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Estate Worker

Full time 37 hours per week annualised (approx 40 in summer, 33 in winter)

£23,114 - £25,119 (SCP 4-9)

Pension scheme and uniform provided.

Workington Town Council is looking for an Estate Worker to join their Estates team managing the council’s park, allotment estate and other land holdings within Workington.


The work will involve the practical maintenance of parkland, play areas, allotments and other spaces in Workington, and assisting with their long term management. Reporting to the Estate Team Leader you will be a public face for the council as well as a member of a team.

You will be capable of working unsupervised and have experience of estate work/horticulture or related activities, be computer literate and have a full UK driving license.


Download a full job description and person specification here.


A CV and covering letter should be sent to:


Deputy Proper Officer

Workington Town Council Community Centre

Princess Street


CA14 2QG



01900 702986


Closing date for applications: 12 noon, Friday 1st March 2024

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