Career Returners @ Enfield Council

Have you had a career break and want to return to work?

Applications for 2017 are now closed

Enfield Council is partnering with Women Returners to launch the Career Returners @ Enfield Council Programme for professionals who are ready to re-start their careers after an extended career break. The paid six month work programme starts on 3rd May 2017 and the closing date for applications is 9th March 2017. The programme is open to talented professionals, both male and female, who have taken a career break of two years or more and now are looking to continue their career.

About Career Returners @ Enfield Council

This is an ideal opportunity to return to the world of work. You will placed in project teams or services where your skills and experience will be highly valued and utilised. To support you through the transition, you will receive coaching workshops from Women Returners, mentoring from a Council colleague and a comprehensive induction process as well as plenty of opportunities to network.  The Council will provide regular training to help you brush up your skills and learn about local government and working at Enfield Council. The aim is that the Programme will equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge to apply for permanent or temporary roles within the Council.

They are looking for individuals with a successful track record and relevant qualifications in the following professions:

Enfield Council offers competitive pay and benefits and is always open to conversations about part-time or other flexible working arrangements, both during and after the programme.

About Enfield Council

Enfield Council is currently a Labour Party controlled local authority with 63 councillors, representing their 21 wards.  As a leading Council in developing new ways of using people, processes and technology in public service delivery, Enfield has taken huge steps in the past two years. Moving forward their transformation focus is to build on the new foundations they have put in place. They value adaptability, innovation, problem-solving and delivering results. For more information read about their ways of working.

The London Borough of Enfield is 12 miles from the centre of London and covers an area of 31.7 square miles with a population of over 320,000. It is a diverse place, which has welcomed communities from across the world. Some of their wards are amongst the most deprived in England, while others are relatively affluent. For more information on the Borough’s demographic, environmental and socioeconomic factors see the borough profile (PDF, 2MB).

To Apply

For more information and to apply see Jobs and Careers at Enfield Council.  Don’t forget to CLEARLY show your career break on your CV. The closing date for applications is 9th March 2017.

With any queries, please email Recruitmentcentre@enfield.gov.uk