Working in Lincolnshire

working for the council

Ever wondered what it’s like to work for the council? On this page you can find out what councils offer for graduates, the possible roles and benefits available, and where in Lincolnshire you could work.

Core SectorsAreas in sector
Children’s ServicesSchools, youth centres, nurseries, fostering and adoption and student support
Highway Roads & TransportTraffic management and road safety, airports, harbours and tolls, highways and public transport.
Adult ServicesNursing, residential care, physical / mental /l earning disability services, employment support
HousingSocial housing, welfare service, homelessness, housing strategy
Cultural ServicesCulture & heritage, museums and galleries, recreation and sport, open spaces, playgrounds parks, tourism, visitor information, marketing, libraries
Environmental ServicesCemetery, community safety, trading standards, food safety, pollution, pest control, licensing (alcohol, entertainment), agriculture, waste collection, recycling, street cleaning
Planning & DevelopmentBuilding and development, conservation & listed buildings, policy, economic and community developments
Protective ServicesFire & rescue, court services
Central ServicesLocal tax collection, registration (birth/death/marriages), elections, emergency planning, local land changing
Core ServicesHR, Finance, Senior Management, IT, Marketing
  • … gives you the ability to make a real difference to people’s lives by implementing change and supporting the council’s essential services.

  • … enables you to make positive changes that make the place you live better.

  • … means that you’re able to build a network of professionals across a large number of sectors to support your future career.

  • … is a unique experience. No other organisation sees as many core departments working together to achieve the same goal, this gives employees a huge sense of job satisfaction and makes them feel like they’re all part of one team.

  • … particularly by starting on their graduate scheme means you can work across different departments, developing a host of transferable skills, tackling dynamic problems, and gaining a multitude of industry knowledge in the process.

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