Social Worker and Advanced Practitioner career opportunities

We have several career opportunities within our Children & Families Directorate to help and support children, young people and their families in North Yorkshire.

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Welcome- thank you for your interest.

We make a real difference to the lives of children and young people in North Yorkshire. 

North Yorkshire is a thriving county which adapts to a changing world and remains a special place to live and work. With this is mind, we are recruiting across the county for several children's social care roles, whatever stage you are at in your social work career. 

The key objectives of the North Yorkshire children and young people's service are set out in ‘Young and Yorkshire 2’, the Children and Young People's Plan. The plan has been written for all children, young people and their families in North Yorkshire by the North Yorkshire Children’s Trust, a partnership that represents all the agencies working with children and young people across the county.

We have a national reputation for excellence and we're looking for social workers from all levels to join us. We would also welcome those who are looking to relocate into the area.

We strive and excel in giving our colleagues commitment, high levels of support, managed caseloads and training in Systemic, Family Finding and Signs of Safety plus so much more!

We look for innovative social workers who will help us realise our ambition of ensuring that all residents of North Yorkshire have access to live happier and safe lives ensuring they have their life chances and choices.

We understand social work is challenging and we are committed to creating a healthy culture where social workers feel that they have a forum to share their views about the organisation and environment in which they work. We strive to achieve the very best practice and to continually learn by taking accountability and developing new ways of working. This has enabled a culture to be developed in which social workers and managers feel confident, safe and supported to manage risk appropriately. 

We want you to work to live not live to work, we want you to have time for the things in life that really matter to you - this is really important to us. Whether you are looking for a full time or part time role we would encourage you to apply. Please feel free to contact us for a discussion about the roles and work with us, before submitting your application form.

It is important for us that our social workers have manageable workloads, supportive and transparent management and the opportunity for continuous professional development.

Partner in Practice

As a Partner in Practice, we are leading the way in social work with children and their families; our work is child-centred and there is a longstanding, clearly embedded model of practice, based on building effective relationships with children, young people and families. 

Hear from some of our colleagues about working in children's social care...

Becoming a social worker - your options

This  leaflet on social work options (pdf / 1 MB) provides guidance on the types of roles available if you are interested in becoming a social worker.

If you are considering relocating to North Yorkshire we provide a  comprehensive relocation benefits package (pdf / 180 KB).

This features up to £8,000 to cover reasonable costs such as:

  • removal expenses
  • storage costs
  • legal and estate agent fees
  • travelling experiences

At the core of our work is the belief that children and young people deserve to receive the outstanding care and support they need to live and reach their full potential. We are the only authority nationally to have received ‘outstanding’ across all provisions  (Ofsted 2018) (pdf / 253 KB) and as a corporate parent we are dedicated to supporting children and young people in remaining close to their home and local community. We are truly a learning organisation that continually seeks to innovate and finely tune the system with an unwavering desire to continually improve, which has a demonstrably positive impact on effecting change for children and families.

As a result, North Yorkshire has a reputation for delivering high quality services. Our Children and Young People’s Service is nationally recognised for excellence. 

Alex Kilvington - Practice Supervisor:

"I recently came back to North Yorkshire after a short break at another local authority, North Yorkshire invests in its staff, they are always driving practice and striving for change. Like all areas of social work it’s not a nine to five job, however I do feel like I have a good work life balance. I have two children and find I am able to manage my work around my parental duties well."

Isabel Mullins - Social Worker:

"I am a Social Worker in the Safeguarding Richmondshire Team - I did my final placement in the team and decided it was exactly where I wanted to be. Being a Social Worker can be rewarding but challenging and therefore support is vital; the team really is amazing for this. The ASYE programme in North Yorkshire was brilliant and this is something that attracted me to North Yorkshire over other local authorities. I feel empowered and supported in my role with lots of hope for progression and more."

Hettie Flynn - Social Worker:

“I’ve been working as a Safeguarding Social Worker for 18 months now, I joined when I was newly qualified and North Yorkshire appealed to me because of the quality of training and support for new Social Workers. The team and managers are worth their weight on gold, they truly do care about supporting you so you can give your best to families you work with. It’s a really flexible place to work which I feel is really important for job satisfaction!” 

