Kent County Council
Kent County Council (KCC) is the county council that governs the non-metropolitan county of Kent. It is responsible for a number of public services including education, transport, strategic planning and emergency services.
KCC aims to turn aspiring graduates into local government leaders of the future.
KCC offers training programmes of two and three years in the following areas:
- Highways & Transportation
All programmes will require you to take on early responsibility, taking part in a wide range of projects in order to ensure you are fully equipped for the role. KCC will support work towards professional qualifications.
- Recruitment Website:
- 08458 247 905
- Local Authority
- Placements in:
- Management; Finance; Highways and Transportation
- Location of Vacancies:
- Starting Salary:
- Minimum Educational Requirements:
- Minimum of 2:1 in any degree discipline for Management and Finance roles. Minimum of 2:1 in Engineering, Geography, Transport Planning or related subject for Highways and Transportation roles. GCSE grades A–C in Maths or Economics and English Language.
- Internships Offered:
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