Our 23,000 staff touches the lives of Surrey residents each day in a host of different ways. Making streets safer, making Surrey's beautiful countryside easier to access or responding to fires and road accidents. Some have less visible, but no less critical roles, preparing for possible emergencies, auditing our business and protecting the interests of our children. Of course we don't do all this by ourselves - we work with volunteers and partner organisations, drawing on their skills and commitment.
The diversity of our services, professionalism and innovation of our staff make Surrey County Council a rewarding place to work and public service one of the most rewarding careers. Our effectiveness as a county council relies on skilled and committed staff who takes pride in their work. Our workforce is built on open and fair employment practices and staff are valued throughout their working lives. We offer all of our staff attractive benefits, and actively encourage their career development with a continuing programme of training and support. And, just as our success and continued improvement is recognised and rewarded with additional funding, we're equally keen on recognising and rewarding everyone in our team who goes that little bit further to deliver outstanding services.
Surrey County Council particularly welcomes applications from underrepresented groups including ethnicity, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.