Tower Hamlets
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Tower Hamlets Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 203 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Management

Team Leader
£46,421 per year
Policy Manager
£50,100 per year
Head of Security
£72,416 per year

Education & Instruction

Tutor
£24.85 per hour
Principal
£45,736 per year
Health and Safety Instructor
£50,100 per year

Community & Social Service

Social Worker
£23.03 per hour
Social Work Supervisor
£20.08 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 76 reviews and is evolving.

4.3320174.1420183.9120193.712020

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Reviews

Cookery Tutor in London
on 25 August 2020
Accepting employer
In my experience, at Tower Hamlets each individual is listened to and valued.It is a very tolerant, multicultural environment.Sometimes burocracy can be a bit slow, but it is a realaxed and welcoming work place.
Parking Income Collection & Enforcement Manager in Tower Hamlets
on 23 June 2020
Productive job role
I have worked at LBTH since Sept 2018 to present. My job role has enabled me to learn many new skills and collaborate with other professionals. I would definitely seek out another role within the authority, as and when an opportunity arises
SSRS Expert in Children Services
on 15 June 2020
Interesting
Very interesting experience at London Borough of Tower hamlets and made so many friends whilst working at Tower Hamlets and will gladly go back if offered the opportuinity
Housing Options Officer in Albert Jacob House, Roman Road, London, E2
on 3 April 2020
Worst place I have ever worked
There was a culture of bullying. I was tupeed into the housing options team much against my wishes. The job I was doing when I transferred was taken from me against all guarantees that had been made prior to my transfer. The culture of bullying in my team definitely came from the top downWards. I eventually asked for a transfer on medical grounds because I needed to maintain my sanity and health. I don’t recall having a worthwhile or productive supervision. Management were unhelpful and at times obstructive. When I had an epileptic seizure at work, my manager, who was not at work when it happened was more concerned that I had not informed her before than with my health, even though I notified her at the first opportunity. Tower Hamlets Human Resources were unhelpful in resolving these issues and even threatened to dismiss me even though to do so would probably have been illegal. My request for a transfer was fully supported by Tower Hamlets’ Occupational Health After leaving Tower Hamlets my manager delayed and deleted several requests for references.
Contracts Officer in East London, Greater London
on 28 February 2020
Well connected and positive atmosphere
Towerhamlets is a very positive place of work. There are many pros to working such as collaboration with others, friendly staff and managers etc. This all leads to a positive environment at work.
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Interview insights

Insights from 32 Indeed users who have interviewed with Tower Hamlets within the last 5 years.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

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