We’re constantly looking ahead as we work to improve lives and develop careers. It’s what makes a career here so meaningful. No matter your specialism or the stage you’re at, you’ll find that your skills are truly valued by us and our communities.
When you join us, you’ll have the chance to discover a wide range of career paths. Or, with the excellent learning and development opportunities we offer, you can hone your skills and develop an area of specialism. Either way, we’ll help you to achieve your goals. So you can be sure you’ll work with pride – and with purpose.
But don’t just take it from us. Meet some of our people and read about their experiences:
School Crossing Patrol -Area organizer
No matter where you join us at Staffordshire County Council, you’ll do vital work for our communities. This means having a career that’s fulfilling, challenging and rewarding – just ask Dougie, who manages our School Crossing Patrol Service. He and his patrol teams make crossing our roads safer, bringing peace of mind to thousands of children and families. They’re right at the heart of Staffordshire’s communities, and work with pride and purpose every day – come rain or shine. And it’s something you can do too, whatever your role here.
District Operational Lead
We make things happen for our teams, so they can focus on what matters most - creating positive change for everyone in Staffordshire. It’s something that Trandeep does day in, day out. As a District Operational Lead, he’s passionate about giving vulnerable children and young people more opportunities, and making sure we’re achieving the very best outcomes for them. If something can be done better, he’s on it, and we’re right there beside him. We listen. We scrutinise. We change. Because in everything we do, we work with pride and purpose. Now it’s your chance to do the same.
When you’re part of Staffordshire County Council, you’ll do something that matters. Just take Monica, for example. As one of our Library Services team, she’s at the heart of Staffordshire’s communities - lending an ear, giving a helping hand, being a friendly voice at the end of the phone. From making sure everyone can get engrossed in a good book to simply listening to someone’s story, Monica’s there for people, just like we are for her. So no matter where you join us, you’ll enjoy our wholehearted support and enjoy a career packed with pride and purpose.
Waste Contracts Officer
Meet Rachel. She’s part of our Sustainability and Waste Management team, who make sure Staffordshire’s waste is disposed of or recycled properly and responsibly. It’s the kind of thing you might not think about every day, but it’s something that impacts all of us across the county. In fact, you could say the same for a lot of our careers at Staffordshire County Council. We’re always there, quietly doing good for our people and communities. It gives each of us an immense feeling of pride and purpose, and it’s something you can feel too, no matter where you join us.
Learning and Development Manager
Freedom and space to grow. A focus on you and your ambitions. Support to develop at your own pace, in your own way. You’ll find all this, and more, at Staffordshire County Council. Thanks to people like Sakhu in our Learning and Development team, you’ll have everything you need to build your skills and knowledge. He empowers our colleagues to go from strength to strength, progress in their careers, and ultimately achieve even more for our communities. That’s what you can look forward to if you join us, but more importantly, you’ll get to work with pride and purpose, every single day.
- Two Staffordshire companies have been recognised for their contribution to business in the 2023 King's Awards for Enterprise.
- A Staffordshire business who has benefitted from borrowing a carbon dioxide monitor to improve ventilation within their workplace, is urging others to take advantage of the free scheme.
- A Stafford school that moved into a brand-new location in 2020 has had its official opening celebration today (Wednesday).
- Staffordshire residents can play their part in minimising the spread of Covid-19 this summer, by getting fully vaccinated and taking sensible precautions.