Jobs and careers
Darlington Borough Council employee benefits
National Careers Service
Help with career, learning and training choices.
National Careers Service website [external link]
Darlington Citizens Advice
Local advice service covering benefits and signposting to other services
Visit the Darlington Citizens Advice website [external link]
Darlington College offers short employability courses.
Visit the Darlington College website [external link]
Live, Work, Play in the Tees Valley
Jobs on social media
Darlington Borough Council is committed to keeping your data and privacy safe – we take protecting the data of all applicants very seriously.
By applying for a job, Darlington Borough Council will undertake necessary checks to assist with the recruitment process including contacting referees, checking employment status and eligibility to work in line with national guidance and statutory requirements. This information will also be used as required should an applicant be employed.
Further information on the Council’s privacy statements relating to the retention and processing of information you provide as part of the application process is available on the data protection pages of the Council’s website.
The Council has recently signed the Charter for Employers who are Positive about Mental Health, part of the MINDFUL EMPLOYER [external link] initiative.
Being a MINDFUL EMPLOYER …
- Shows employees and others that the Council is a good employer
- Expresses corporate social responsibility
- Helps towards complying with legislation (for example the Equality Act, Health & Safety)
- Reduces sickness absence
- Enhances customer service
- Improves productivity
- Helps retain staff who have experienced discrimination in the past
- Makes for a healthier workplace
As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of gender or gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, age, disability, race, religion or belief, social origin, pregnancy and maternity.
We undertake to interview any applicant who declares a disability and who meets the essential (minimum) criteria for the job.
Job share is available for all posts unless otherwise indicated. We're committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.