Milton Keynes Council

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There can be no greater advertisement for Milton Keynes than the thousands of business that have developed here and those that have chosen to locate here over the years. Milton Keynes is the number one city for job creation in the UK. As Milton Keynes expands by another 28,000 homes over the next few years, it will become the largest city in the south of England after London. Be a part of the fastest growing economy outside of London. At Milton Keynes Council we take great pride in our city, and we are always looking for people that can help us grow and share our vision.

Home is where the heart is, and that’s why people love living and working in Milton Keynes. It’s the perfect place to call home, boasting a brilliant mix of the new and the old with some villages dating back to the 1200’s. It doesn’t stop there! Milton Keynes is a vibrant ever-expanding City, an exciting entertainment destination with endless places to eat and drink. Only 33 minutes  from London and situated right next to the M1! Milton Keynes is a great place to work and live, within easy reach of London and yet still one of the country’s greenest cities. Milton Keynes is known for innovation and creativity, attracting a young and diverse population.

We have exciting career opportunities and a strong emphasis on a healthy work life balance. Our innovative benefits packages sets us apart from other employers! To find out more, why not visit our website

Social Work opportunities at Milton Keynes Council

As an employer, Milton Keynes Council is committed to identifying talent in its workforce and offering appropriate support which develops individuals to meet their full potential. We offer a wide portfolio of training, and offer a real commitment to Continuing Professional Development. For newly qualified staff, we will enrol them on the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE) Programme. This provides development opportunities all through the year and they are supported by a qualified experienced professional throughout their year of learning and development.

The Council recognises the unique contribution that social workers bring to partnership working and we offer excellent opportunities for joint working with colleagues in health across all services.

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