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Stirling Council Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1994
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration

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Education & Instruction

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 42 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Caretaker in Various
on 28 January 2020
Do your job
If you do your job, then a pretty good place to work. Can be a long day - core hours are 8.00am to 10.00pm - but management try to ensure that this is not a regular thing.
Student Learning Assistant in Port of Menteith
on 30 December 2019
Fantastic opportunities
If you love working with children, becoming an SLA is the job for you! It's relaxed in terms of how much you want to work, you can be flexible with your days to suit yourself. Always had a great experience with the schools and nurseries i attended and all the staff where welcoming.
Land Services Operative in Fallin
on 14 November 2019
Stirling Council
I enjoyed my time working for Stirling Council. We had a good team ethic and the pay was good. The location suited me and I really enjoyed the work that we did on a day to day basis. It gave me good experience, Holidays were good also.
Area Building Standards Surveyor in Stirling
on 5 November 2019
Management appear to be on a different planet and have little understanding of the front line issue and also do not back up there staff.
Problems with the management style within certain departments and the team leaders do not have the knowledge and understanding of the working environment. Most of the team leaders are more interested in pleasing the senior managers and trying to show that everything is wonderful when there is major problem. aaissues to be dea
ASN Teacher, ASN Outreach, Inclusion Service in Raploch Community Council, Stirling
on 31 August 2019
Motivated and Positive workplace
I love my job. I have an excellent boss who supports me to meet learner's needs with good advice, encouraging autonomy and creativity. For this reason, I feel very valued as a member of the service. I am fortunate to have positive working relationships with all my establishments and the SMT, teachers and SLAs therein. I also really enjoy working with the families of the young people on my case-list, as I keep telling them, 'they are the experts!' and I need to learn from them before I can help! Lastly, and most importantly, I enjoy working with the children on my case-list. Seeing a change for the better that I have helped to provide is definitely the highlight of the role. Supporting families who are grieving loss and/or facing difficult challenges is the hardest part (but oh so important!).

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