Careers at the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman
Our people are our most important asset. Working here, you would join a team of people who trust and support each other and have pride in what they do.
Our work is challenging and rewarding. We unite around the common goal of remedying injustice and helping to improve local services. But don’t just take our word for it. 80% of staff said we are a great place to work.
Need to juggle family commitments? Want to get to a mid-morning appointment? Our people enjoy the benefits of hybrid working locations and flexible working hours.
In fact, they tell us the way we encourage a positive work-life balance is one of the best things about working here. Our salary, pension and holiday entitlement are also excellent.
We offer full training and mentoring with our staff taking responsibility for their own personal development. We want our people to excel and enjoy new challenges – we advertise all our development opportunities to everyone.
We help people from all backgrounds and all parts of the community. We strive to ensure the people working here value and reflect this diversity.
We provide equal opportunities and do not permit discrimination on any grounds. This includes colour, race, nationality, national or ethnic origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity leave, religion or belief, or trade union membership.