Working at Camden - Camden Careers

Working at Camden

Camden has a proud, rebellious spirit that throughout its history has seen communities come together to tackle problems, and to bring about real social change.

We are cutting-edge, challenging, vibrant and diverse - at Camden we are committed to excellence in everything we do. With around 4,000 staff, our aim is to recruit and develop talented people who will focus on our customers, take responsibility, work together and find better ways of doing things.

Our staff are at the heart of delivering our objectives: we will need to transform the way we do things and work in new and different ways to achieve this. We don't just want people to fit into a Camden job - we need people who share our values. We recruit for attitude and develop for skills.

To deliver the best services to our residents, we need the best people working for us to make a difference to our communities.

Camden is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults, children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.


We Make Camden 

Camden and our partners have continued to deliver for Camden by investing in our communities and public services. Services and organisations that we believe are vital in creating a borough that is fair and equal. The pandemic emphasised the need to make it easier and more affordable for everyone to stay healthy and to access food, education, good housing, and well-paid work. And we must do this in a way that helps us meet our ambitions to be a zero[1]carbon borough by 2030. This will mean transforming the way we live, work, travel, learn, and work, building on the work of our Citizens Assembly on Climate Change and the grassroots community climate activism in Camden

The pandemic saw the importance of accessible local high streets, community connections and clean, green local space. Camden’s pandemic response saw our schools play a vital role as our children and young people experienced deep destabilisation – to their learning, socialising, their ambitions and ideas for their futures. We saw the impact of insecure, low paid work as many were left without a safety net. Our economy needs to change to one where everyone is able to access the security of good work.

The last few years have seen Camden put its full weight behind tackling structural injustice and racial inequality, and to being an anti-racist borough. The disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on our Black, Asian and other ethnic communities and the Black Lives Matter movement have reinforced the strength of our belief that racism, misogyny, and gender-based discrimination, ableism, homophobia, and transphobia have no place in Camden and we will do all we can to tackle both individual prejudice and systemic injustice in our communities.

We Make Camden

About Camden Market



Camden is known for its quirky fashion sense, stylish markets and amazing eateries and has come a long way over the last few years, fast becoming the most diverse and exciting place to visit and work. 

Based in the heart of the capital, we have so much to offer our dedicated staff with excellent commute links in and out of London.

The area's streets are full of choices for places to eat and drink with colleagues and friends after a hard day at work. 

One thing's for sure: you could never call Camden boring or lacking in choice for entertainment. You and your team can build bonds by heading towards the markets, sitting in the sunshine in Granary Square, or watching your favourite band at the famous Roundhouse in Chalk farm

With all of this to look forward to and plenty more, why not make Camden work for you?

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About Camden Market