Volunteers needed to check the quality of council services

Wednesday February 26th 2020

Written by Midlothian View Reporter, Luke Jackson

Midlothian Council is looking for volunteers to check the quality of some of its services to support their aim of ‘doing better than our previous best’.

Supported by an experienced council officer, successful applicants will read documents on services or processes as well as talk to staff and potentially people who use the service.

At the end of the ‘check-up’, they will feed back about what the service is doing well and how it can improve.

The first assessment will focus on the pupil enrolment process including P1 and S1 registration, out of catchment placements and pupils changing schools or moving into Midlothian

You do not need to have enrolled a child at a Midlothian school to apply.

Apply now on MyJobScotland HERE

After the pilot with pupil placement, the council hopes to continue into other areas. If residents would like to be involved in the future please email Annette.lang@midlothian.gov.uk

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