Birmingham City Council

Birmingham City Council
Birmingham
West Midlands
B2 2XU
United Kingdom

Tel: 0121 675 7070

About Birmingham City Council

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Working for Birmingham City Council is more than just a job; it's about making life better for the 1 million plus people who live and work in the city.

Birmingham is a brilliantly diverse and creative city and everyone associated with Birmingham City Council is proud of its great history and unequalled contribution to the development of modern local government.

It is a fantastic place to work and you will find an organisation that is both challenging and supportive; with a leadership impatiently adventurous in its pursuit of excellence.

There is a clear vision which is ensuring that collectively the council is working for communities today and building for tomorrow, we plan to focus our resources on four key priorities:

  • Children – so Birmingham is a great city to grow up in;
  • Housing – so Birmingham is a great city to live in;
  • Jobs and skills – so Birmingham is a great city to succeed in and
  • Health – so Birmingham is a great city to grow old in.

The council is just one key player in achieving these priorities. Over the next few years, our financial situation remains challenging so our role in the city needs to change. One of the biggest shifts we’ll need to make is to move from directly delivering services to a position where we use our resources to enable and facilitate others. This means a much greater focus on collaboration and partnerships.

We see the council’s role as providing strategic leadership – that’s being able to visualise a new future for the city and equipping others to share our vision. We want to ensure the provision of services for all, so we can support those least able to support themselves. And we’ll work with partners and put citizens and neighbourhoods at the heart of our decision-making.

For more information see our Council Plan; https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/info/20011/your_council/237/council_financial_plan.

We are always looking for people of the highest calibre whose knowledge, skills and experience will help us provide the best possible service to achieve our vision.

In return, we can offer you excellent terms and conditions such as annual leave, pension scheme, childcare vouchers, annual travel passes and discounts at a number of city centre establishments.

Since June 2012, Birmingham City Council has been a Foundation Living wage employer - known as the Birmingham Living Wage.  This is not the same as the National Living Wage which is a legal requirement.  The Birmingham Living Wage, is determined by the Living Wage Foundation on an annual basis by the Centre of Research in Society Polity at Loughborough University.  The current rate can be found at: www.livingwage.org.uk.

The intent being to recognise the importance for individuals, families and society of people being able to earn a living.  The idea is rooted in notions of contribution, reciprocity and community.

42 jobs with Birmingham City Council

  • Building Services Manager – All Sites

    • Create Partnership Trust, Birmingham
    • £19,430 - £24,964
    • Birmingham City Council

    We are looking to appoint a Building Services Manager, to work across all sites within the Trust

  • Enrichment Officer

    • University of Birmingham School, 12 Weoley Park Road, Selly Oak, Birmingham, B29 6QU
    • £21,715 - £24,745
    • Birmingham City Council

    We are seeking to recruit a talented and appropriately qualified School Services Officer (Enrichment)

  • Facilities Assistant

    • KESH Academy, King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy, Sheldon Heath Road, Sheldon
    • £4,075 - £4,659 per annum
    • Birmingham City Council

    We are looking to appoint a Facilities Assistant to join our facilities team to cover the weekend leisure.

  • Administration Assistant – Attendance

    • Hillcrest School and Sixth Form Centre, Stonehouse Lane, Bartley Green, Birmingham
    • £17,007 - £19,446 pro rata (Part time salary is approx. £12,221 rising to £13,974)
    • Birmingham City Council

    We are seeking to appoint a well organised, committed and enthusiastic individual

  • Finance Assistant

    • Hillcrest School and Sixth Form Centre, Stonehouse Lane, Bartley Green, Birmingham
    • £17,007 - £19,446 pro rata (Part time salary is approx. £10,185 rising to £11,646)
    • Birmingham City Council

    We require an efficient, proactive person to join the Finance team.

