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Kent County Council

Kent County Council (KCC) is the county council that governs the non-metropolitan county of Kent in England.

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Kent County Council is responsible for governing most of the non-metropolitan county of Kent. They are responsible for 12 district councils and around 300 town and parish councils.

Rewards 2017-18

Kent County Council are offering one student a paid internship in the Sustainable Business and Communities Team, focused on developing our understanding, approach and ability to respond in partnership to future environmental risks and opportunities as identified in the Kent Environment Strategy (KES). The work will support the delivery of the KES and help public services, businesses and communities in Kent to benefit from a competitive, innovative, resilient, and healthy economy, society, and environment.

This is a fantastic opportunity to develop research, analysis, communication and report writing skills.

A background in geography, environmental policy, economics or science is desired but not essential.

 

Case Studies

A number of EP students have secured graduate employment opportunities with KCC following their EP internships. See below to read their stories:

During the checking process we will ascertain whether you’ve had enough experience around children to foster. This… https://t.co/ocYKAENQuR

Posted about 14 hours ago

Men are able to foster and can bring a broad range of abilities and characteristics to the role of a foster carer,… https://t.co/3aTrH3qGLs

Posted about 15 hours ago

Places of worship across Kent opened their doors and welcomed new visitors as part of Inter Faith Week, co-ordinate… https://t.co/T2rrIv16ms

Posted about 16 hours ago

 

 

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2016/17: Kent County Council offered internships in the Resilience and Emergencies Unit, Sustainable Business team.

2015/16: Kent County Council offered internships in the Resilience and Emergencies Unit, Sustainable Business team and in the Kent Film Office.

2014/15: Kent County Council offered internships in the Resilience and Emergencies Unit, Sustainable Business team and Broadband team.

2012/13: Kent County Council was offering work experience in their Finance Division and a paid Project Placement creating 10 promotional video clips on behalf of Kent County Council, with a payment of £500 including travel expenses.

2011/12: Kent County Council offered 2 work shadowing placements. One work shadowing placement was in the Highways and Transportation department, and the second was in the human resources department.

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Last Updated: 31/08/2017