If you're thinking about joining West Dunbartonshire Council, you're in the right place. This site tells you everything you need to know about living and working here.
If you don't know West Dunbartonshire already, it's a great place to live and work. The area is made up of rural, urban and waterfront locations and offers a range of new-build and traditional homes, all just half an hour from the heart of Glasgow. The area has a rich past, shaped by its world-famous shipyards along the Clyde, and boasts many attractions ranging from the iconic Titan Crane and Dumbarton Rock, to the beauty of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and its historic whisky warehouses.
The Council itself is of average size with 90,000 residents, but has some big ambitions. And for people who can help realise them, we have a lot to offer in return. Our aim is to deliver best value, great working conditions and, above all, provide first-class service to the people who live and work in the region.
We're working towards improving prosperity and inclusion for all citizens, delivering better and more efficient services and making West Dunbartonshire a great place to be.
If you can see yourself working towards these goals with us, we want to hear from you.
Joyce White, Chief Executive
West Dunbartonshire Council will continue to advertise vacancies on myjobscotland at this time. However, applicants should note that, due to the outbreak of COVID-19 it is likely that there will be a delay to the reviewing and short-listing of applications, interviews and subsequently any proposed start dates.
Critical posts will be prioritised. Applicants will be advised by email should there be delays respectively. In some cases (where appropriate) arrangements will be made to carry out Skype/telephone interviews. Please note the above is subject to change in line with National Guidance as and when it is received.
Thank you for your patience during this unprecedented time. For any further information or clarification please email: HRconnect@west-dunbarton.gov.uk or telephone 01389 737373.