Our caseworkers need to learn and keep pace with changes in the law, practice and systems – there are no shortcuts to building land registration expertise.
Working at HM Land Registry
Community has the power to lift spirits, promote tolerance and provide acceptance – and James Wand has found it in abundance since joining HM Land Registry this year.
Our Chief Economist Gian Paolo is one of the many carers working for HM Land Registry who benefit from a variety of support, including flexible, part-time and job share hours, and now have their own staff network too.
Flexible hours, regular check-ins from colleagues and her manager, kind personal messages, engaging content in newsletters and team meetings have made Aishah Din feel supported and included during the Muslim month of Ramadan.
Join us and you’ll be welcomed into open, friendly, knowledgeable teams to work with experts and receive the training you need. Each of our colleagues plays a key part in achieving our aims and whether you’re with us for two years or 20, you’ll be valued for who you are and what you bring to our organisation.
"Incredibly enjoyable and rewarding." James and Punit, two of the 572 apprentices we have taken on since 2014, tell us why they would recommend an HM Land Registry apprenticeship.
As part of our Digital, Data and Technology Directorate you'll be encouraged to push your skills to the limit and gain experience on a wide range of platforms and software. Find out more about what a role with us can offer.
Maria Gill-Williams and fellow colleagues share their experiences of volunteering in the community throughout the coronavirus pandemic and how HM Land Registry’s flexible policies have allowed them to achieve this.
On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Peter Dennis of our Disabled Employee Network reflects on how our policies are benefiting colleagues with a disability.
Flexible working hours and a Carer's Passport are just two of the ways in which HM Land Registry supports colleagues with caring responsibilities. On Carers Rights Day, Louise Brumpton tells how her family's quality of life has been transformed since she joined the organisation.