Mark Stonell - Practice Supervisor:

“Working as a Practice Supervisor in North Yorkshire has been the most fulfilling post of my 17 year social work career thus far”.

Rachel Anderton - Head of Service:

"Over my last four years working in North Yorkshire it has been a real privilege to work alongside some incredibly talented people who show absolute commitment, passion and tenacity for the job. North Yorkshire is an incredibly innovative and forward thinking Local Authority and I have been lucky enough to learn a huge amount from some inspiring, talented and creative thinkers"

We held a Family Finding Boot Camp November 2020. This Boot Camp brought together our children and families staff to learn from one another; discussions involving the wider family networks in supporting the children we work for. Teaching urgency of involving the individuals who love their child to improve their health outcome. 

Here are just some of our comments following the amazing four days held...

“Really inspirational training, an honour to be part of this. Thanks to you and Jo, along with Kevin and Elizabeth for guiding us through and helping up absorb the content. I am sure that the March boot camp will be just as amazing - hope all that are on it thoroughly enjoy :)”

“The most important thing I took from the training is the message of love. We talk about professional boundaries but we join people in their lives at times of crisis so why can’t we show love. Also my position of worker, I am not the doer of everything I’m the catalyst/ facilitator”. 

“It’s really important to slow your thinking down, spend time, prepare those best questions because they give you so much – honouring parents and young people”. 

“Need to make sure the family are SEEN. I’m going to ask questions of the team about love, who loves this child?” 

“It’s been really interesting as a SW from another authority to hear how North Yorks support and empower the young people you work with”. 

Martin Kelly (Assistant Director) said:

"Some great messages here! Social Work should be thinking about the lifetime journey for children not just the episodic period we are involved or transition points. Families and networks provide security for the future."

It is important for us that our social workers have manageable workloads, supportive and transparent management and the opportunity for continuous professional development.

We understand social work is challenging and we are committed to creating a healthy culture where social workers feel that they have a forum to share their views about the organisation and environment in which they work. We strive to achieve the very best practice and to continually learn by taking accountability and developing new ways of working. This has enabled a culture to be developed in which social workers and managers feel confident, safe and supported to manage risk appropriately. 

Not only will you receive outstanding training, you will work in a truly passionate and talented team with full support and guidance available.
We want you to work to live not live to work, we want you to have time for the things in life that really matter to you - this is really important to us.  

We are dedicated to growing our employees within the Council. Progression routes available for a social worker at North Yorkshire County Council:

  • Newly Qualified Social Worker, Grade J - salary £30,451 to £32,910
  • Experienced Social Worker, Grade K - salary £32,910 to £35,745
  • Advanced Practitioner - (external candidates) Grade L - salary £35,745 to £39,880 
  • Advanced Practitioner - (internal opportunities) via career panel - Grade L - salary £35,745 to £39,880
  • Practice Supervisor, Grade M - salary £39,880 to £43,857
  • Team Manager, Grade N - salary £43,857 to £47,782

*Salaries are pro rata, per annum.

Our Social Work opportunities

See our current opportunities and apply below...

Job Title: Social Worker – Safeguarding Team - Selby
Grade: J-L
Salary: £30,451 - £39,880 per annum pro rata 
Location: Sandpiper House, Selby. The service very much promotes flexible working with the ability to work remotely from other bases, as well as working from home. 
Hours: Full-time and part-time hours available.
Contract: Permanent 

We are looking for experienced or newly qualified  Social Workers to join our highly regarded and consistently high performing children’s social care team.

As a Safeguarding Social Worker, you will support children and their families to ensure that their needs are met in a safe and timely manner.  You will be part of a highly-acclaimed supportive service that has a comprehensive programme to ensure new recruits have a thorough induction, receive ongoing support from managers and have the opportunity to progress in your career. 

As a service, we are committed to creating a healthy culture where social workers feel that they have a forum to share their views about the organisation and environment in which they work. We pride ourselves on our confident workforce who feel safe and their practice has been further enhanced by the mapping of cases which is core to this model.  We have been nominated for several awards and have previously won Employer of the Year at the Social Work Awards. 

As a national leader we have been recognised as an exemplar through the award of Partners in Practice status, our Signs of Safety model is highly regarded nationally and is demonstrated across the county effectively to assess and manage risk, which has a demonstrably positive impact on effecting change for children and families. We have achieved this through a clear workforce strategy and practice leader forums which continue to develop and embed the model in teams. 

