WHY JOIN US?
There’s never been a more rewarding time to join Northern Lincolnshire and Goole.
There are so many benefits to both working at the Trust and living in the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole area, so much so we won’t be able to highlight them all here. However some of the more attractive include:
- Living in an area that strikes the perfect balance between beautiful countryside, superb amenities for both adults and families and excellent value for money
- Work for a friendly Trust that promotes a real sense of community
- Receive full on-boarding support which includes help finding accommodation, help setting up bank accounts, assisting finding schools and providing advice and support with everything associated with relocating to the area
- Receive a generous relocation allowance to help with the costs associated with moving here
- Career development and progression opportunities.
For more information about our full range of benefits and incentives, please see below.
You are automatically a member of the NHS pension scheme, unless you choose to opt out. If you are unable to join the scheme due to the scheme eligibility you will automatically be brought into the alternate scheme (NEST). You have the right to opt out of this scheme as well.
We have a generous relocation package of up to £4000 which makes the financial aspects of relocating to the area far more affordable.
Holiday and Entitlements
As much as we all enjoy our work we also need a bit of ‘me time’ to recharge our batteries or during times of need. All new staff are entitled to a generous annual leave entitlement as well as eight public bank holidays. Leave entitlement increases with service as follows:
- Up to five years service: 27 days
- After five years service: 29 days
- After 10 years service: 33 days.
We recognise that many employees have caring responsibilities outside of work and that from time to time emergency time off work may be required. We also offer comprehensive maternity, paternity and adoption leave schemes with benefits in excess of the statutory schemes.