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What's it like working here?


Our staff are passionate about the work they do and take an innovative and aspirational approach to their work. As an employer we recognise the value and experience our staff bring to the council and in return we offer fulfilling, stimulating and challenging opportunities, in a professional and friendly working environment.

To maintain this working environment, we clarify the behaviours expected of everyone at work, in our Competency Framework.

But don’t just take our word for it, find out what our staff have to say about what it is really like working here.

What our staff say

My story - from Business Administration Apprentice to Accountancy Assistant

I started here as a Business Administration Apprentice. I attended college once a week and I worked the remaining four days at the council carrying out general admin tasks such as filing, monitoring emails and answering queries. During this time I also undertook various training on things like Excel and minute taking.

Bronwyn Boast
Accountancy Assistant

What other activities have you been involved with?

I took part in one of the Council’s charity auction events and won a bid for a cricket lesson! I will now be joining the Council’s Cricket Team in the summer. I have also joined the LEO running club and run most weeks.

Michael Josh
Project Manager

What development opportunities have you had since joining the council?

I’ve had lots of opportunity to develop my skills and experience with TWBC, which is one of the many great things about working here. I was lucky enough to go on a secondment as an MKIP Programme Manager; a partnership opportunity working across three different councils, which greatly improved my project management and business case development skills. The MKIP Programme Manager role was my launch pad for my successful appointment as Head of Policy and Governance.

Jane Clarke
Head of Policy and Governance