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Information for Job Applicants

Information for Job Applicants

jobs and careers headerThank you for expressing an interest in working for Worcestershire County Council. If you would like more information about the organisation, or the job you are applying for, or want to request this leaflet in an alternative format, please call 01905 765765.

About Worcestershire County Council:

We are one of the largest and most progressive employers in the region, with over 18,500 staff and an annual turnover in excess of £750million. We serve over 500,000 citizens living in Worcestershire providing a huge range of services.

Our corporate priorities are improving community safety, raising standards in schools, enhancing services to young people, improving transport links, providing care for vulnerable and older residents and strengthening the county’s economy. We also work in partnership with a number of local businesses, voluntary organisations and other local authorities such as district and parish councils.

Our ‘Way of Working’ values are:

• Customer focus: Providing high quality services which meet the expressed needs of the community
• ‘Can do’ culture: Encouraging solutions and creative ways of working not blocked by bureaucracy
• Freedom within boundaries: Devolving decision-making and ensuring services are responsive to needs 

Benefits Package:

Application and the Recruitment Process

Further Information

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External websites

  • CycleScheme
    Get a tax-free bike, which for most people means they save about 40% of the cost.  

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This page was last reviewed 26 March 2013 at 13:07.
The page is next due for review 22 September 2014.