked in a highways setting. If you are looking for an exciting challenge were no two days will be the same, then this could be the role for role.

Key tasks and responsibilities

Financial accounts and commercial processes:

  • management of budgets, cost forecasting, management and control processes including the use of contract programmes, risk log, early warning and compensation event registers
  • profitability forecasts, costs, budgets, value comparisons and cash flow
  • work to ensure the continual improvement of processes and procedures to ensure the company can demonstrate value for money
  • ability to check and audit processes and procedures for both company and statutory legal requirements
  • assessment of financial performance through applying the quantity of work completed to arrive at cost and value reconciliation reporting
  • involvement in and understanding of the production of project trading accounts, reports illustrating profit and loss, overhead cost recovery and financial outturn forecasts for management purposes and their impact on company objectives
  • understand the basics of company accounts, including turnover, profit and loss, work in progress and cash flow
  • apply the contractual and statutory requirements for the applications for payment including contractor and employer, project manager assessments, certificates and payment for both interim and final accounts
  • preparation, presentation, negotiation and agreement of interim and final accounts, including re-measurement in accordance with a standard method of measurement
  • preparation and evaluation of compensation event claims, other claims based upon contractual entitlement and insurance claims

Contract management and supply chain management:

  • contribute to the supply chain procurement and management
  • administration of contracts and subcontracts, including payment mechanisms, change procedures, and resolution of contentious issues, dispute resolution, final accounts agreement and management
  • identification, recording, notification and negotiation of change in accordance with the contract
  • possess good knowledge of standard forms of contract such as NEC, JCT
  • risk management
  • able to provide advice on contractual matters and formulating contractual correspondence
  • use of programmes for monitoring and managing the works
  • use of programmes for analysis and demonstration of delay and disruption and entitlement to extensions of time
  • use of programmes to support budget and risk management on a project
  • develop contract and sub-contract performance indicators and effectively manage contractors and sub-contractors in the development of a continuous improvement culture that considers value for money, quality, health and safety and the customer

Cost control:

  • analyse and compare internal costs and output, contract and subcontract tenders to ensure the most cost effective method of delivery is deployed
  • the effective utilisation of labour, plant, equipment, materials and sub-contractors
  • preparation, maintenance and audit of suitable contemporary records of work progress
  • evaluation of recorded work through applying relevant financial assessment methods
  • understand the causes of delay and their critical and non-critical effects on project completion and entitlement to extensions of time
  • understand the effects of disruption on resources and progress
  • understand the various uses of bills of quantities, schedules of rates, and activity schedules and their preparation in accordance with standard methods of measurement
  • a good understand of the risks associated with all of the NEC pricing Options A-E
  • able to create schedule of rates for the use of contractors and sub-contractors that ensure where possible 'back to back' contracts are utilised wherever possible

Person specification

  • qualification to HND standard or equivalent in quantity surveying, civil engineering, construction management, financial management (or other equivalent related discipline)
  • working towards or prepared to work towards professional membership of an appropriate organisation (for example, RICS / CIOB / ICES)
  • holds an appropriate Construction Skills Certification Scheme card or prepared to obtain one
  • inspire and motivate others through the use of appropriate leadership style to suit the team and situation
  • have the ability to work well within a team environment
  • are able to create collaborative working relationships and effective partnerships
  • excellent knowledge of standard forms of construction contracts notably NEC
  • experience of finding positive solutions to complex problems
  • strong commitment to health and safety, business improvement, quality and environmental principles

Key documents

What we can offer you

We are pleased to offer a competitive salary of £48,500 to £51,656 per year, pension scheme, 24 days holiday + bank holidays, and flexible working patterns.

We are committed to the continual development and training of our staff and will offer a number of courses relevant to this roles and our products.

Apply

Please get in touch with Heather Christmas (Senior HR Advisor) on 07967 469331 to discuss the position in more detail.

Or to apply - please forward your CV to heather.christmas@northyorks.gov.uk 

Closing date: Monday 4 October

The recruitment of this role will be within strict social distancing guidelines as advised by the UK Government.

We respect your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal data.

We will review your data as supplied to us as part of your application to us in relation to an open position within our business.

We will retain your data for a period of 24 months, when you will be notified by us via email to give your consent for continued retention of details or your consent for your data to be removed from our recruitment system.