Broadland and South Norfolk Kickstart Scheme - Registration of Interest

We have received a lot of interest in the Kickstart scheme and we are currently processing the expressions of interest we have received to date. We are progressing the first cohort of Kickstart partners and will look to progress a second cohort in January 2021.

You can still register your interest with us by completing the form below. We will be in contact with you in January, after we have progressed the first cohort of Kickstart partners, and provide an application form and a template role profile for each participating business to ensure that placements match the criteria set out by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
 
 

1. First name *

 

2. Surname *

 

3. Business name *

 

4. Postcode *

 

5. Email *

 

6. Telephone *

 

7. How many new jobs are you looking to create? *

 

8. Job title(s) *

 

9. Please state what activity/activities will be carried out by this/these job placement(s): *

 

10. What skills/personal qualities are needed for this/these placement(s)? *

 

11. What sector is your business in? *

 
Broadland District and South Norfolk Council (as joint data controllers) take your privacy very seriously and provides the following information in compliance with data protection legislation. Under data protection legislation we lawfully process any personal information provided to us with your consent.

By submitting this form, you consent to us processing your personal data collected for the purpose of administering the Kickstart Scheme and contacting you regarding this only. We will retain this data for one year from the date the registration of interest closes.

Your Rights

Under data protection legislation you have the right to request access to, rectification, restriction, object, erasure and portability of your data. You can find out more about these rights in our Data Protection Policies, available on our websites. You can contact our Data Protection Officer at: DPO@broadland.gov.uk or right2know@s-norfolk.gov.uk. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office.