Talent Bank Supply Register and Departmental Relief Register

Find out more information on the Talent Bank recruitment process that provides a route to apply or register an interest to be recruited onto our Supply Register and Departmental Relief Register.

All the posts on the Talent Bank Supply Register and Departmental Relief Register are temporary positions.

The roles on the Supply Register are for:

The roles on the Departmental Relief Register are for Relief Care and Reablement Worker.

You can view the progress of your application or view which stage you are at by logging into your portal on the Applicant Tracking System.

When your pre-employment checks have been concluded satisfactorily, you will be contacted to discuss opportunities available and your preferences. You will need to think about your notice period if you are in employment before considering any available vacancies on the registers.

Supply Register

When you join the Supply Register your details are put forward to managers who have vacancies with temporary contracts. If you are identified as a match with any of their vacancies you will be contacted for an informal chat about the contracts available to see whether they suit your requirements, such as length of contract or preferred job location. You will be given induction training and on-going support.

The contracts offered on the Supply Register are for full-time or part-time temporary posts and can vary in duration. All posts are located at different sites across Nottinghamshire, but you will not be expected to travel far from your main work base.  When your temporary contract is due to end, we ask that you get in touch six weeks before the end date to confirm whether there is further work or not or whether your temporary contract can be extended. Declining a contract will not affect your place on the Supply Register.

You will have a Worker Passport which enables you to have a supportive conversation on performance at work with your nominated manager. This will be reviewed and completed at the end of your contract or before you move onto any further work on the Register.

I found my journey on the supply register to be positive, insightful, rewarding and extremely supportive. As I have progressed, I have recommended the supply register to many of the students whom I have supported in the past – and they too have quickly evolved into well-established social workers within NCC. I truly feel that without the support received via the supply register this would not have been possible. -  Rachel Hewitt, Senior Practitioner Social Worker


The induction process was thorough with opportunities to learn on the job. I have been working in this team for 7 months now, gaining different skills, knowledge, and experience, and have successfully obtained a full-time permanent position in another team. I would advise anyone to apply and join the register to help make a difference to people. - Ginny Bullock, Community Care Officer

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