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Salford

Why Salford?

Salford is a city constantly changing and moving into an exciting future as a thriving cultural, economic and residential location.

From urban buzz to greenbelt tranquillity, Salford is building on the mixture of its waterfront, urban and countryside environments to create places where people want to live, work, invest and visit. 

Our Values

Pride

I am proud of the role that I play in serving the people of Salford. I take pride in my work and take ownership to get it right the first time, every time. I accept the trust and responsibility invested in me as an ambassador for the city

Passion

I am optimistic and ambitious for the city and its people, being creative and positive about change and making the most of opportunities. I generate new ideas, demonstrate initiative and share best practices. I develop strong relationships and joint work with partners and others to deliver the best possible outcomes for the people of Salford.

People

I respect and care for others, treat everyone fairly, listening and acting on the things people say. I put residents and others at the heart of what I do - doing things with people, not to them. I treat all colleagues, partners and residents with the dignity and respect that they deserve. I recognise and value the contribution that others can make to the work that I do

Personal responsibility

I am honest, taking responsibility and ownership for my actions and decisions and using resources that I am trusted with wisely. I am open and able to explain my actions and decisions to others, respectfully raising issues and solutions. I contribute to solving problems, changing how we do things and delivering the best possible outcomes.

Equality, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging

Salford City Council champions an inclusive culture where everyone feels a sense of belonging, contributing to the vision of a fairer, greener, and healthier Salford for all. The council prioritises individual strengths and talents, fostering a workplace environment where potential is recognised and developed. Through collaboration and understanding, the council has cultivated a proud and evolving culture that values diversity and inclusion.

In line with their commitment, Salford City Council actively collaborates with Staff Groups representing LGBTQ+, BAME, neurodivergent, and caregiving colleagues. As an accredited disability-confident employer, they ensure inclusivity in recruitment practices, guaranteeing interviews for individuals with disabilities, carers, care leavers, and veterans. Partnering with organizations like Stonewall and Greater Manchester Combined Authority, the council is dedicated to creating an inclusive workplace and advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion. Joining Salford City Council means contributing to a transformative environment that celebrates differences, amplifies every voice, and values each individual.

Night image of a bridge with graffiti on the supporting walls.
Image of a old house in the middle of green trees.
Image of a park with an old set of train wheels visible and a man running.
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 Image of an old building with a tower clock, with a bike visible in the foreground.
Aerial image of Salford with a green park in the foreground and buildings in the background.

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