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Jobs and employment



not just any borough, this is Dudley borough

We are incredibly proud of our council and the borough it serves; it’s a unique and very special place.  We know that if you come and join us at the authority you’ll receive a warm welcome, work with some very loyal and committed colleagues and contribute positively to making life better for our residents, businesses and visitors.

You can also expect to be surprised by the magnificent landscaped parklands and the seemingly endless canal networks. Dudley borough is a great place for family fun, days out, weekend breaks, and it is a wonderful place to get out and explore the great outdoors.

Spotlight on ...Children's Social Work

Developing and investing in our children’s social care workforce is a key priority for Dudley Council.

We currently have a number of fantastic opportunities in children’s social work


Gaining employment

your options, resources to help you gain employment

This part of our site is also where you’ll find all of the latest vacancies available at Dudley Council and within schools.

Our jobs and employment section will give you access to a wide range of employment resources and options. 

Options that include:

Start looking for jobs

There are all sorts of jobs available at the council and whether it's a job in social care, administration or housing you're looking for, use the search facility to find the job to suit you all on WMJobs recruitment portal.


Schools and teaching vacancies

Spotlight on ...Temping at the council

Temp Solutions is Dudley Council’s very own in-house staffing agency, it offers casual work opportunities across the council. The service manages a bank of casual staff.

Temping success

“It gave me the experience I needed to gain a full time position”

“It is very flexible, … you can choose what hours you would like to work to fit around other jobs and interest”

“It is council wide so there are a wide range of jobs available and a regular opportunity to apply for other vacancies when they arise”

Alistair Hickinbottom, a casual worker