“My role gives me a sense of belonging and I am proud to work for North Yorkshire. The Authority has allowed me to grow and develop as a professional and has helped me form my identity as a social work professional” - Children's Social Worker

We clearly demonstrate that the voice of the child and family shape the service we provide and is evidenced throughout practice, we understand the quality of our practice and practice outcomes and have a clear delivery mechanism for building on strengths and responding to risks and issues to drive through improvements which has a demonstrably positive impact on effecting change for children and families.

We are committed to the development of innovative working practices, whilst the posts are based in the Selby area, we promote innovative working practices in order to achieve excellence in service provision and work life balance. You will be provided with modern technology to enable you to work remotely from other bases, as well as working from home.  

We welcome any interested applicants to contact Claire Hamilton on 07815 576 138 or by email Claire.Hamilton@northyorks.gov.uk for an informal conversation:

We're proud to support the Local Government Association's Return to Social Work programme, offering former social workers free training so they can return to social work.  

ASYE
We welcome ASYE applications for our positions. 

We welcome individuals looking to relocate, for further information please see our Relocation Policy

Key dates

  • Closing date: Sunday 28th February 2021
  • Interview date: 12th March 2021 (Virtually)

We have opened up our Social Worker Grades to now include the role of Advanced Practitioner (please find Job Description below) if you meet the criteria we welcome you to apply for our Advanced Practitioner position below.

  • Advanced Practitioner – Grade L – £35,745 - £39,880 
  • Experienced Social Worker – Grade K – £32,910 - £35,745
  • Newly Qualified Social Worker – Grade J - £30,451 - £32,910

If you are interested in joining us as a newly qualified or experienced Social Worker, please continue to apply via this link. 

We are dedicated to developing our employees within the Council and are able to offer career progression to Advanced Practitioner along with Practice Supervisor & management opportunities.  

 

Key documents

 Advanced Practitioner - Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 799 KB)

 Newly qualified / Experienced Social Worker - Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 611 KB)

 Total Rewards Brochure (pdf / 380 KB)

 

Apply here!

Apply - Advanced Practitioner

Apply - Newly Qualified or Experienced Social Worker

 

Enhanced Level DBS Disclosure is required for appointment to this post, this cost will be met by the employer. 

NYCC 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. 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: Social Worker – Safeguarding Team 
Posts available: Scarborough Whitby and Ryedale
                            Scarborough South
                            Scarborough Town
Grade: J-L
Salary: £30,451 - £39,880 per annum pro rata 
Location: North Yorkshire House, Scarborough. The service very much promotes flexible working with the ability to work remotely from other bases, as well as working from home. 
Contract: Full & Part-time/ Permanent 

We have a new campaign site for these vacancies. Please click here to find out more about these opportunities!

 

 

Job Title: Social Worker LAC Permanence Team
Grade: J-K
Salary: £30,451 - £39,880 per annum pro rata 
Location: North Yorkshire House, Scarborough. The service very much promotes flexible working with the ability to work remotely from other bases, as well as working from home. 
Contract: 
Permanent – Full time or Part-time
Fixed Term Contract – Full time 

 We have a new campaign site for these vacancies. Please click here to find out more about these opportunities!

Job Title: Social Worker – Children & Families Service
Grade: J-L
Salary: £30,451 - £39,880 per annum pro rata 
Location: There are several opportunities available throughout North Yorkshire Children & Families Service. We very much promotes flexible working with the ability to work remotely from a variety of bases as well as from home, whatever makes sense and is suitable to provide the best service.

Hours: Full-time and Part-time hours
Contract: Permanent 

 

North Yorkshire County Council have a national reputation for excellence and we are looking for Social Workers with a variety of experience and skills. We also welcome those who are looking to relocate. 

We are looking for experienced or newly qualified Social Workers to join our highly regarded and consistently high performing children’s social care team. 

We are dedicated to developing our community of employees within the Council and you will have many opportunities to progress within your career, which could include, Advanced Practitioner (Grade L £35,745 - £39,880) along with Practice Educator, Practice Supervisor & management opportunities.  

