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3 days ago

Headteacher – new

Worcestershire County Council Himbleton, England

Leadership Scale L8-L14 Required for 1st September 2015 Due to the retirement of our Headteacher, we are looking to appoint a skilled, committed and… Worcestershire County Council

3 days ago

Deputy Headteacher - Student Services – new

Worcestershire County Council Kidderminster, England

Leadership Scale L15-L19 Required for 13th April 2015 Summer Term Due to the current post holders successful promotion to headship, we are looking… Worcestershire County Council

2 days ago

Educational Psychologists (x 2) – new


Worcestershire County Council Educational Psychologists (x 2) Full-time, permanent About Us We are a small, friendly, highly supportive service of… Adzuna

3 days ago

Deputy Headteacher – new

Worcestershire County Council Birmingham, England

Leadership Scale Group 2, Leadership 8-12 With effect from 13th April 2015 The person appointed as Deputy Headteacher will: -lead and inspire staff… Worcestershire County Council

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Worcestershire County Chairman Gordon Yarranton
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    Great work-life balance, great training and professional development opportunities

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    Former Employee - Senior Data and Information Officer in Worcester, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Senior Data and Information Officer in Worcester, England (UK)

    I worked at Worcestershire County


    Open plan, bright office space
    Pleasant surroundings for lunch time socialising and walks
    Good flexi-time working arrangements
    Good annual leave
    Positive, collaborative environment. Not very hierarchical.
    Clear and transparent pay structure
    Great in-house training opportunities if you desire project management, IT skills, etc.
    Fairly good job security, even in current climate.


    Pay is lower than comparable positions in private sector.
    Jobs are strictly in set pay-bands, so once you get to top of salary band you must leave the job to progress.
    Most vacancies are automatically advertised externally irrespective of internal talent or promotion-seeking employees, so you must apply for more senior posts as an external candidate and compete with everyone.
    Moving within council is regarded by management as resignation and move to a new external post.
    Good job security does nfortunately mean that some less-than-great employees are sort of "unflushable". Incompetence in these employees is known of, and bore by rest of their team.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Promote "One Council" vision in recruitment and career development processes. If someone wants to move one rung up on the ladder at the moment, there is very little incentive for them to stay within the council even if they want to. Moving directorate usually involves formal resignation, formal acceptance of new offer, completing several payroll and other forms, reapplying for another CRB check (if applicable) and so on.


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