St Albans District Council
Tel: 01727 819335
About St Albans District Council
Make St Albans work for you!
Improve your lifestyle, enjoy more quality time and
a better Work Life Balance
Working at the Council can be very rewarding. Our services affect the daily lives of people in our community in many different ways, and our staff feel like they’re making a difference to people’s lives, whilst working in a positive and flexible environment.
We can offer you the opportunity to try something new or take your career to the next level. We are looking for talented, enthusiastic people who want to take on a job and really make it their own. You can gain a wide range of knowledge, skills and experience with us and develop to your full potential.
Many people still face the challenges of balancing work and home life. For many of our employees today—both male and female—their daily lives involve a host of family and other personal responsibilities and interests.
The Council recognises the importance of finding this balance and offers a range of different programs and initiatives, such as flexi-time flexible working arrangements in the form of part-time, job-share, compressed hours, full and partial home working. These are available across a range of roles from administrative level to senior specialist roles.
We also have a casual register of people looking to work flexibly and when needed to provide support at peak times during the year.
This includes covering local elections, supporting key events held within the district and covering holidays and other absences.
We also offer a range of benefits including childcare voucher scheme, train season ticket loan/discount, health initiatives and a leisure discount scheme. And these are just some of the many benefits you’ll receive when you join us.
St Albans City & District Council
8 jobs with St Albans District Council
You will have demonstrable expertise in managing stakeholder engagement
We are looking for an experienced Communications Officer, with first rate written and people skills, to join our team
As a Trainee Building Control Assistant working within the built environment
In this post, you will assist in the delivery of a Development Plan making service to offer a seamless spatial planning service.
You will lead on the consideration and negotiation of complex planning applications to facilitate the implementation of the Local Plan
In this post, you will undertake a variety of building surveys to report, analyse and rectify complex repairs and building defect issues
You will provide professional advice and guidance on all aspects of our service to users to meet statutory and service requirements.
We are looking for a talented individual to assist the Area Team Leaders in the management of our Area Teams