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Public Sector jobs in Maidstone

What is The Public Sector in Maidstone?

The term ‘public sector’ relates to the part of administrative and economic life that deals with the delivery of services and goods by and for the government whether it’s national, regional (such as County Council) or local (such as Borough or District Council). Any aspect of the economy which is controlled by government spending and employment is considered to be public sector.

Examples of Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council responsibilities range from administering benefits, administering urban planning and law enforcement.

What kind of jobs can you find in the Public Sector in Maidstone?

The public sector offers a vast variety of jobs in a wide range of areas. Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council jobs you may find in Maidstone might include:

  • Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council Care jobs like childcare and care managers.

  • Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council Administration jobs such as secretarial and data entry.

  • Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council Social work jobs such as support work, outreach programme work and young person.

  • Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council Economic development such as business support, business management and workforce development.

  • Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council Environmental Jobs like planning officers.

  • Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council Consultancy and advisory Jobs in areas such as education and nursing.

  • Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council Emergency services Jobs such as police, fire service and ambulance.

  • Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council Local services jobs such as library workers

  • Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council Parking enforcement like traffic wardens and car park workers.

  • And many others.

What public sector jobs are available to you in Maidstone?

In the Maidstone area, two of the biggest employers are public sector – Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council. Both are excellent employers offering a vast range of public sector jobs. You can find various different types of part time jobs, permanent jobs, full time jobs, contract jobs and temporary jobs in addition to apprenticeships, charity work and access to work.

Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council also have a solid commitment to equality of opportunity to employment with assistance available to those who require it.

Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council also offer lots of training for new and existing workers increasing the future opportunities available to them.

How can AllMaidstoneJobs help you find a job in the public sector in Maidstone?

AllMaidstoneJobs are pleased to be able to bring you all the latest public sector jobs in the Maidstone area. Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council post their jobs with us and when you are registered with AllMaidstoneJobs as looking for a public sector job then we will email you regular job alerts so you can keep up to date with Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council jobs in Maidstone.

There are a couple of ways to find public sector jobs. Firstly, you can try looking in an area relevant to you, such as Nursing and Care and any Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council jobs will appear there. Secondly, owing to the huge popularity of Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council jobs, we have created for you a dedicated public sector jobs section. When you select the Public Sector & Not For Profit Jobs link we will show you all the available Maidstone Borough Council / Kent County Council jobs in the Maidstone area.

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