Services and information

Denbighshire is a great place to live and work. Find out more about our County and the vision, values and principles that underpin everything that we do as an organisation.   

Working at Denbighshire County Council

Find out about working for Denbighshire County Council.

The recruitment journey

The application process and what happens during and after your interview.

What we offer

What we offer as an employer.


Featured vacancies 

Corporate Director of Economy and Environment & Corporate Director of Governance and Business

At Denbighshire County Council we are truly committed to building on our success to date and continuing on our journey to make Denbighshire a great place to live and work.

Solicitor - Safeguarding

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Headteacher - Ysgol y Castell

Find out more about this vacancy.

Independence at Home Support Workers

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Career pathways

Find out about our Career Pathways to help you progress in your career.

Schools recruitment

Information about school recruitment and current vacancies.

Volunteer for us

Information about volunteering.

Our Vision, Values and Principles

Our Vision is to create 'One Council' culture, with strong visible leadership and effective management, in order to ensure high levels of customer service for our communities.

If you want to make a real difference to the residents of Denbighshire and are seeking a rewarding employer who values you, then this is the place for you.

Read more about our Vision, Values and Principles

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Accessibility

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.

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Learning and Development

We are always encouraging our employees to develop their skills to be able to deliver the best service for our communities and residents. Our employees career aspirations are important to us. We offer a wide range of learning and development opportunities and regularly assess an employee's development needs through regular one to one discussions and meetings with their line manager.

Find out more about Learning and Development.

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Your well-being

Promoting and supporting employee wellbeing is incredibly important to Denbighshire County Council. Our policies and pledges around mental health and wellbeing have been created to raise awareness, and educate our workforce to encourage open and honest conversations. We are proud of have been the first Local Authority in North Wales to have introduced a Menopause Policy, and intend to continue being the trend setter, making sure employee wellbeing is at the heart of everything we do.

We want our employees to know where they can access support for the times when they feel they need it most. Our Employee Assistance Programme (Care First) is a free confidential, impartial service that provides advice on any issue 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

We also have an on-site Occupational Health Department and provide eye care vouchers.

Read more about our dedication to employee mental health and wellbeing.

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Denbighshire County Council on Glassdoor.

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Denbighshire County Council on LinkedIn.