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Worcestershire County Council is one of the largest and most progressive employers in the region. Our communities are at the heart of everything we do and as such, they have shaped our four priorities:
We are a local authority with big ambitions for the future. Collaborating innovatively with a wide range of partners, we are committed to delivering a World Class Worcestershire - a county with a prosperous economy, thriving communities and an environment we can all be proud of.
Our shortlisting process assesses you against the essential and desirable criteria for the role (see the person specification). To progress to the next stage of selection, you need to show in your application form, how you meet the criteria.
Applications should be made online through WM Jobs. In exceptional circumstances, alternative formats of the application form are available upon request.
If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments, please let us know on your application form, or by contacting us directly.
Recruitment Services Team
We are committed to providing all employees with training and development opportunities that are appropriate to their personal needs and those of the organisation as a whole. Involving yourself in ongoing learning throughout your career is an essential part of the job, and one that will be supported by your manager and the Development and Training team. Financial assistance and other support are available for employees undertaking training relevant to organisational needs. We also offer employees undertaking approved courses paid pre-examination leave to revise.
In addition to competitive salaries, we offer attractive benefits to our employees. Some of the standout benefits include:
The County Council is committed to promoting equality and diversity.
We are a 'Two Ticks' employer which means we will guarantee an interview to any candidate with a disability who meets or could potentially meet the essential criteria (please see 'How to apply').
In line with the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, we do not automatically reject applicants with a criminal record. Every application will be considered individually, taking into account the nature and circumstances of the conviction and the type of work applied for. You will not be asked to disclose 'spent' convictions unless the work requires access to children and vulnerable adults.