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Why work for us? We invest in our people.

We’re a people-based organisation and we rely on a high-performing, motivated and happy staff to ensure excellence in our service delivery.

That’s why we invest in our people: offering great terms and conditions, great benefits and great opportunities for personal and professional development.

We want to help build and sustain a fair and prosperous local economy in our district. Good local employment is central to that ambition and we are committed to providing a fair and inclusive workplace that values the contributions of all employees. Find out more about our Good Employment Charter

Competitive salaries and employment benefits

  • We’re a living wage employer, with a sound salary structure, salary scale increments paid every year, and subject to national agreement, a pay increase every year.

  • Strong pension scheme with the Council contributing to your retirement pot.

  • Opportunities for flexible working from career breaks to reduced hours.

  • 23 days of annual leave every year, plus 12 statutory holidays - and your leave rises to 26 days with 5 years’ service and 29 days with 10 years’ service.

  • Maternity and paternity leave for your new arrivals and the tax benefits of childcare vouchers when you come back to work!

  • Occupational Sick Pay Scheme - if you’re unlucky enough to be off sick.

Looking after your learning

In the last 5 years close hundreds of our employees have completed formal qualifications in anything from plumbing to horticulture! And hundreds more have benefited from on-the-job experience, as well as from attending more informal classes, courses and conferences.

Apprenticeships and Undergraduate Placements are also available.

Looking after your health and wellbeing

  • Support with optical, dental, therapy and other treatments and faster access to scanning via our employee healthcare scheme.

  • Health checks, including access to free flu vaccines.

  • A 50% discount on use of our leisure facilities, whether you choose to be a member or ‘pay as you go’.

  • Great offers on a new bike through our cycle to work scheme.

  • An annual health and well-being programme of activities, organised by staff for staff.

Work Placements 

Mid Ulster District Council also provides work placement opportunities for post-primary students/trainees throughout the academic year in various areas including:

  • Administration

  • ​Building control

  • Culture and Arts

  • Environmental Health

  • Human Resources

  • ICT

  • Leisure

  • Parks

  • Planning

  • Tourism

  • Waste Management

Placements will normally last from 1 to 5 days (longer term opportunities may be available for college/university students in specific occupational areas).

If interested in applying for a work placement, please request an application form from our Human Resources team on 03000 132 132 or email