Living and working in Buckinghamshire
- Well connected to London with tube connections in Amersham and Chesham.
- One hour National Rail service into London Marylebone
- Glorious countryside on your doorstep with the highest number of National Trust attractions in the UK
- Locations to suit a range of lifestyles and budgets
- Excellent road connections to M25, M1, M4, M40
- Exceptional schools across the county
What Buckinghamshire Council can offer you
- A great worklife balance
- Pay and financial benefits
- The chance to contribute to your local community
- Generous leave entitlement
- Career development
- Our culture
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Top job categories
We support many primary and secondary schools in Buckinghamshire to find the right fit for their roles. Whether you are a qualified teacher, teaching assistant or school support staff looking for a new challenge, you’ll find all of our current opportunities here.
Our dedicated Social Care and Education teams do everything they can to support those who really need it. Whether it’s helping our more vulnerable residents to live as independently as possible or supporting children to reach their full potential, ensuring the best outcomes for our residents is at the heart of what they do.
Buckinghamshire is a diverse and ever changing county, with exciting challenges and opportunities for development. By joining one of our Transport, Housing or Planning teams, you’ll be involved in high profile projects and see the direct impact of your work within the community. You’ll support us in delivering the results our residents and businesses deserve.
Our Communities teams cover the neighbourhood, transport, sport, culture and leisure services throughout Buckinghamshire. They ensure the services we provide to our local community are running as effectively as possible. We offer a wide range of job roles in areas such as waste, flood management teams, environmental roles, school transport and libraries.
We are firm believers in growing our own talent and love nothing more than seeing our employees develop throughout their careers with us. We have a dedicated team who look after all apprenticeship and graduate applications. Or if you would like to spend some time with us on work experience, you will find the latest opportunities here.
From specialised HR professionals, to ICT specialists and business support administrators, our corporate roles are vital in supporting all services across the council. Whether you have a background in one of our key areas, or are looking for a new challenge, this could be the route for you.