As a Children & Families Social Worker, your focus is to support children, their family and network to achieve positive change that continues after we no longer need to be involved. Together we will create conditions that allow relationships to flourish. Our practice system is built to deliver this outcome. Keeping children safe and families together, the right intervention at the right time in the right place.

You will be part of a highly-acclaimed supportive service that has a comprehensive programme to ensure new recruits have a thorough induction, receive ongoing support from managers and have the opportunity to progress in your career. 

As a service, we are committed to creating a healthy culture where social workers feel that they have a forum to share their views about the organisation and environment in which they work. We pride ourselves on our confident workforce who feel safe and their practice has been further enhanced by the mapping of cases which is core to this model.  We have been nominated for several awards and have previously won Employer of the Year at the Social Work Awards. 

As a national leader we have been recognised as an exemplar through the award of Partners in Practice status, our  practice model (pdf / 449 KB) is highly regarded nationally and is demonstrated across the county effectively to assess and manage risk, which has a demonstrably positive impact on effecting change for children and families. We have achieved this through a clear workforce strategy and practice leader forums which continue to develop and embed the model in teams. 

“My role gives me a sense of belonging and I am proud to work for North Yorkshire. The Authority has allowed me to grow and develop as a professional and has helped me form my identity as a social work professional” - Children's Social Worker

We clearly demonstrate that the voice of the child and family shape the service we provide and is evidenced throughout practice, we understand the quality of our practice and practice outcomes and have a clear delivery mechanism for building on strengths and responding to risks and issues to drive through improvements which has a demonstrably positive impact on effecting change for children and families.

We are committed to the development of innovative working practices, we promote innovative working practices in order to achieve excellence in service provision and work life balance. You will be provided with modern technology to enable you to work remotely from other bases, as well as working from home.  

We welcome any interested applicants to contact Jo Miles (Principal Social Worker) by email on Joanna.Miles@northyorks.gov.uk for an informal conversation:

We're proud to support the Local Government Association's Return to Social Work programme, offering former social workers free training so they can return to social work.  

ASYE - We welcome ASYE applications for our positions.

We welcome individuals looking to relocate, for further information please see our  Relocation Policy (pdf / 180 KB)

We have opened up our Social Worker Grades to now include the role of Advanced Practitioner (please find Job Description below) if you meet the criteria we welcome you to apply for our Advanced Practitioner position via our advert below.

•    Advanced Practitioner – Grade L – £35,745 - £39,880 
•    Experienced Social Worker – Grade K – £32,910 - £35,745
•    Newly Qualified Social Worker – Grade J - £30,451 - £32,910

If you are interested in joining us as a newly qualified or experienced Social Worker, please continue to apply via this link. 

If this opportunity is of interest, please apply giving as much detail as possible against the Job Description / Person Specification. A member of the Resourcing Solutions Department will be in touch to discuss current opportunities and those in the pipeline. We will also offer the opportunity for you to join our Talent Pool. If you have any questions, we welcome you to contact Jo Miles (details above).

In your supporting evidence, please detail the locations within the County you are able to cover/ travel too. In addition, which team you are interested in e.g. Safeguarding/ LAC/ Fostering/ Adoption and whether you would be looking to work full or part-time.

We look forward to exploring your interest and receiving your application.

 

Key documents

 Advanced Practitioner - Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 799 KB)

 Newly Qualified/ Experienced Social Worker - Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 611 KB)

 Total Rewards Brochure (pdf / 380 KB)

 

Apply here!
 

Apply - Advanced Practitioner

Apply - Newly Qualified/ Experienced Social Worker

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. 

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.  

Social work is one of the most challenging and rewarding careers: Would you like an opportunity to qualify as a Social Worker within NYCC?

Step Up to Social Work is an intensive full-time, fully funded, Postgraduate Diploma in Social Work training programme that allows you to become a qualified social worker in just 14 months.

North Yorkshire County Council have offered this route into social work since 2010 (through the University of Salford).  
We are looking for individuals who are committed to making a difference for disadvantaged children and families. You need to have a willingness to learn, be emotionally resilient and be able to undertake this challenging yet hugely rewarding academic degree programme.

  • Applications are now open for Cohort 7 (the programme will commence in January 2022).
  • The deadline to apply is the 7th April 2021 with the interviews taking place in June/July 2021.
  • Please apply via the DfE Website.  

