As an employer we will seek to ensure that there is equality of opportunity for all in recruitment and selection, appraisal, training and development, re-deployment, redundancy and career progression.
Erewash Borough Council is striving towards being an equal opportunities employer. We would particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic groups who are currently under represented within the organisation.
The Council is positive about disabled people and those who meet the essential shortlisting requirements will be guaranteed an interview.
For details of new vacancies please visit Jobs at Derbyshire where you can apply online. Please note that CVs are not accepted.
Paper applications can be submitted to:
Ilkeston Town Hall (Postal applications)
Long Eaton Town Hall (Hand Delivered applications only)
Alternatively, you can e-mail your completed application form to email@example.com.
For further details on any of the vacancies please contact the Personnel on 0115 907 2244 extension 3197 or by writing to us at the Ilkeston Town Hall address.
Vacancies are advertised as they arise on Jobs at Derbyshire and social media as well as appropriate websites and professional journals and job centres.
For more information on finding other work in the area, please go to the Universal Jobmatch website.
For information on skills and training, visit the GOV.UK website.
Visit Employment4students, a jobsite dedicated to helping students and young people find work.
For professional careers advice and information about work, education and training for young people and adults, please visit www.derbyshireyouthinc.com for help and advice.
For graduates looking for work visit www.graduate-jobs.com
If you are looking for apprenticeships visit www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship
Erewash Borough Council is proud to confirm it has been awarded the Disability Confident Employer status to show our commitment to the recruitment and retention of people with disabilities.
The national Disability Confident Employer initiative replaces the former Positive About Disability Two Ticks scheme which the council held for the last 10 years.
The Level 2 award means the council can use the distinctive logo on all its promotional materials and website. More details on the scheme can be found on the DWP website.