About Veritau

The Veritau group provides assurance services to local authorities, schools and other public sector clients. We make sure that organisations are operating effectively, mitigating risks and complying with laws and regulations.

Our main services include internal audit, counter fraud, information governance and risk management. We’re owned by our member councils, meaning our work sits at the heart of the public sector. Our main offices are in York and Northallerton, but we provide services across the country.

We’ve been recognised as an Investor in People since 2011. This award recognises that principles and practices around supporting people are in place, and everyone understands how to use them to make work better.

Veritau is also signed up to the Good Business Charter, an accreditation that seeks to raise the bar on business practices for employees, the environment, customers and suppliers.

We are an accredited Living Wage Employer. We strongly believe that a hard day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay and are proud to show our commitment to ensuring everyone can earn enough to live on.

We are registered with the Disability Confident scheme and encourage applications from disabled people. We are committed to an inclusive recruitment process and working environment.


Flexible – you can work from any of our offices, be based at home, or adopt a hybrid working approach. We may occasionally require you to attend an office for meetings and training events, visit client offices or other premises, and undertake other client related activities. However, during the induction period, we will expect employees to work in one of our main offices for a number of days. This is to support training and learning, and to provide you with the opportunity to meet other team members. We will arrange travel and accommodation depending on personal circumstances.

Veritau’s graduate trainee programme lasts two years and includes completing a professional qualification in the relevant field. Trainees are supported throughout the programme, with paid study leave and experienced colleagues who act as mentors.

Our trainee roles represent an excellent opportunity to train for a professional career in the public sector. The package includes membership of a generous pension scheme and 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays, rising to 30 days after five years of service.

We also offer flexible working arrangements which allow you to work at home and at times to suit you as far as possible.

How to apply

To find out more about our current vacancies, and apply using the Veritau online application, please visit www.veritau.co.uk/careers. If you require any documentation in a different format, please email us at [email protected].

Unfortunately there are no current vacancies at Veritau.