Recruitment information for candidates
We want our people to be inspired and motivated to work well together, make the most of our workspaces, enjoy a healthy work-life balance, and deliver excellent services to Norfolk and its people.
While we have office hubs across Norfolk, flexibility is built into the way we work, with hybrid working a key feature for many roles.
Our technology platform and equipment are first class enabling you to connect and collaborate remotely. It's required that you have in place at home good broadband connectivity for your working hours. We provide the appropriate health and safety advice to support you working remotely. If for practical, safety or wellbeing reasons you are unable to work from home you can utilise one of our many NCC hubs, collaboration spaces or even work from a public or community space.
You will be welcomed into the organisation with a remote induction process using Microsoft Teams video conferencing and e-learning, as well as technology that enables you to regularly connect and collaborate digitally with your peers and colleagues.
Some of our Social Care roles have access to mobile technology to access and use information from a variety of sites offering flexibility and reducing travelling time. For all other roles we also have a Bring Your Own Device option giving access to Teams and Outlook should you wish to enrol while employed.