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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.
Denbighshire is a modern, agile and collaborative place to work.
Find out about everything that Denbighshire has to offer.
Find out about our Vision, Values and Principles.
Denbighshire is a modern, agile and collaborative place to work, which can offer a range of job opportunities and employee benefits to those that are either new to the workplace, an experienced employee or a parent/carer. Some of these benefits include:
As an employer, we focus on communication, equality and people-friendly policies. We are looking for people who not only share our vision and values but those that want to change people lives and improve our valued communities for the better. At Denbighshire County Council, everyone has a role to play in making Denbighshire the best it can be.
So, if you are a person who is thinks they can make a real difference to people lives, feels passionate in doing so and wants to do the best job possible then this is the place for you.
It's an exciting time to be part of Denbighshire County Council and we will always give you the encouragement and support that is needed to succeed and make Denbighshire residents proud.
Find out more about Denbighshire County Council.
At Denbighshire County Council you are encouraged to reach your full potential. Employees are fully supported in their roles with regular one to one meetings with their line managers, access to an e-learning platform and access to a variety of training courses and job related qualifications. Career development is something that is positively encouraged at Denbighshire and growing our talent is something that is very important to us, as an employer.
Find out more about learning and development
Working for Denbighshire, you will work with passionate people who have pride in what they do for this beautiful county. Employees are the gateway to building our strong and resilient communities, enhancing the beautiful landscapes and providing the excellent standard of education to the children in the county.
We are committed to providing a workplace that values parents and carers. We have a number of flexible working practices and policies, including agile working, maternity, paternity and parental leave which make Denbighshire a great place to work.
We offer flexible working arrangements such as agile / hybrid working, part time hours, condensed hours.
Denbighshire County Council embraces the benefits of a diverse workforce and is committed to providing an inclusive workplace for all employees. We welcome applications from people who share our values and our commitment to equality and diversity across the organisation.
We positively encourage people with protected characteristic s to work for Denbighshire regardless of their age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership or pregnancy and maternity characteristics.
We are committed to the ‘Disability Confident’ Guaranteed Interview Scheme, which guarantees to interview any candidate that has a disability and meets the essential criteria. We are also proud to hold the Silver award for the Armed Forces Covenant.
A positive work environment where employees feel supported is a high priority for Denbighshire. 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.
Search and apply online for jobs currently available.
Find out more about our Corporate Plan.
View our current Senior Leadership Team (SLT) structure.
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