We are creating something extraordinary that impacts over half a million Londoners every single day.
Richmond and Wandsworth Councils have created a unique joint shared staffing model that focuses on creative service design, new ways of working in a positive and supportive working culture. We work together across services and boundaries inside and outside the Council to deliver vital public services.
We are rapidly evolving and need a flexible, talented and committed public service workforce in many different jobs and professions. Ultimately, you will be putting local people at the heart of everything we do and work together across services and boundaries inside and outside the Council to deliver vital public services.
There has never been a more challenging – or rewarding – time to work for Richmond and Wandsworth.
The work we do is varied and different jobs require different skills, but whatever your role, your work and behaviour will revolve around three important values.
Our people are working in partnership to deliver our goals and aspirations.
We have made a commitment to work in partnership to deliver on our goals and aspirations. It is a unique opportunity to do new things, make a mark and be part of a groundbreaking organisation that is fit for the future.
Our people work in a uniquely stimulating political environment.
The Leaders of Richmond and Wandsworth Councils have huge ambitions for their local areas. They are also at the cutting edge of policy development and are politically influential in London and nationally. Our staff are responsible for delivering on these big political aspirations, often in a very high-profile context.
Our fundamental vision is a focus on our residents.
We both have a well evidenced history as excellent councils with high levels of resident satisfaction. It is essential that we continue to maintain and improve the high standards the residents of both boroughs have become accustomed to. We see the maintenance of specialisms and expertise as central to these high standards.
Updated: 15 February 2018