Come and find out about a career with the Royal Borough and our partners

Montage of people who work at the council

A special jobs fair is being held by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead and its social care partners Optalis and Achieving for Children, at Maidenhead Library on Tuesday 27 June. 

The event will showcase the breadth of roles and services at the council and its partners and a chance to discover what a role as officer is like from people who already work there. 

The council is one of the biggest employers in the Royal Borough and there will also be the opportunity to see what vacancies are currently available at the three organisations. 

Representatives from the Royal Borough, its adult social care partner Optalis, and children’s services partner Achieving for Children, will be at the event to discuss what skills are needed, or how to transfer skills into various roles.

A wide remit of representatives from a variety of business services will be present including from human resources, IT, and finance, as well as members from our tree team and facilities.

Councillor Geoff Hill, cabinet member for Highways and Transport, Customer Service Centre, and Employment, said: “There are many roles within the Royal Borough and our partners which are public facing on a daily basis.

“However, there are also careers to be forged and various roles in less public facing roles which are all needed for the smooth running of services.

“Even if there isn’t a current role available for you, come and talk to us and our partners, to find out whether we are the right place of employment for you in the future.

“Make the Royal Borough, Optalis, and Achieving for Children, part of your search when looking for a new job.”
ll current vacancies can be viewed at -

•    Royal Borough - Working for us | Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (
•    Optalis - Optalis Careers | Optalis
•    Achieving for Children - Current Vacancies | Achieving for Children.

The jobs events will take place at Maidenhead Library, St Ives Road, Maidenhead, SL6 1QU, between 10am and 2pm on Tuesday 27 June.