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Hull City Job Centre Plus Offices and Jobs with Council
« on: October 14, 2016, 09:43:51 AM »

If you need to visit the job centre in Hull then check out the address information below. There are some numbers below on this page too.

Hull Market Place Jobcentre Plus Office

South Church Side
Market Place

Job Centre Telephone Number 08456043719
Job Centre Textphone Number 08456088551

Jobs with Hull City Council

What can be said about Hull City Council jobs? Why would anyone want to work for the Hull City Council anyway? Well, many people work because they love the job they are doing, but the paycheque is by far the biggest motivation, so let’s look at what Hull City Council pays how its pay scales are setup.

Jobs are divided into grades with grade one at the bottom and grade 17 at the top. A grade one worker may earn a starting salary of around £12,489 annually while someone with a grade 17 job can earn about £87,210 to start. Furthermore, grades two through 12 are each divided into 4 S.C.Ps. That means there are four possible salaries within each of these grades. So for example, starting salaries for a grade eight post range from £26,276 for S.C.P-31 to £28,636 for S.C.P-34.

It’s important to note the source of this information is meant as a guide. Other factors like the scheme of conditions of service of the National Joint Council for local government services may affect the actual salary of the council’s employees. At this point, it would be useful to consider a few examples. For instance, the position of principal sports development officer is a grade 11 post and someone with that job will earn anywhere from £38,042 to £40,741. A political assistant post would be considered a grade 8 job; we’ve looked at the possible salaries for this grade already. A cook may fall into the grade 3 category, earning between £14,733 and £15,725 a year.

Now let’s look at the benefits of working for the council. They are pretty much the same for all of council employees, except where the nature of certain jobs may warrant special provisions.

The council’s employee benefit booklet mentions 35 schemes, services and entitlements. We won’t be able to look at all of them in this article. But we’ll assume annual leave is something most people would be interested in, so we’ll look at that first.

All council employees are allowed at least 20 days of holiday each year, but it can be as much as 29 days, depending on the employee’s grade of post.

The council rewards its long time employees with additional days off after the five year and again at the 10 year mark of continued employment. That’s plenty of time for a person to relax and recharge. But relaxation isn’t the only reason an employee may want time off. Hull City Council tries to accommodate these needs by offering other eligibilities like a maternity scheme and paternity leave for mums and dads of new born babies, respectively.

Hull City Council also has provisions for other family related time off, such as adoption leave, as long as it’s through a recognized agency; parental leave, to care for or bond with a child under eight years old; and family leave, to care for a family member. If none of these fit the employee’s needs, they can make use of miscellaneous leave or career break, which offers as much as two years unpaid absence from the job.

Perhaps the employee doesn’t need time off; a flexible schedule would be enough for them to take care of family obligations. Well, that’s available, and there are different options for flexible working. And depending on the responsibilities of the job, some council employees may have the luxury of working from home.

The council realises that the development of its employees is in its best interest, so it offers schemes it refers to as employee development; personal performance and development; and learning and development provision.

There are also a range of benefits related to the health and wellbeing of employees. There are schemes related to the employees’ transportation and child care.

At the time this article was written, there were a few adverts for Hull City Council jobs on the council’s website, so they are hiring. Maybe there’s something of interest to you. The council recommends applying electronically. Application forms can be downloaded or requested by telephone.


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