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Jobs at North Norfolk District Council (NNDC)

This section provides you with information relating to working at NNDC and the jobs currently being advertised. In addition to publishing jobs on this page, we also advertise at Job Centre Plus and where appropriate, in relevant professional publications.

Current Vacancies

ASB Co-ordinator

Reference No. 2117

Term: 12 month contract - 29.6 hours per week

Closing Date: 24 April 2015

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Salary £20,253 to £22,937 per annum (pro rata)

North Norfolk is a safe place to live, work and visit and we want to keep it that way!

Effective solutions to anti-social behaviour are not the responsibility of a single agency or organisation.  The North Norfolk Operational Partnership Team (OPT) co-ordinates the response to tackling anti-social behaviour (ASB) across the district.  The North Norfolk OPT is made up of representatives from North Norfolk District Council, Victory Housing Trust and Norfolk Constabulary along with a range of agencies, dependent on the case.  The partners operate a 'Right Place First Time' protocol where any complaint of ASB would be taken and directed to the correct agency for investigation.

The North Norfolk OPT Anti-Social Behaviour Coordinator will act as the conduit between the partner agencies to ensure effective communications, data sharing and coordinated and consistent approach to supporting victims and dealing with perpetrators of ASB using appropriate escalation models.

We are looking for an enthusiastic person with excellent organisational skills.  You will also need good communication and customer care skills, together with the ability to prioritise and meet deadlines.  The ability to develop good working relationships with colleagues, to work well both in a team and on your own initiative, are also essential, as is a flexible approach to work.

For an information discussion or further details please contact James Wilson, Environmental Protection Manager on (01263) 516274 or email .

Web Designer

Reference No. 1733

Term: 16 hours per week, 9 -12 months contract (Maternity Cover)

Closing Date: 9.00am 21 April 2015

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Salary - £20,253 - £22,937 per annum (pro rata)

This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a talented and ambitious team, utilise your skills and knowledge and help us improve the online experience for all our customers.

The successful candidate will gain experience in developing and maintaining the Council's web presence.  Working closely with colleagues you will be required to design and implement a wide range of website components, develop and maintain web content and assist with the administration of the content management system.  Good communication skills together with excellent interpersonal and customer care skills are essential to this role.

If you possess a natural flare for design, have a practical understanding of web technology and have experience in web design/editing and scripting with HTML/CSS, then contact us now and take advantage of the opportunities this post presents to the successful candidate.

For an informal discussion or further details please contact Luke Munday (Web Manager) on 01263 516039 or email

Communications and PR Manager

Reference No. 2088

Term: Full time, permanent

Closing Date: 22 April 2015
Interview Date: 01 May 2015

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Salary £39,267 to £43,863 per annum (relocation expenses available, subject to eligibility)

Shaping the communications strategy for a changing district

This is a fantastic opportunity for a dynamic communications professional to shape the strategic direction and resources of North Norfolk District Council's communications at a time of exciting changes.

Building relationships

As our lead advisor on every aspect of communications, you will work closely with the Leader of the Council and Chief Executive, as well as councillors and staff.  You will engage with residents and businesses across the district and forge relationships with local and national media.

Supporting change

In raising the profile of the council and promoting our initiatives, you will begin with a strong focus on our significant business transformation programme.  We are improving efficiency and customer service, while driving greater value across services.  You will lead our growth communications programme to help us boost everything from employment and creating jobs, to our efforts to enable the provision of new homes and infrastructure.

Developing brands

North Norfolk was recently named one of the nation's best places to raise a family and we're committed to protecting the coastline and the character of the countryside.  As well as making sure people know about our important work, you'll develop creative strategies for the evolution of North Norfolk's place brand.

Your credentials

You will need proven experience of leading a communications team, developing and implementing strategies.  An inspirational and influential leader, you will bring exceptional relationship building skills and political acument to the role.  Your demonstrable expertise ranges from brand development to maximising the use of digital media.  Crucially, you will have the sound judgment and management skills vital to balancing many competing priorities.

Please note this is a politically restricted post.

For an informal discussion please contact Julie Cooke, Head of Organisational Development on (01263) 516040.

Coaches and Volunteers wanted!

Reference No.


Closing Date:

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Our Community Sports Team is seeking North Norfolk based sports coaches and activity instructors to join its coach register.  Coaches on the register will be utilised as and when the need arises to help to deliver the Community Sports Teams current and future provision of sporting and physical activity opportunities to the community.  We would be delighted to hear from anybody who wishes to be included on this register.

We are also seeking to add to our pool of volunteers and would love to hear from anybody who may be interested in helping us to deliver our service to the community on a voluntary basis.  A volunteer role with us would suit those who are looking to gain experience in the sports and leisure industry and people with a strong belief in community and community based activities.

Please note volunteers will be required to undertake a satisfactory criminal records check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly CRB).

Opportunities for coaches and volunteers are available now, so if you are interested in registering yourself as a coach or becoming a volunteer please contact Community Sports Manager Colin Brown on 07917834960 or

Applying for a Job with NNDC

Application forms for advertised jobs at NNDC (including the temporary register) are available for download below:
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The MS Word file can be saved to your computer and filled in electronically.  You can either print this out and send it to us at the address below or e-mail your completed form to:

Please note that we cannot accept electronic applications via online storage.  These must be sent as an attachment via email only.

In order to read PDF files you need Adobe Acrobat Reader - it can be downloaded free from the Adobe website.

You can access job descriptions and person specifications for advertised roles and application forms from this website or alternatively you may contact our Job Line on 07661 001017 (24 hours) or by writing to Carolyn Howe, Human Resources, North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN.

If you require any of the recruitment documents (application form, job descriptions, person specifications) in large print, Braille, alternative format or in a different language, please contact Human Resources on 01263 516035.

Please note that we do not accept CVs unless accompanied by a fully completed application form.

NNDC also holds a temporary staff register for anyone looking for temporary administrative or clerical work.

If you have any queries about working for NNDC you can contact Human Resources on 01263 516035.  Alternatively, please e-mail us at:

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