We are one of Kent's largest employers and what we do affects the daily lives of our residents, visitors, businesses and workers.
We value our staff as individuals and aim to help them to achieve their full potential we:
All of our staff are expected to live by our core values. These values affect everything we do with customers, partners and each other. We:
Our full terms and conditions of employment are in the Kent Scheme (PDF, 2.1 MB).
As a member of staff you will have access to a competitive range of benefits, including:
We want to reflect the diversity of Kent's community in the people who work for us.
Employing people with different perspectives, ideas, backgrounds and experiences helps us develop and deliver excellent services.
We have been approved to use the 'two ticks' symbol for the 10th year running because of our positive policies on the recruitment and retention of disabled people.
This means we have signed up to key commitments:
Displaying the 'two ticks' symbol shows that we are serious about providing employment opportunities for disabled people. It makes it clear to potential disabled job applicants that we welcome their applications and will focus on their abilities.
We have 4 staff groups to help us speak directly with our employees and customers about equality and diversity issues, they are:
We are committed to keeping our staff healthy and well, both in and out of work. This includes helping our staff achieve a positive work/life balance and providing benefits such as flexible working, career breaks and the opportunity to buy or sell annual leave.
The type of things we provide are:
The Garden of England is the perfect place to live, work and play.
With its bustling towns and peaceful landscapes why not have the best of both worlds and consider working in Kent.
Kent has excellent road and rail links to London and the continent, making it the perfect location for work and leisure.
By rail, London St Pancras is 17 minutes from Ebbsfleet and 37 minutes from Ashford.
If you have a family, find out about the range of schools and childcare options available to you:
We have a number of historical towns and coastal towns as well as shopping centres and bustling high streets - find out about the different destinations.
With more than 200 parks, 100 walks and many cycle routes Kent is a great place if you enjoy the outdoors.