As the Local Enterprise Partnership representing one of the best-performing economies in England - we offer exciting and fulfilling job opportunities.
It is our role to champion Oxfordshire’s world-class economic potential, acting as a catalyst and convener to drive a dynamic, sustainable and growing economy.
We have made considerable progress in strengthening the county's economy by establishing robust and effective relationships between businesses, academia and the public sector.
By joining our team, you'll become a part of a friendly and professional organisation, committed to driving forward the Oxfordshire economy.
Our benefits include:
- 28 days' annual leave per annum
- Flexi-time policy (pro-rated to match hours worked)
- Generous contributory pension scheme
A thriving Oxfordshire:
Oxfordshire is now moving into one of its most-exciting periods of growth, with key work set to begin in developing a Local Industrial Strategy (one of just three government-backed trailblazers), the £215m Housing and Growth Deal and the emerging ‘Oxford-Cambridge Corridor’.
As well as having one of the strongest economies in UK, Oxfordshire is globally-competitive across many key sectors – such as automotive, life sciences, space technologies and electronics and sensors.
Key assets in the county include the internationally-renowned and government-backed enterprise zone, Science Vale UK. It boasts world-class research and development sites including; Harwell Campus, Culham Science Centre and Milton Park.
In addition, Oxfordshire is home to the Times Higher Education number one-ranked university in the world, Oxford University – which continues to lead the way in innovative research.
Meanwhile, the Oxfordshire Transformative Technologies Alliance’s science and innovation reportsays that the county can support the UK to become a ‘global leader’ through digital health, space-led data applications, autonomous vehicles and technologies underpinning quantum computing. If fully-utilised, the four technologies could be worth in the region of £180billion to the UK economy by 2030.
Oxford’s visitor economy is equally impressive. Around seven million people visit Oxford every year – including many international visitors – who generate almost £600million from a total turnover of £782 million every year.
All our latest vacancies are listed below: