Kent County Council

Kent County Council 2022 graduate opportunities

Company Company Profile

We are one of Kent’s largest employers and what we do affects the daily lives of our residents, visitors, businesses and workers. Our main objective is to enhance the quality of life for all of Kent's residents by looking after Kent's long term future and environment and the provision of services for residents. If you’re looking for a job that makes a real difference to people’s lives, with huge potential for career development and with an employer that values diversity in its staff, recognises the importance of good work/life balance and offers an excellent rewards and benefits package, then Kent County Council could be the employer for you.

We provide a work environment which encourages staff views, team working and joint problem solving and offer a range of excellent staff benefits and rewards, including flexible working and the local government pension scheme. We are an ‘Investor in People’ so all staff have access to training and development opportunities. Our annual budget covers a huge range of services. This translates into a host of interesting roles and career paths awaiting those who want to work in a leading edge public sector organisation.

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Application Procedure

Please apply to the latest Kent County Council jobs on graduate-jobs.com.

Latest Kent County Council Jobs

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FAQs

We currently have graduates in the following areas:

  • Adult Social Care and Health – Project Management
  • Highways and Transportation
  • Business Change
  • Information Governance
  • Strategic Commissioning
  • Adult Social Care and Health Performance
  • Children’s Transformation
  • ICT Compliance and Risk
  • Finance
  • Development Operations
  • GET Project Management

Information about careers at KCC can be found here.

Do you accept 2:2 degrees?

Unfortunately, due to the vast numbers of applications we receive we are unable to accept applications from candidates who achieved a 2:2 or lower.

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