Registration Officers and Executives
Registration Officer and Executive posts are the usual positions available at Land Registry.
Being a Registration Officer or Registration Executive at one of our local offices provides successful candidates with the opportunity to gain experience across a wide range of essential land registration duties. Posts at Head Office in London present an opportunity to gain an insight into many policy and operational areas of Land Registry work. All posts provide a valuable platform for career progression.
Every successful applicant will benefit from comprehensive training and development opportunities, as you would expect from an organisation that has achieved Investors in People accreditation.
We do not require specific educational qualifications. Instead, the Land Registry has identified the skills and abilities that its staff should possess to perform effectively. We call these the Land Registry Core Competencies. Our Recruitment and Selection processes seek to establish whether an individual has the qualities we are looking for.
In addition to Registration Officer and Registration Executive posts, Land Registry has an occasional need to recruit specialists at a variety of grades and locations within England and Wales. These posts can be within a number of fields, and can include Finance and Accountancy, Information Technology, Personnel, or any of the other specialisms that play a vital part in the successful day to day working of the organisation.
A Diverse Workforce
Land Registry recognises and actively promotes the benefits of a diverse workforce where we aim to achieve equality of opportunity and treat all employees with dignity and respect. We seek to maximise everyone's talents so that we can meet the needs of the organisation and our customers.
We recognise that some groups in society are still more likely to suffer from unfair treatment and discrimination and will continue to work to eliminate such treatment in the Land Registry. We particularly welcome applications from sections of the community currently under-represented in the Land Registry. At present this includes people from ethnic minority backgrounds and people with disabilities.
Land Registry operates the Employment Service Disability Symbol Scheme, commonly known as 'Two Ticks', because it recognises that disabled people have been disadvantaged and under-represented within the employment market. This means that all disabled people who meet the essential criteria for the job for which they have applied will be given automatic access to the final stage of the selection process. The evidence provided on the application form will be used to judge whether the minimum standard has been demonstrated