Finding vacancies

Finding vacancies

Where to find out about vacancies

The first stage in applying for jobs with Walsall Council is to complete an application form. However, before you can fill the form in you need to know where to find out what vacancies we have.


You can view all Walsall Council and School vacancies on the WMJobs regional recruitment portal by using the following links:

Walsall Council vacancies

School Leadership vacancies

School Teaching vacancies

School non-Teaching vacancies

You can also use our WMJobs employer page to search for vacancies.  With WMJobs you have the option of registering your details which will allow you to set-up email alerts so you get to know about new vacancies first.

Job advertisements

Job advertisements give brief details of the vacancy including; what the job involves, the rate of pay and hours of work, the job reference number and the closing date for applications. They also provide information on how to request an application form and further details.

Remember, you must use a Walsall Council application form.

To view the vacancy online and download the application form and job details please visit WMJobs

  • We also operate a text phone service during office hours for hearing impaired people only on 01922 654000
  • Application forms must be returned by 4.00 pm on the closing date

Important dates to remember

Closing date

Completed application forms must be returned on or before the advertised closing date.

Being notified that you have been selected for interview

If you send in an application form and don't hear from us within 4-6 weeks of the closing date then you should assume that you have not been successful in your application.

If we invite you to attend an interview then you will be given at least 5 days notice of the interview date.

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Contact us

Recruitment Team
Walsall Council
3rd Floor, Civic Centre
Darwall Street

Telephone 01922 655673
Textphone 01922 654000

This page was last updated on 20 September 2016