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Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council 2017 Apprenticeship Programme

We are holding our Apprentice Open Evening at Witton City Learning Centre between 5pm and 8pm on Monday 19th June 2017

Anyone interested in an apprenticeship at the Council can come along with their friends and family to:

  • Meet some of our current apprentices as well as employees who were Apprentices and have now secured promotion within the Council
  • Discuss the roles we have available and find out more about the service from our managers and members of the team
  • Hear from our Chief Executive who will be speaking at 5.15pm and 7pm about our commitment to this programme

Visit the Facebook event and tell us you're coming.

Apply for apprenticeships online by visiting www.blackburn.gov.uk/jobs or register your interest using the form on the Shuttle website.

The Council is the largest employer in the borough.  We are committed to equal opportunities and support work-life balance practices where these are feasible.  We are also committed to working with trade unions to build on our positive employee relations practices.

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Please read all the information on these pages – they are designed to give everyone the best possible chance of success in the recruitment and selection process.

If you would like  help on completing application forms you can contact National Careers Service  on 01254 588891. Our team provides free impartial professional advice on  careers, skills and the job market.

Council job vacancies

For Council job vacancies, application forms and further information is available for all posts (unless otherwise stated) within the content of the advert which can be found at latest job vacancies.

Schools job vacancies

For schools job vacancies, full information on how to apply can be found within the content of the advert which can be found at current job vacancies.

Unless otherwise stated all posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory check supplied by the Disclosure and Barring Service. The check will include any cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions.

Closing dates are given on each individual vacancy. On rare occasions a job may be withdrawn; if this happens all applicants will be contacted.

Good luck in your application!

Contact details

Mail HR recruitment team, Town Hall, Blackburn.
Phone Number(s) 01254 585905
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E-mail recruitment@blackburn.gov.uk
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