If we’ve ticked all your boxes, then check out our latest jobs, how to apply, and any upcoming recruitment events. 

Latest jobs

  • Trust Finance Manager
    SCH01097 St Albans Catholic Academy Trust Business Support Departments (HR, Finance, Legal, Marketing etc) £30,001 - £40,000
  • Housing Asset Surveyor
    LBC01227 Luton Council Trades and Labourers BTS £30,001 - £40,000
  • Quality Assurance Manager
    LBC01224 Luton Council Public Health £30,001 - £40,000
  • Hydra Assistant Swim Teacher
    AL00130 Active Luton Sport, Wellbeing and Leisure £10,000 - £20,000
    United Kingdom,
  • Receptionist
    AL00129 Active Luton Administrative and Clerical £10,000 - £20,000
    United Kingdom,
  • Headteacher
    SCH01096 St Josephs Primary School Teaching and Leadership £70,001 - £80,000
  • Electrician (Multi-Trade)
    LBC01198 Luton Council Housing, Property Management and Facilities BTS £20,001 - £30,000
  • Class Teacher / Middle Leadership Responsibility Option
    SCH01095 Stopsley Primary School Teaching and Leadership MPR/UPR £20,000 - £40,000
  • Occupational Therapist
    LBC01226 Luton Council Adult Social Care £30,001 - £40,000
  • Business Administration Apprentice
    LAL00244 Luton Council Apprenticeships and Internships Up to £9,999
    United Kingdom,

How to apply

  • Step 1

    Use ‘search jobs’ to find your ideal role. 
    Carefully read through the job description and person
    specification to make sure you meet all our criteria.

  • Step 2

    Complete the application form, and upload your CV
    (where necessary). You’ll get an email confirmation that we’ve
    received it. 

    Tip: tell us in as much detail as possible how you meet the essential and desired criteria. This is what we’ll assess your application on.

What is next?

Your application will be sent to the relevant hiring manager. Only applicants who meet all the essential criteria will be shortlisted. 

Once shortlisted, you’ll be invited for an interview. We’ll let you know all the details via email.

  • Interviews and selection

    As part of the recruitment process, you may also be asked to do a telephone interview, psychometric test, or a role-related assessment. But don’t worry, we’ll let you know in advance so you can prepare. 

    Tip: have a few examples up your sleeve that show why you’re suited for the role. And it’s always a good idea to do a bit of research on the organisation you want to join – so take a look at our main website

  • Disclosure & Barring Service

    Some of our roles require a disclosure check before you start work. It includes any information held by the police, and is used to make safer recruitment decisions. For roles working with children or vulnerable adults, an additional check is carried out to make sure employees don’t have a history that makes them unsuitable for this type of work.

    We’ll tell you if the role you’re applying for needs a DBS check. You’ll only be asked to apply for one after a conditional offer of employment has been made.

    Visit the Disclosure and Barring Service website to find out more.  

  • After your interview

    We’ll let you know the outcome of your interview as soon as possible. 

    If successful, we’ll make you an offer based on certain conditions being met (such as medical clearance, entitlement to work in the UK, references, criminal record checks). So it’s best not to hand in your notice at your current job until everything’s been confirmed. Then all that’s left is to sign your contract, and start your first day.

    If you’ve been unsuccessful, we’ll give you feedback and the reasons for our decision. You could join our Talent Pool, where we keep your details on file in case similar roles become available. Alternatively, registering for email alerts means you’ll be notified when more opportunities pop up. 

  • Equality and diversity

    Equality is one of our top priorities. We’re proud to champion equal opportunities for all, and welcome applications from a diverse range of candidates. Plus, we’re committed to fairly treating employees, candidates or service users - regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, race (including colour, nationality and ethic or national origins), sexual orientation, religion or belief, and marital status. 

    We’re also part of the government’s Disability Confident Scheme, and treat every person with respect. So if you apply to work for us, and have a disability, you’ll be guaranteed an interview should you meet all the essential job criteria. 

Other employers

Don't forget to look at some other employers we recruit for, who also have a range of opportunities available.

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