The Borough of Lambeth is one of the largest councils in London. Delivering over 700 services to more than a quarter of a million local residents, the council offers a wide range of positions, responsibilities and key roles in a dynamic, fair and positive environment that reflects the values of its people.
Offering not only facilities like parks and sporting arenas, Lambeth Council backs up its social care with a keen regard for both leisure and education – which is why there are so many educational establishments and libraries in the Borough. As one of the most dynamic environments within London, Lambeth council offers careers that are both challenging and satisfying in social care… and beyond.
Having invested heavily in Children and Young People’s services in terms of both time and money, Lambeth council offers many challenging roles in child care and social work as well as child protection and foster care networks, where tough targets for protection and well-being are set… and met.
With the council’s invaluable, community led ‘Lambeth Working’ scheme, Lambeth residents are offered a lifeline in the face of rising unemployment and living costs in the form of help to create a CV, prepare for an interview and – if they’re already in work – make the most of their job.
Lambeth council are always on the lookout for new staff, graduates and trainees to assist in making the lives of its residents better and healthier than ever. Staff are rewarded with a competitive salary, 26 days paid annual leave, plus bank holidays. Maternity, paternity and adoption leave can be arranged, as well as flexible working hours. There’s a local government pension scheme, carpooling and bicycles schemes and special gym memberships.
For those pursuing a career in local government, health or social care, as well as everything from town planning to horticulture, there’s a wealth of generous opportunities with Lambeth council.
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