The best things about the Aberdeen City Council revolve around the good wages paid ( definitely higher than the industry average ), the great people you'll meet at work, and the good work culture and environment fostered around these people due to the flexible working hours.
The bad parts relate alomst completely to the management, which is extremely under-prepared and overwhelmed by the flow of daily work. There is absolute confusion among the management and thay barely have time to talk to their employees. You are very much on your own.
Home to a population of 202,370 Aberdeen is a thriving, cosmopolitan port in the North-east of Scotland. Built at the mouth of two major Scottish rivers, the Dee and the Don, and covering an area of 188.46 square kilometres (72.76 square miles), the Granite City owes its distinctive appearance to the famous, locally quarried and widely exported, building material. Traditional industries such as fishing and farming still flourish in and around the city but Aberdeen's buoyant modern economy - reflected in unemployment rates consistently under 2% - is fuelled by the oil industry, earning the city its epithet as 'Oil Capital of Europe'. Aberdeen City Council has existed since 1996 when Scottish local government was reorganised, moving from the former two-tier structure to unitary administrations. For career opportunities, please visit www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/jobs