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Our commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant
As part of our commitment to the York Armed Forces Covenant, the Council offer a guaranteed interview scheme for veterans of the armed forces and their spouses, who can demonstrate they meet the minimum criteria for the job.
This means you must provide evidence in your application that demonstrates you meet the required level of competence for each element within the 'skills and knowledge' section of the job description.
You should also indicate on the application that you're applying on this basis.
The Council is fully supportive of employees who are members of, or who wish to join, the Volunteer Reserve Forces and Adult Cadet Instructors and we recognise the knowledge, skills and experience this can bring to the workplace and will:
From our offices in West Offices and Hazel Court, and with partners, City of York Council serves over 200,000 residents in and around York.
Local communities depend on the statutory services we deliver and our people are proud to keep York clean, safe, productive and resilient.
Our key values:
We work together
We make a difference
A strong council can also be an empowering force - transforming lives, communities and generations. We deliver lots of important but little-known services that are making a big difference to those who need them.