Worcester City Council

Worcester City Council
The Guidhall
High Street
Worcester
Worcestershire
WR1 2EY
United Kingdom

Tel: 01905 722233

About Worcester City Council

Join us to achieve excellence in England’s cleanest city. Worcester City Council is dedicated to delivering quality services and supporting economic growth in a riverside city that offers exceptional quality of living. 

Worcester city is the jewel of the West Midlands, with the River Severn and the Worcester & Birmingham Canal running through its heart and a history spanning more than 15,000 years. Its rich heritage includes the 12th Century Cathedral, a Guildhall admired by monarchs from King George III to Queen Elizabeth II and the site of the English Civil War’s last battle.

With a population of 99,600, Worcester was recently named the cleanest city in England while Gheluvelt Park, managed by the City Council, reached the top three in a poll to find the nation’s favourite park.

The city’s strong sporting reputation is based on top flight cricket and rugby clubs, a centrally located racecourse and major annual events including the Worcester 10k run. Its shopping offer ranges from large high street brands to boutiques and independent shops. Worcester is a great place to live and work.

At Worcester City Council, we are committed to seeking excellence in everything we do. We’re pursuing a root and branch refresh of all our work, bringing out the best in all our employees and in the city we serve, as we strive for the coveted Investors in Accreditation standard.

You can play a leading role in achieving the highest standards in the vital services we provide to this beautiful city – including planning, housing, street cleansing, grounds maintenance, waste and recycling collection, economic development, planning policy, bereavement services and more.

In working for Worcester City Council you can achieve excellence for yourself and this great city.

2 jobs with Worcester City Council

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  • Building Cleaner - Astwood Crematorium

    • Astwood Cemetery & Crematorium, Tintern Avenue, Worcester
    • Living Wage of £8.45 per hour
    • Worcester City Council

    Building Cleaner – Astwood Crematorium  Worcester City Council pay Living Wage of £8.45 per hour  We are looking for a keen and enthusiastic person

  • Casual Youth Worker - ASB Detached Team

    • Worcester City Art and Museum Gallery, Foregate Street, Worcester, WR1 1DT
    • £9.27 per hour
    • Worcester City Council

    The South Worcestershire Community Safety Partnership works together to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in Worcester City, Wychavon and Malvern