Finance at Ealing Council
Welcome, and thanks for taking the time to visit this site.
My vision is to have a flexible and innovative finance team well-grounded in core finance principles that is redefining the role of local government finance in what is a vibrant and fast-changing West London borough.
I am looking for ambitious, talented and resourceful individuals to join the Finance team to help us tackle current and future challenges so we can continue to have a positive impact on improving the lives of Ealing’s residents.
In return, we will really invest in you, providing you with a personal development plan and opportunities to progress your career and gain a wide range of experience in an exciting and challenging environment.
So, if you are up for the challenge and you have the ability and experience to succeed, you will find Ealing a rewarding place to work where you can really make a difference.
Director of Finance
What our staff say…
Since working at Ealing, I have found it an enjoyable place to work with great people with a genuine desire to make Ealing a better place. There is a ‘can do’ attitude from the very top of the organisation which allows officers to deliver genuinely effective business solutions.
Nick Rowe, Head of Local Tax & Accounts Receivable
Since joining the Finance team at Ealing Council 16 months ago, I have had an interesting and varied workload which has really helped me develop my knowledge of local government services and accounting. No day is ever the same and a new challenge is always round the corner!
Nick Penny, Finance Business Partner – Consultancy
Ealing is an ambitious authority with a large capital programme and varied portfolio of commercial enterprises and transformational projects. For a finance professional, this makes Ealing a dynamic environment and a very interesting and challenging place to work.
Maria Campagna, Head of Corporate Finance
Ealing’s finance graduate scheme has given me a great opportunity to experience a variety of different placements within various areas of local government finance. The balance of practical experience and studying for a chartered accountant qualification with CIPFA has provided me with key skills to build my career in public sector finance.
Louisa Fearnley, Graduate – Children’s Finance
I’ve worked as Investment Manager for 10 years and I’ve grown professionally and even developed softer skills well out of my comfort zone, enabling me to speak at industry events and win awards for Ealing. All this was made possible by the nurturing environment enabling me to remain motivated, energised and inspired to bring the best of myself every day.
Bridget Uku, Group Manager Treasury & Investments