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Rochdale Council launches wide-reaching public sector recruitment drive

Rochdale Borough Council are hiring for a number of vital roles and will be hosting two recruitment fairs at the Number One Riverside office.

Areas such as planning, Human Resources, finance, Early Years, IT customer services environmental management, social work, healthcare, school support, economic development, school support, economic development. Teaching, cleaning and more.

Students, college and university graduates, qualified professional, and others with experience ae welcome to apply for opportunities, with some even available to interview on the day.

Steve Rumbelow, chief executive of Rochdale Borough Council said:

“The world of work has changed a lot over the pandemic and I’m proud of our staff for their resilience, their desire to do good and their ability to adapt and rise to the challenge, I’m sure they’d say no two days are the same. Our people are our strength, you’d be joining a dedicated workforce and an employer that wants to invest in you and your progression.

We’re not just births, bins, and burials, we’re everything in between. Working at a council is a wonderful opportunity to make a real and lasting impact on our residents, our environment, and our businesses, which is incredibly rewarding.”

There will be a range of full-time, part-time, permanent, and casual roles available to suit everybody and at the event the council’s work and skills team will be on hand to support people with how to complete application forms, write a strong CV and they will be able to support applications to apply for vacancies on the day.

The recruitment fairs are being held at Number One Riverside, Smith Street, Rochdale, OL16 1XU and the dates are as follows:

Thursday 12th May 2022: 2pm – 6pm

Saturday 14th May 2022: 9am – 12:30pm

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