- Waste and Recycling
- Planning & Building
- Council Tax
- Advice, Help & Support
- Animal Welfare and Pests
- Benefits & Grants
- Births, Deaths & Marriages
- Community & Living
- Crime, Safety & Emergencies
- Do It Online
- Elections & Voting
- Energy Saving
- Environmental Health, Noise and Pollution
- Food Hygiene & Health
- Leisure & Culture
- Litter and Street Cleansing
- Mediation Service
- Parks and Nature Conservation
- Roads, Parking & Travel
- Schools & Learning
- Town Centres
Working for Broxtowe Borough Council
Our aim is to make the Borough a better place to live and work and to do this we need committed and enthusiastic employees.
All of our policies, practices and procedures are designed to be fair to all applicants regardless of colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, sexuality, disability, religion, gender, age, marital status, political or cultural status.
We aim to ensure the best possible equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment and service delivery and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Selection for jobs will be made purely on merit as we wish to employ the best person based on their skills and abilities. As reflected in our '√√' symbol, disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria are guaranteed an interview.
The Council signed up to the Mindful Employer Charter in 2013. As a signatory to the charter we aim to raise the profile of mental health issues and to demonstrate that reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process can be made to support applicants with mental health issues.
As part of our commitment towards 'best practice' working methods, we provide for our employees a wide range of training and development opportunities as recognised by the Investor in People award. We also operate a wide range of family friendly policies which help employees balance their working lives with family responsibilities.
All our vacancies are advertised as they arise in local job centres, on eastmidlandsjobs.org.uk, on this website and in the local and national press and appropriate professional journals.
For more information on working in Local Government, you may wish to visit the Local Government Careers website.