Council job vacancies
To apply for a job with us, search our vacancies and apply online.
We do not accept CVs, all application should be made online.
You can also sign up to our council job newsletter to receive updated by email.
Information Governance Manager
Information Governance Manager - this is a shared position between Warwick and Stratford-on-Avon District Councils, and does not appear on our job listings. Please apply through the Stratford-on-Avon website.
Working at Warwick District Council
Here at Warwick District Council, we pride ourselves on the fact that we offer you a great place to work:
We have been able to offer exciting opportunities for people to gain job-specific skills and qualifications:
Other local job opportunities
We do not publish job vacancies for other organisations within the district on our website. We offer links to partnerships but accept no responsibility for the accuracy, terms or conditions of vacancies offered.
Job vacancies with other local councils
- Rugby Borough Council jobs
- Stratford on Avon District Council jobs
- Nuneaton and Bedworth Council jobs
- North Warks Council jobs
- Warwickshire County Council jobs
Parish and Town Council vacancies
Finding a job
Visit the Gov.uk website for information on finding a job, including job searches, jobseekers allowance and apprenticeships.
The National Careers Service provides careers advice and tools.
Brunswick Employment Club
The Brunswick Employment Club is located in the Brunswick Healthy Living Centre on Shrubland Street, Leamington Spa. The club provides job seeking support and advice in a friendly community centre environment. Visit the Brunswick Employment Club website for more information.
Volunteers provide a unique contribution to the local community. We believe that such a valuable resource must be appropriately supported. As a result the Volunteering Policy and Procedures document (PDF) ensures that council officers provide a consistent and supportive approach to the volunteers. The council recognises the valuable contribution made by volunteers, adding value to existing work, introducing new perspectives and potentially unlocking additional funding opportunities for schemes. The council seeks to promote the importance and effectiveness of volunteering within the community.
If you are interested in volunteering for a specific piece of work with the council, please contact the HR and recruitment team.
Good recruitment charter
We are signed up to the good recruitment charter, which has been devised and developed by The Good Recruitment Campaign Advisory Panel. The charter defines good recruitment practice through nine key principles that the organisations who sign up to the charter will aspire to.