Our staff are highly engaged and committed – we know because they have told us. We do this by continuing to create an amazing place to work for amazing people to deliver services which truly matter to our customers.
Why work for us?
We’re forward thinking and ambitious - we want to solve the housing crisis in the East of England. So, we’ve created the environment where you have the space to solve problems, try new things and do what’s right for our customers.
We want to create a work environment where we help grow your best ideas.
Join our team - you’ll work with likeminded people and have the opportunity to be the best version of you.
We work in an agile way which means that we believe work is what we do and not where we go.
We provide flexible benefits which enable employees to choose what’s important to them.
We nurture our talent and provide opportunities to develop our future workforce. We are continually improving what we do and how we do it.
So, it’s our people who have created Flagship as an organisation that is a unique and inspiring place to be. Every role, no matter where in the business, plays a valuable part in delivering a service to match the needs of our customers. We are always looking to employ the best people - people who are looking to inspire us and be inspired.
Bright Futures at Flagship
Looking for a new challenge? Want to earn while you learn? Our Degree Apprenticeship in Housing Policy and Practice could be for you.
If you’re looking to work for an exciting and innovative company and be part of the future of providing homes for people in need, our new management training programme will give you the skills, confidence and qualifications to be part of our talented team.
The Bright Futures Programme offers hands-on experience, a degree, a salary, and a permanent job with us once you have finished.
To be eligible to apply, you will need GCSE grade C or above in Maths and English, and three A-Levels grade C or above (or will have) which is equivalent to 96 UCAS points.
Watch a film of our current apprentices here
Gender Pay Gap
All UK companies with more than 250 employees are now required by the government to publish a gender pay gap report on an annual basis.
The gender pay gap shows the difference in the average earnings between men and women:
- regardless of the job they have and
- compares the average hourly rate between men and women
This is different to equal pay, which is about ensuring that both men and women receive the same pay for doing the same work. We do pay men and women the same for doing the same job.
For there not to be a gender pay gap, there would need to be the same number of men and women occupying the same number of the same roles within each organisation.
At Flagship Group we offer job opportunities for everyone regardless of gender. We are committed to promoting gender equality and doing all we can to positively influence any pay gaps.
Find out more about our gender pay gap and what we are doing here.