About the programme

The Step Up to Social Work programme:

  • Is an intensive 14-month full-time programme;
  • Offers you a £19,833 tax-free bursary during the programme;
  • Requires you to complete 170 placement days of hands-on social work within NYCC whilst completing academic learning through the University of Salford;
  • Gives you a postgraduate diploma in social work and enables you to register as a qualified social worker with Social Work England.
  • You will be guaranteed an interview for a social worker post in children and young people’s services (statutory social work) at the end of the programme.

What is the essential criteria to be able to apply?

This is a postgraduate programme, so you will need:

  • A degree-level qualification in any discipline except social work from a UK higher education institute or an approved overseas equivalent;
  • A minimum 2:1 level 6 degree qualification, for example, an honours degree or a graduate certificate, or, a minimum 2:2 honours degree plus a postgraduate qualification (level 7 or above) for example, a master’s degree or a postgraduate certificate/ postgraduate diploma;
  • To have GCSEs in English or English Language and Mathematics at grade C or above, or the new grade 4 and above (or an approved equivalent) and be able to evidence your qualifications (certificates) at the application stage.  If you cannot find your certificates you can order replacements online. It may take up to a month to get your replaced certificates so please apply for them well in advance of any interviews;
  • To have a minimum of 6 months full-time (or equivalent) direct experience of working with vulnerable children, young people and their families, either in a paid or voluntary capacity;
  • To hold a driving licence (with use of a vehicle); 
  • To complete an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
  • Live in England
  • Possess the right to work and study in the UK (including access to public funds) for the duration of the programme (until March 2023)
  • Not already have a social work qualification

For more information and case studies please go to Children's Social Work Matters;

For a list of FAQs please click  here (pdf / 488 KB)

What is the application process?

Make an initial application online and ensure that you have completed all the sections on the application form especially providing information about having significant experience of working or volunteering with vulnerable children and families for a period of at least 6 months.

If selected you will be asked to attend an assessment centre. During the pandemic, the assessment centre may be virtual.  We will let you know whether it will be virtual or face to face if you are shortlisted for interview.

The key assessment process components will involve:

  • A formal interview with a course academic member of staff and a social work manager
  • Role play or group exercise
  • An interview with a service user/carer
  • A written exercise

Do you feel you could make a difference?

If so, please go to Gov.uk site to start your application.

Please bear in mind, we particularly encourage applications from male and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates as we aspire to make the programme, and the profile of social work practitioners, more diverse and representative of the children, families and communities they support.

What happens after I have applied?

If you are successful at the initial application stage you will:

  • Be invited to a regional assessment centre (in person or virtual);
  • Need to bring/show on screen the original certificates of all your qualifications for the assessment centre;
  • Need to bring/show on screen the originals of all identification documents;
  • If you do not have your original qualification certificates or identification documents; you need to order copies of your certificates/ documents now to avoid the risk of being unable to complete the assessment centre.

Please contact StepUp@capitaras.co.uk if you require any reasonable adjustments in order to complete the online application form.

When completing the application form, you will be able to include details of any reasonable adjustments that will be required if you are invited to the assessment centre stage of the recruitment process.

If you would like to discuss the above in more detail before applying please contact Greta Hofman on greta.hofman@northyorks.gov.uk to arrange an informal discussion. 

 

Apply

 

Further Information:

 Step Up to Social Work - Communications Pack (pdf / 1 MB)

 

Our Advanced Practitioner opportunities

See our current opportunities and apply below...

Job Title: Advanced Practitioner - (Safeguarding and LAC) 
Grade: L
Salary: £35,745 - £39,880 pro rata per annum
Location: Various locations. The service very much promotes flexible working with the ability to work remotely from other bases, as well as working from home. 
Hours: Full and Part-time opportunities available
Contract: Permanent 

 

Here at North Yorkshire County Council we are extremely proud of the work our Children’s Services do; their hard work has been recognised by Ofsted in our 2018 inspection, rating us as Outstanding across all areas. We are now pleased to be offering this new opportunity to join our highly regarded service and want you to help us continue to offer an excellent service to the children and families of North Yorkshire.

