Elmbridge Borough Council may not be an organisation that you have heard of, but it is one that you should consider for your next job role.
We are located in Esher, Surrey and cover towns such as Weybridge and Walton-on-Thames. You may not be based in the Borough but rest assured that there are good rail and road links to London and the South East.
With a gross annual expenditure of £70M, we have a workforce of over 300 people and are supported by countless volunteers and numerous partner organisations. We are a progressive organisation; one that prides itself on listening to our customers and to providing high quality services as cost effectively as possible. You can find out more about what we do in our Council Plan and Annual Report.
We believe in collaborative working, challenging ourselves to work smarter and above all, we place our residents at the centre of everything we do.
We are really keen on learning and development and more than willing to create a bespoke learning and development package for you. We want you to thrive at Elmbridge; if you enjoy your role and feel valued then both the organisation and our residents benefit.
There is also the flexibility; if you are seeking that elusive work life balance but don’t want to give up the challenging and thought-provoking parts of the job, then we could be the organisation for you.
Our values underpin everything we do:
Respect - we are considerate, tolerant and attentive to the opinions of colleagues and customers
Customer service - we put our customers at the heart of everything we do
Progressive - we are flexible and open to improvement and development
Our competencies are based on our values and outline the skills and behaviours we expect of all our employees.
Our employment pledge
We are committed to attracting and retaining high quality talent from both the public and private sectors.
We are also an equal opportunities employer and embrace the values of diversity in all aspects of employment and in the delivery of services. As such we welcome applications from all sections of the community.
We have signed the ‘time to change employer pledge’ to end mental health discrimination and we are signed up to the disability confident scheme.