Jobs

Welcome to our recruitment page

Epsom and Ewell is home to over 79,000 residents. We deliver lots of important and sometimes little-known services which make a big difference. This can be anything from recycling and housing to wellbeing and leisure facilities. We pride ourselves as being a forward-thinking organisation.

We’re taking steps to become increasingly enterprising by working more efficiently, developing new opportunities and generating income that will allow us to invest in the services we provide.

So, if you’re passionate, creative and full of new ideas, now is an exciting time to join us…


Working for us

Working for Epsom & Ewell Borough Council will provide you with a unique opportunity to gain experience and develop skills areas across a diverse range of services, whether it’s public relations and politics or operations and business development.


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By working closely with our communities and partners, we deliver high-quality public services that make Epsom & Ewell a great place to live, work, study and visit. Our employees play a key role in helping us deliver the vital services we provide and, because of our size and ambition, working for the Council means that no two days are ever the same.

We want our employees to continually learn and develop new skills. We feel that a workplace where everyone is valued and supported is key to running a successful organisation. We make sure that all employees meet regularly with their line managers for a “My Performance Conversation.” These are designed to keep you on track and discuss your own development needs.

We are committed to making sure everyone receives the best learning and development opportunities to help deliver excellent services to our residents. Our comprehensive training will equip you with both the technical and the soft skills you will need to perform at your best.

We’re proud to be a Disability Confident employer. This means we are recognised for our support and retention of talented individuals with disabilities.

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