Working for Birmingham City Council
Working for Birmingham City Council is more than just a job; it's about making life better for the million people who live and work in the city.
We are always looking for people of the highest calibre whose knowledge, skills and experience will help us provide the best possible service.
Birmingham City Council is committed to equal opportunities in employment and we positively welcome your application irrespective of your gender, race, disability, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, sexuality, gender identity, marital status, responsibility for dependants, religion, trade union activity and age.
Most importantly we want to make a difference to the lives of people who live and work in Birmingham. Join us to make that difference happen.
On these jobs pages, you’ll find current job vacancies, details of how to apply for a job, and guidance on making the best application.
We also advertise vacancies for other organisations on our site.
Benefits of working for the Council
Benefits of working with us include:
- Pension scheme with a generous employer contribution
- Flexible working, where applicable
- Family-friendly policies including job sharing
- A supportive and empowering organisational culture
- Generous holiday entitlement
- Subsidised travel passes
- Occupational Health support including a confidential counselling service.
- Staff discount scheme with a number of local businesses.
- An accredited Investor in People.
Birmingham City Council sees the hiring of an apprentice as a productive and effective way to grow talent and develop a motivated, skilled and qualified workforce.
Social care jobs
The Social Care jobs portal portal contains information about working within Children's Social Care in Birmingham and advertises current vacancies. You can register for the Talent Pool to receive updates of new vacancies and also developments within our Social Care services.
Jobs in Schools
Schools-based jobs are published weekly on the Council website. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest news and vacancies: @bhamschooljobs #TeachingInBirmingham #BrumJobs and www.facebook.com/bhamschooljobs
Third party contractors
Birmingham City Council expects organisations who supply services to its vulnerable service users, to comply with current legal requirements for any safeguarding checks as are required from time to time (including any Disclosure and Barring Service, DBS checks). This requirement is to help ensure that people they permit to work with vulnerable city council service users will do so safely.
If people employed or volunteering to provide services, under a Birmingham City Council contract for services, need DBS checks, then the organisation has the legal right to carry out the checks, and has the primary responsibility for doing so.
For further information please refer to the:
- DBS Third party policy statement
- Handling of DBS certificate information policy
- Recruitment of ex-offenders policy statement