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About Cornwall Council

The strategic aim is to transform local government for Cornwall and achieve a strong, sustainable community for one and all by providing strong leadership…

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About Cornwall

The people of Cornwall are extremely proud of their unique heritage and as such the county offers a diverse range of cultural and creative activities…

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Available Roles

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There is no better place to be right now than Cornwall. In this unique part of the country, one of the largest unitary authorities in England started work on 1st April 2009. Our vision to transform local government here is radical and ambitious. The people of Cornwall have elected 123 new Members and the Council has appointed a new and dynamic senior management team.

Your ambition and high standards will see you help establish the new authority as a beacon of good practice. Not just for the successful transition from two-tier to unitary local government, but for service delivery, efficiency, and responsiveness to local need across the board. If this challenge excites you as much as it does us we hope you will bring your passion to our new organisation.

Quite simply, we believe that this is a ‘once in a generation’ opportunity to make a substantial and lasting difference. We hope you will think seriously about joining us and be part of something special.

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