We have opened up our experienced social work bands to include the new and exciting role of Advanced Practitioner. This is a critical role in our teams and in our continued drive for placing children at the centre of all the work we do. We are looking for an experienced social worker 3 years post qualified or more, who is practice rich with a proven track record of providing children and families with an excellent service. North Yorkshire has a clearly defined practice model and the team is committed to work with children and their families/carers, using a range of solution focussed, strength based relationship practice models, including Signs of Safety, Systemic theory and the Family Finding approach. We are looking for individuals who can help us continue to offer a unique service and truly make a difference to the young people of our county. 

The Advanced Practitioner role is vital for supporting practice, including newly qualified social workers and helping drive team development; sharing practice wisdom and supporting the development of the next generation of practitioners alongside students and other staff at an earlier stage in their career, offering mentoring and coaching as well as practice education. As part of this role you will be contributing to the quality of social work practice, role modelling good practice in your own casework, share your knowledge and skills within your team including in depth technical and practice knowledge of social work practice.

Enthusiastic, highly motivated and robust advanced practitioner to join our teams. You will be working in a team that is constantly trying to improve outcomes for safeguarding and looked after children and supporting their families. 
You will be suitably qualified (DIPSW/CQSW/Masters/Degree in Social work) practice educator qualifications, have competed NAAS or be willing to undertake this as well as being able to evidence skills and knowledge in line with the job specification. You will have a passion for working with young people and creating brighter futures for them and their families and contribute to the on-going development of our high standards of practice.

In return for your hard work and dedication to our service, you can expect to receive various employee benefits including flexible working hours – including the ability to work from home, varied and good quality learning and development opportunities including systemic practice, family finding boot camps, regular high quality supervision - generous leave entitlement and access to our ‘Everybody Benefits’ package which includes numerous high-street retail discounts. We are also committed to providing ongoing support in what we appreciate can be a rewarding yet challenging role.  

If you are committed to delivering a high standard of practice, we would love to hear from you. 

Help us continue to drive positive change and join our skilled and dedicated team – we look forward to receiving your application! 

We have opened up our Advanced Practitioner role throughout North Yorkshire. If this opportunity is of interest, please apply giving as much detail as possible against the Job Description / Person Specification. A member of the Resourcing Solutions Department will be in touch to discuss current opportunities and those in the pipeline. We will also offer the opportunity for you to join our Talent Pool. If you have any questions, we welcome you to contact Sam Clayton (details below).

In your supporting evidence, please detail the locations within the County you are able to cover/ travel too.

 

For an informal discussion about this role please contact Samantha Clayton (Head of Effective Practice and QA) on 01609 534 321 / 07811 665 858 or by email Samantha.Clayton@northyorks.gov.uk  – we would very much welcome an informal conversation.

 

Help us continue to drive positive change and join our skilled and dedicated team – we look forward to receiving your application! 

 
We welcome individuals looking to relocate, for further information please see our Relocation Policy

 

Key documents

 Job Description / Person Specification (pdf / 570 KB)

 Total Rewards Brochure (pdf / 380 KB)

 

Apply

 

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. 

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.  

Other Children & Families opportunities

See our current opportunities and apply below...

Job Title: Practice Supervisor (Safeguarding) – Scarborough North, Whitby and Ryedale Team
Grade: M
Salary: £39,880 - £43,857 per annum pro rata 
Location: North Yorkshire House, Scarborough. The service very much promotes flexible working with the ability to work remotely from other bases, as well as working from home. 
Hours: Full-time/ 37 hours
Contract: Permanent 

We have a new campaign site for these vacancies. Please click here to find out more about these opportunities!

 

 

 

Working for us - what we can offer you

We can offer you a range of employee benefits, including a competitive salary, generous leave entitlement, a government pension scheme and access to our ‘Everybody Benefits’ package, which includes a variety of retail discounts. 

You will be fully enabled through mobile kit to work in a highly agile way at locations across designated local authorities.

We can offer you a comprehensive benefits package including:

  • Modern flexible working practices;
  • A local government pension scheme;
  • Family friendly leave;
  • Salary sacrifice, employee cash backs and discounts schemes; and
  • Learning, development and career advancement opportunities.

We can offer you multiple opportunities for career progression working across diverse services and with access to a range of technologies to support modern and agile ways of working.

As a council we are very much committed to encouraging flexible working for our employees, which will include using modern technologies to connect with clients, working from other bases across the county as well as working from home.

You can find out more about working for the council and the benefits we offer here.