Jobs

Why work for us? Take a look at our generous benefits package and further reasons for choosing to come and join our team. We are seeing high levels of interest in our roles, so we may close some opportunities early, if the number of suitable candidates is high. To avoid missing out, we recommend applying as soon as possible. 

Current vacancies


HR and Payroll Apprentice

Salary: Grade A – £17,842
Job reference: H21/25
Hours per week: 37
Location: Fleet in Hart District (NE Hampshire)
Type: Fixed Term (24 months)
Closing Date: 9am Monday 15 November
Interview date: W/C 22 and 29 November

Hart District, in rural North East Hampshire, is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the UK. The Council works hard to make a positive contribution to the lives of its residents by delivering continuous improvement and innovation in service delivery.

We have a fantastic opportunity for an individual to join our friendly and enthusiastic HR and Payroll team in an interesting and varied role as an HR and Payroll Apprentice, within Corporate Services. The successful applicant will be a part of a team supporting all service areas of the Council.  

This is a 2-year fixed term post that will support the team and in return this is an opportunity for you to develop skills and behaviours to support your career progression in a supported and welcoming environment.  The role will develop your experience, interpersonal skills, communication and skills which will help towards a future role and support you in completing the Level 3 Apprenticeship in HR Support.

Your role will be varied including;

  1. Providing support for all elements of our people processes:
  • Recruitment and selection.
  • Pre-employment and new starter processes.
  • Distribution of Absence reports.
  • Exit interviews.

       2. Using our payroll system for checking and inputting basic data.

Hart is committed to supporting and developing all their staff and creating a culture that is inclusive, innovative and enjoyable and they support their staff in maintaining a good work life balance. We have just adopted a new Agile Working Policy. 

Hart offers an excellent package of benefits which include for this post:

  • A generous leave entitlement
  • Excellent working environment
  • Flexible working arrangements 
  • Support for continuous professional development
  • Local Government Pension Scheme
  • Confidential Employee Assistance Programme
  • Free car parking

Interviews are scheduled to be held on site at Hart District Council Offices.

Please read the HR & Payroll Apprentice Job Description for further information.

For further information regarding the post, please contact Ashely.grist@hart.gov.uk or Brijesh.mehta@hart.gov.uk.

Please include a supporting statement (2 sides of A4) outlining why you are interested in the role and how your knowledge and experience makes you a great candidate.

Apply for this role using Job reference H21/25


Website Project Officer

Salary: Grade G £30,148 - £32,585  
Job reference: H21/21
Hours per week: 37 
Location: Fleet in Hart District
Type: Fixed Term (12 months)
Closing Date: Monday 1 November 9am
Interview date: Week commencing Monday 8 November 

Hart District, in rural North East Hampshire, is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the UK. The Council works hard to make a positive contribution to the lives of its residents by delivering continuous improvement and innovation in service delivery.

We’re looking for a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join our Communications Team as a Website Project Officer. You will help us develop and launch our new corporate website. 

Reporting to the Communication & Engagement Manager, the successful candidate will play a major role in the project. You will be the lead on content migration and development of customer journeys across the new site. You will also manage the different workstreams across the project. 

Combining real creativity with the ability to coordinate multiple stakeholders, you should have a track record of taking the initiative in project management. This exciting opportunity is a one year fixed term post.

Hart is committed to supporting and developing all their staff and creating a culture that is inclusive, innovative and enjoyable and they support their staff in maintaining a good work life balance. We have just adopted a new Agile Working Policy. 

Hart offers an excellent package of benefits which include for this post:

  • A generous leave entitlement
  • Excellent working environment
  • Flexible working arrangements 
  • Support for continuous professional development
  • Local Government Pension Scheme
  • Confidential Employee Assistance Programme
  • Free car parking

Interviews are scheduled to be held on site at Hart District Council offices. 

Please read the Website Project Officer Job Description for further information.

For further information regarding the post, please contact steven.bennett@hart.gov.uk or amy.summers@hart.gov.uk

Please include a supporting statement (2 sides of A4) outlining why you are interested in the role and how your knowledge and experience makes you a great candidate.

Apply for this role using Job reference H21/21


IT Technical Officer

Salary: Grade F (£27,041 - £29,286)  
Job reference: H21/24
Hours per week: 37 
Location: Fleet in Hart District (NE Hampshire)
Type: Permanent
Closing Date: 17 October 2021
Interview date: Week Commencing 25 October

Hart District, in rural North East Hampshire, is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the UK. The Council works hard to make a positive contribution to the lives of its residents by delivering continuous improvement and innovation in service delivery.

An opportunity has arisen in IT team with Corporate Services for a graduate or someone with a couple of years' experience.  The successful applicant will be a part of a team of three, supporting and developing the council’s information and technology systems.  

You will get involved in supporting on-premise and remote users via the latest Microsoft technologies such as O365, SharePoint Online Intune, Autopilot, Defender for Endpoint and O365 as well as supporting a desktop/laptop estate.

The key responsibilities for the role of IT Technical Officer are as follows:

  • System Management – Assist in the build and installation of IT applications
  • Development – Assist in the design, development and maintenance of new IT systems
  • User take up – Assist in the roll out, adoption and training of the council’s IT systems

Hart is committed to supporting and developing all their staff and creating a culture that is inclusive, innovative and enjoyable and they support their staff in maintaining a good work life balance. We have just adopted a new Agile Working Policy. 

Hart offers an excellent package of benefits which include for this post:

  • A generous leave entitlement
  • Excellent working environment
  • Flexible working arrangements 
  • Support for continuous professional development
  • Local Government Pension Scheme
  • Confidential Employee Assistance Programme
  • Free car parking

Interviews are scheduled to be held on site at Hart District Council Offices.

Please read the IT Technical Officer Job Description for further information.

For further information regarding the post, please contact alistair.trigg@Hart.gov.uk.

Please include a supporting statement (2 sides of A4) outlining why you are interested in the role and how your knowledge and experience makes you a great candidate.

Apply for this role using Job reference H21/24


Recently closed vacancies

Senior Tree Officer

Salary: Grade i (£37,516 - £40,471) 
Job reference: H21/23
Hours per week: 37
Location: Fleet in Hart District (NE Hampshire)
Type: Permanent 
Closing Date: 8 October 2021
Interview: TBC 

Please read the Senior Tree Officer Job Description for further information.


Hart District Council is an equal opportunities employer. View the Employment Application privacy notice that will apply if you are taken forward to the interview stage. Our corporate policies for more information about our working practices and policies. You can also find out more generally about working in local government and career opportunities for young people

We support Hart Voluntary Action (HVA). HVA's Volunteer Centre promotes and supports the development of volunteering and they have a range of volunteering opportunities available in the Hart District. For more information please visit the HVA website.