  • Clerk to Local Governing Bodies

    • The Schools of King Edward VI in Birmingham
    • £12 - £15 per hour, depending on experience
    • Birmingham City Council

    We are looking to appoint one Local Governing Body Clerk, to support one or two schools within King Edward VI Academy Trust Birmingham

  • Assistant Head Teacher for Brays School

    • Brays School
    • L8 to L12 £46,799 - £51,639
    • Birmingham City Council

    We are seeking to appoint an Assistant Head for our Tile Cross Site, which caters for children with a diagnosis on the Autistic Spectrum.

  • Head of School Primary ASC Brays School

    • Brays School
    • L15 to L19 £55,600 - £61,341
    • Birmingham City Council

    We are seeking to appoint a Head of School (deputy to the Head Teacher) for our Tile Cross Site

  • Professional Support Assistant

    • 101 Sutton New Road, Erdington, B23 6RE
    • £15,807 pro rata
    • Birmingham City Council

    Birmingham Adult Education Service is a large education provider in Birmingham operating out of 10 main centres across the city

  • Centre Coordinator

    • 101 Sutton New Road, Erdington, B23 6RE
    • £19,819 pro rata
    • Birmingham City Council

    Birmingham Adult Education Service is a large education provider in Birmingham operating out of 10 main centres across the city

  • Centre Coordinator

    • Shard End Learning Centre, 227 Heathway, Shard End B34 6QU
    • £19,819
    • Birmingham City Council

    Birmingham Adult Education Service offers courses for adult learners across the city from 11 main locations. Shard End Centre is located in a popular

  • Operational Facilities Worker

    • Northfield Adult Education Centre, 45 Church Road, Northfield B30 2LB
    • £16,755 pro rata
    • Birmingham City Council

    Birmingham Adult Education Service operates from 11 sites across Birmingham offering learning opportunities to the community. We offer a range of cou

  • Operational Facilities Worker

    • Erdington Adult Education Centre, 101 Sutton New Road, B23 6RE
    • £16,755 pro rata
    • Birmingham City Council

    Birmingham Adult Education Service operates from 11 sites across Birmingham offering learning opportunities to the community. We offer a range of cou

  • Operational Facilities Worker

    • Selly Oak Centre, 33B Hubert Road, Selly Oak, B29 6DX
    • £16,755 pro rata
    • Birmingham City Council

    Birmingham Adult Education Service operates from 11 sites across Birmingham offering learning opportunities to the community. We offer a range of cou

  • ICT Project Manager

    • 10 Woodcock Street
    • £42,806 - £53,504
    • Birmingham City Council

    Please note this job is subject to job evaluation Birmingham City Council is undergoing significant transformation in the way it delivers its I,T&D s

  • Kingfisher Play Co-Ordinator

    • Town Junior School, Ebrook Road, Sutton Coldfield, B72 1NX
    • £17,007 - £19,446 per annum, pro rata (Actual Salary £3,461 - £3,958)
    • Birmingham City Council

    Town Junior is a sponsored academy with Plantsbrook Learning Trust.

  • ICT Business Analyst

    • 10 Woodcock Street
    • £34,106 - £41,846
    • Birmingham City Council

    I Fixed Term Contract until 31st July 2020 3 Posts Birmingham City Council is undergoing a significant transformation in the way it delivers its In

  • Cover Supervisor

    • King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy, Sheldon Heath Road, Birmingham, B26 2RZ
    • £19,819 – £25,463 pro-rata (Actual salary - £17,333 - £22,269 per annum)
    • Birmingham City Council

    We currently seek a Cover Supervisor on a fixed term basis to cover maternity leave.

  • Assistant Policy Officer

    • Council House, Birmingham
    • 26,470
    • Birmingham City Council

    The West Midlands Strategic Migration Partnership (WMSMP) is seeking an Assistant Policy Officer to support the work of its regional team

  • Office Administrator

    • St Michael’s CE Academy, Piers Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, B21 0UX
    • £17,007 - £19,446 pro rata
    • Birmingham City Council

    St Michael’s CE Academy, part of the Birmingham Diocese Academy Trust (BDAT) are seeking to appoint an Office Administrator to join our friendly team.