The recruitment journey

Everyone who works at Denbighshire County Council has a role to play to make Denbighshire the best it can be - so we want to give everyone the opportunity to be the best they can be during our recruitment process.

Services and information

The application process

Information about the application process.

The interview

Information about the interview.

After the interview

Information about what you can expect after your interview.


At Denbighshire we strive to create an inclusive environment where everyone can be the best they can be. We want to make the application and recruitment process a positive one for everyone and we provide additional support to those who may need it.

We want our people to feel valued, included, safe, supported and welcome so that they can reach their full potential no matter what their background. If you have a disability and need a reasonable adjustment you during the recruitment process, just let us know and we will support you.

Find out more about Equality and Diversity at Denbighshire County Council.


Right to work checks

All employers are required to carry out checks, mostly as a legal requirement, but some of our roles require additional checks because of the customers we work with.

What pre-employment checks are required?

It is a legal requirement that we ensure anyone we employ is legally entitled to work in the UK. We will ask you for evidence of your eligibility if you are offered a role and check the documents you provide to ensure we are compliant with the law.

More information on what documents you will need (GOV.UK website).


Hints and tips

We want everyone to have a good experience applying for a career with Denbighshire County Council. Even if you are not successful, we hope that you are still able to learn and take some positives from the process. If you would like to share any positive feedback or if at any stage you feel that the process correct procedures were not followed please contact us at

Applying and interview for a new job can be daunting, we will do our best to make sure it is straightforward and we look forward to getting to know you. 


Working Denbighshire

Working Denbighshire is an employability service aimed at supporting residents of Denbighshire aged 16 and above, and those who are in or are at risk of poverty. They offer support with a range of different barriers for those seeking employment including:

  • Completing application forms
  • Interview skills and techniques
  • Developing basic IT skills
  • Training and further qualifications

Find out more about Working Denbighshire, their services, and the projects they coordinate.

Working Denbighshire