Think of an aspect of everyday life and chances are we’re involved in it. From educating developing minds to economic development for the area, we play a key role in the lives of everyone who lives, works and visits the area. Our services cover everything from refuse collection to town planning – and much more besides.

We’re the area’s largest employer, providing essential services to over 140,000 local residents. We’re responsible for managing and maintaining almost 9,000 council houses, and running and staffing almost 90 schools. And that’s only a small part of what we do for the people of Perth and Kinross,

We’re committed to making the best use of public resources and ensuring that we build upon our successes and keep on improving the services we offer. We’re also committed to enhancing the quality of life, not just for the people we serve, but also for the people who make our achievements possible: our dedicated and driven staff.

One of the most attractive benefits for Council employees is the option to become a member of the pension scheme. It is never too early to start thinking about retirement. The Council has two Schemes-The Scottish Teachers Superannuation Scheme (STSS) and The Local Government Pension Scheme(LGPS).

In addition the Council has a range of benefits available from salary sacrifice schemes on childcare, bikes and charities, discounted gym membership, Corporate Health Cash Plan, Credit Union and discounted purchases for local businesses.

So if you’re thinking of making the most of your talent in a truly rewarding environment, maybe you should be thinking about us.

Perth & Kinross Council recognises the importance of having the right people at the right time with the right skills, abilities and attitudes to fulfil our aim of delivering excellent services to the communities we serve.

To help us achieve this, the Council aims to attract and retain employees who are committed to delivering excellent public services and making us a dynamic and innovative Council.

We aim to provide employment opportunities on a fair and equal basis and creating a working environment for all employees that is safe, accessible, and free from harassment or discrimination and which values and respects each individual's identities and cultures.

To this end, an Equalities Impact Assessment was undertaken to ensure the Council was meeting its statutory obligations with regard to our recruitment processes. Like other councils across Scotland, Perth & Kinross Council is now using the Scottish Local Government Recruitment Portal to advertise vacancies and manage applications.

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