Here at Warwick District Council, we pride ourselves on the fact that we offer you a great place to work.
We achieve our goals by recruiting and retaining motivated, empowered and flexible staff.
We are committed to training and development, and we encourage a healthy work-life balance for our staff and have achieved the National Award for England’s Health and Well-being Charter and Investors In People accreditation.
We offer the rewards and benefits that make it a great place to work.
People like you
We offer a wide range of career opportunities at every level of the organisation. From apprenticeships to senior management, permanent to fixed term contracts or part-time working, we have something for everyone.
We employ people in many different jobs and professions. Our different service areas work together as one team to ensure we are always customer focused.
Some people join us straight from school or university, others bring their vast array of experience from the commercial, public and third sectors. Whether you have decades of experience or you’re just starting out, we could have the right role for you. Just search our current vacancies.
Our vision is to make Warwick district a great place to live, work and visit. Council plans - Fit for the Future. Our aim is to ensure that our approach to resourcing, learning and development, and cultural change develop the workforce we need.
Equality and diversity
We are an Equal Opportunities employer throughout our recruitment and selection procedures, as well as learning and development, appraisal and promotion opportunities. We quite simply recruit the best person for the job. We use fair and open selection, based on knowledge and experience, skills and behaviour and welcome applications from all. We promote an environment free from discrimination, harassment and victimisation and ensure we offer equality of opportunity to all of our staff.
Warwick District Council has a constructive, transparent and cordial relationship with Unison and GMB as recognised trade unions
A great place to live
Warwick district covers 110 square miles, with over 140,000 residents in the towns of Kenilworth, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick, Whitnash and the surrounding villages.
Positioned at the centre of the UK, it has excellent road and rail links, providing easy access to the whole country.
Recently listed as the second-best place to live in the Midlands (Sunday Times 2017), Leamington Spa offers beautiful parks and gardens, achieving Green Flag status for Jephson Gardens, at the heart of the town.
The district boasts a rich cultural heritage, with two of the most popular tourist attractions being Warwick Castle and Kenilworth Castle. The Royal Pump Rooms in Leamington Spa is a cultural and tourist attraction, and there are several museums in Warwick. Warwick Racecourse is right next to the town centre and hosts televised meetings several times a year. The Royal Spa Centre runs a programme of theatre, drama, comedy, film and community events in its 794-seat main house and 160-seat studio theatre and the Royal Shakespeare theatre is in nearby Stratford upon Avon.