As part of our commitment to support care leavers across Devon we offer our Step Forward employability programme. Step Forward supports care experienced young people between 16 and 25 to learn new skills and take steps towards employment, education and training that fits with their interests and aspirations. The programme has been created to allow […]
Make an impact where it matters the most.
At Devon County Council, we work together to improve life across Devon for everyone. We want to create a place that people enjoy living in, as well as a place that you enjoy working. You’ll see the impact you’re making every day, whether you work in healthcare, education, roads and transport or waste and recycling. Make Devon proud.
Every day, everyone who works here is making an impact and able to see the differences that they make to the people of Devon.
At Devon County Council, we do everything we can to support you and help grow your career
Children’s Social Care
Find out more about what it's like to work within the Children's Social Care team. Working restoratively with children, young people and their families throughout Devon.
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Think you know local government? Think again. Modern. Flexible. Inclusive. Find a job that makes a difference and contributes to your local community, and gives you the flexibility and support you need.
Why I enjoy working for Devon
- 25 September 2023
- 19 July 2023
July is Disability Pride Month! Disability Pride Month is described as a time to honour each person’s uniqueness by promoting visibility and mainstream awareness of the positive pride felt by people living life with a disability. This month is a chance to celebrate the community and their pride. Alongside the celebration, the month is also a chance […]
- 29 June 2023
The Devon Windrush Flag was raised at County Hall today to mark 75 years since the Empire Windrush arrived in Tilbury Dock and its 492 passengers disembarked to begin a new life in Britain. Members of the Devon Windrush Group joined the Leader of Devon County Council, John Hart; our Chairman, Percy Prowse; Chief Executive […]