Working for Haringey
Why work for Haringey Council?
Working in the public sector is all about making a difference to people’s everyday lives, making the environment in which they live a better place, and giving them the tools they need to improve their own lives and play an active role in the community.
We’ve got huge ambitions for Haringey. As the shape of local government continues to change, we’re determined to rise to the challenge and find new ways to ensure that our residents enjoy the best opportunities in life – through excellent education, training, access to facilities and community empowerment. We’re committed to growth that can benefit all of our residents, by strengthening the borough’s local economy and bringing in new facilities and activities. Working at Haringey gives you the opportunity to play a part in meeting those ambitions on behalf of everyone who calls the borough their home.
See what our staff have to say about working for Haringey in the video below:
Haringey - the place
But working here isn’t just about the sense of fulfilment you’ll get from your work – Haringey the place has a huge amount to offer. Not only do our fantastic transport connections mean we are just minutes away from central London, there is so much to do in the borough itself. Haringey buzzes with entertainment, attitude, artistic and cultural life – through its pubs, clubs, cinemas, theatres, arts centres, community groups and even festivals.
A tour through the borough reveals how much is on offer. Go west where you can sample village life in Highgate; check out the country’s leading circus venue at Jacksons Lane Arts Centre; browse the independent shops in Muswell Hill, or tuck into a meal at one of Crouch End’s countless international restaurants. Hop on a bus to the legendary Alexandra Palace – the birthplace of the BBC – and enjoy breath-taking views of London from the terrace, or enjoy a gig, family event, exhibition or sports showcase in the Palace itself.
Heading into Green Lanes will bring you to one of London’s liveliest and most culturally diverse neighbourhoods, famed for its tremendous array of restaurants – including award-wining kebab houses – and late-night international grocers. At Wood Green, where major regeneration plans are starting to take shape, you can do a spot of shopping or catch a blockbuster at one of two major cinemas.
A trip to Tottenham will bring you to some of the most exciting parts of the capital, where the benefits of investment are already starting to show at the revamped Tottenham Green and the soon-to-be-completed Spurs stadium development.
And if you need to take a break from it all, Haringey is home to no fewer than 25 Green Flag Award winning parks.
You can find out more about the huge range of events and activities in the borough using our What’s On search, or click on the following links for more about what’s happening in Haringey:
- Haringey's Corporate Plan - explaining our priorities for the borough, and what the council will do to help achieve these
- Parks and open spaces
- Sport and leisure facilities
- Culture and entertainment
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