Leading Cornwall

 

 This is an incredibly exciting time to be in Cornwall. There is an almost unique array of opportunities for growth and development while at the same time, we’re transforming and enhancing our offer to our communities. Our plans are pioneering. We’re becoming a mecca for enterprise, entrepreneurialism and new thinking and we’re confident about our future. Cornwall is a place that’s forging ahead in the 21st Century and we want leaders with the drive, energy and expertise to match the scale of our ambition.

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Cornwall Council is a unitary authority. It was created on 1 April 2009 by merging Cornwall County Council and the six borough and district councils in Cornwall - Caradon, Carrick, Kerrier, North Cornwall, Restormel and Penwith.

The Council has a revenue budget of over £1bn and a £1.2bn capital/investment programme. Our 123 councillors represent the 560,000+ residents dispersed across the largest rural unitary Council in England - by any measure the Council is one of the largest local authorities in England.

Our Cabinet has committed to deliver on five key priorities: 

  • Healthy Cornwall
  • Homes for Cornwall
  • Green and prosperous Cornwall
  • Connecting Cornwall
  • Democratic Cornwall

Having a single council gives Cornwall a strong and united voice when dealing with national government, regional agencies and partner organisations. This has meant that Cornwall was the first rural authority to agree a Devolution Deal with the Government. The Cornwall Devolution Deal outlines the powers that will be devolved to Cornwall for transport, energy, health and social care, and heritage.

With a competitive employee reward package that attracts, retains and motivates our employees, open and superb community spirit, it is also a great place to live.

Current Opportunities

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If you would like to discuss this opportunity please call Kate Kennally (Chief Executive) 01872 322100.