Staffordshire County Council
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Staffordshire County Council Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1889
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £5m to £25m
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 182 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Social Worker
£32,565 per year
Support Worker
£20,907 per year
Business Support
£17,452 per year

Administrative Assistance

Business Support
£17,452 per year
Executive Support Officer
£22,955 per year
Clerical Assistant
£16,310 per year

Personal Care & Home Health

Support Worker
£20,907 per year
Home Care Worker
£22,439 per year

Nursing

Senior Nurse Practitioner
£37,387 per year
Public Health Nurse
£71,836 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 115 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Employment Coach in Stafford, Staffordshire
on 3 January 2021
Would never work for them again
I worked as an employment coach within the day service, however because the day service ended this meant the people that I supported in work who had learning disabilities were dumped, there were 5 adults who I supported they all worked as kitchen staff after the day centres they worked in closed down the ladies and gentlemen I supported were simply made redundant they had no ongoing support I was not given extra time to help them transition into another job, the country council simply left them with nothing, they have all suffered from stress and finding new employment with now no support has been extremely difficult for them all, this is not the kind of place I would consider a caring, supportive or professional way to treat the employees that they were meant to be supporting. The country council did have other people in posts supporting adults with disabilities in jobs and those people who I supported were not transferred into that department so they could continue to get support, when the day service was winding down I was actually not allowed to go into work because my leg was in plaster I could have very easily worked in an office space and made sure the staff I supported were taken care of I would have ensured they were transferred from my support to that of the other employment support staff and helped them source other jobs, the thing was an absolute disgrace, I have kept in touch with three of the staff and helped them as much as I can in my own time but this is not how it should have to be, these adults trusted the council and the Staffordshire county council simply abandoned them.
Support worker full time in Newcastle-under-Lyme
on 28 December 2020
Very productive and respectful place
Good experience working for the council. I have gained valuable experience and had good support from all departments. Only due to personal reasons I had to give up working with this council, this I very unfortunate however highly rcomended.Thank you
School Crossing Patrol in Leek, Staffordshire
on 23 December 2020
Overall professionally run company
The part time role fitted in perfectly whilst my children were at school and I decided to carry on when they left school as I enjoy my job.The cold and wet days are miserable to work in but I meet some lovely people who make up for it! All appropriate safety equipment and clothing is supplied, along with any relevant training.Nice to feel you are helping your community.
Senior Care Assistant in Hillfields
on 14 October 2020
Cannot fault Staffordshire
I worked for staffordshire County Council for 17 years as senior care assistant after Staffs tupe over to housing association job went downhill then worked in private homes which to my dismay they cannot hold a candle to staffs training would work with staffs or any local authority again but never private home again
Social Care Practitioner in Staffordshire
on 7 July 2020
Long service shows good employer’s
Staffordshire County Council support their employees in all areas of the working role. I have been working for SCC for over 15 years & proud to say so.
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