Do you want to make a positive impact on communities?
The Public Sector covers a wide and diverse range of organisations (such as councils, police, and NHS) who are responsible for providing all public services, including education, social care, emergency services such as police, ambulance and fire, healthcare, housing, and refuse collection.
There are lots of different career opportunities to choose from, which can have a real impact on the lives of individuals and communities in Norfolk and Suffolk. The public sector offers a diverse range of career opportunities, job security, continuing professional development, good working conditions, and a good pension.
There is something to suit almost everybody, some careers will require a higher level of education than others depending on which area you are interested in.
Have a look at the different areas below which will provide you with further information and what steps you need to take for a career in the Public Sector!
- 870,100 people live in Norfolk, using our public services
- The Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service was called to deal with 788 building fires in 2021/22
- In 2021/22 there were 563,831 FTE teachers in total across the UK
English • Maths • Science • Biology • Psychology • Sociology • ICT • Business
Jobs ideas for this industry:
Care Worker • Police Officer • Teacher • Teaching Assistant • Environmental Health Officer • Nurse • Fire Fighter • Town Planner • Trading Standards Officer • Administrator • Social Worker • Project Officer • Housing Officer (For more, check out the Job Areas below!)
- > Health and Social Care (NHS, Social Care etc.)
- > Education, Training & Charity (Education, Teaching etc.)
Explore this industry in detail through the job areas below which include detailed job ideas, local employers and opportunities.