Jobs and working for us
Applying for a job
Select a job vacancy and apply online.
Please read the guidance notes (PDF) carefully before completing your application form.
Contact Human Resources
- HR contact form
- Phone: 01455 255679
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Working for us
Thank you for showing an interest in working for Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council.
At Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council, we have a workforce of around 450 committed staff, delivering services to our customers – whether they are residents, business, partners, councillors or other stakeholders.
We are an employer of choice and offer a wide range of roles, at all levels. From housing, planning, legal, surveying, accounting and digital roles to refuse collectors and gardeners, we want to recruit, develop and retain highly skilled people who are committed, capable and strive to achieve the best outcomes for the borough and its residents.
Staff who have recently joined us from the public and private sectors have said at inductions that we are a ‘friendly’, ‘supportive’, ‘helpful’ and a ‘happy’ organisation.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Bill Cullen, Chief Executive
The Corporate Plan
The Corporate Plan provides a clear idea of the council's vision, providing its main focus for service delivery planning over the next four years.
Diverse, inclusive and safe working environment
Find out how we:
- Support equality and diversity in the work place
- Carry out employment checks to safeguard our customers and our staff: Disclosure and Barring Service (GOV.UK)
- Process your personal data: HR privacy notice
- Prove your right to work to an employer (GOV.UK)
- Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (GOV.UK)
- Access to Work (jobhelp.campaign.gov.uk) - Get support to start or stay in work if you have a disability or a health condition
Proud member of the Disability Confident employer scheme
As a disability confident employer we offer an interview to any applicant that declares they have a disability and meets the minimum essential criteria for the job as defined by Hinckley and Bosworth. It is important to note that in certain recruitment situations such as high-volume, seasonal and high-peak times, we may wish to limit the overall numbers of interviews offered to both disabled people and non-disabled people. For more details please go to Disability Confident (GOV.UK)
Our services and our staff
Led by the Chief Executive, Bill Cullen, and councillors, the council is structured into three key service areas:
- Community Services
- Environment and Planning
- Corporate Services
Find out more about our services and staff
Hear from our workforce about what it's like to work for the council (coming soon).
Did you know that the council employs apprentices? Find out more and read testimonials.
We also provide links to other apprenticeship opportunities: Apprenticeships, internships and work experience