Join our team and you could live and work in a unique area, minutes from both the coast and countryside.
Not only is the area steeped in history, but offers affordable housing, outstanding schools, and excellent transport links to some of the most vibrant cities in the North of England.
Whether you want to relax and unwind in one of our country pubs, enjoy a family day trip at the beach, treat yourself to some of our finest local produce at one of the many restaurants or simply explore the great outdoors, there is something for everyone. You’ll always be minutes away from everything you want and need.
The Trust serves an area of approximately 120 square miles bounded by the North Sea to the east and the Humber Estuary to the north. To the south and west the area is linked up by a comprehensive road network as well as rail, ferry and air links. The East Riding of Yorkshire covers a huge area stretching from the north bank of the Humber up to the North Yorkshire boundary and over to the east coast, including the bustling city of Hull and the historic town of Beverley.
House prices can hugely impact on the quality of life for people moving to the area. With housing and living costs well below the national average, you’ll enjoy a higher disposable income.
The area also benefits from some of the country’s best grammar schools, including Caistor Grammar in Market Rasen, King Edward VI Grammar in Louth and Queen Elizabeth’s High School in Gainsborough. Not to mention the many ‘Outstanding’ rated public schools in our region.
The Humber Bridge and M62 motorway provide access to North and West Yorkshire, and cities such as Hull, Lincoln, Doncaster, Leeds, Sheffield and Manchester. We have excellent regional rail links, which means London, is just a few hours away by train. Humberside airport and Robin Hood airport are on our doorstep. You’ll also find Manchester, Leeds/Bradford and East Midlands airports within easy reach. Not forgetting the convenient ferry services that operate from Hull to some of Europe’s finest cities. North Lincolnshire is home to an extremely diverse set of traditions, history and lifestyles, which combine to make the area truly unique.
You can find out more about working and living in the area on our dedicated Careers website.