Mission: "To create stronger and more resilient communities"
I have been working at Wiltshire Council full-time
Opportunities for learning and development. Flexible working is a big plus, being able to start and finish at different times, love it. Supportive managers who are there to provide guidance and support, frequent 1-2-1s also track progress. The trust that managers have for their staff is great, from my first day I felt apart of the team. County Hall itself is a nice building to work in, being a lover of food, the atrium offers quite the selection.
Cuts to the budget, although not really Wiltshire Council's fault here.
Hot desks at times can be a little bit annoying.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work!
I applied online. I interviewed at Wiltshire Council.
20 minutes of questions with 2 interviewers mostly based around the behavioural framework and customer service. Highly focused on 'community' aspect of the job. Interview followed by an ICT test, testing research, accuracy and presentation skills.
Wow! Were we excited to see ex-Pussycat Dolls Kimberly Wyatt make an appearance at County Hall, Trowbridge this week. The Atrium was certainly full of excitement and noise as 450 primary school pupils from local schools attended to see her launch her new book