We aim to deliver the best service possible to the 88,050* people we serve and we aim to ensure that everyone in our 5,100 strong team feels valued and respected.
In order to be the best and deliver the best services, we need to employ the best people possible. People who care about the community they are part of and who want to help make it better. People with the drive and ambition to make things happen.
We offer a wide range of career paths, from manual to professional and everything in between. So whether you are a joiner, a classroom assistant, an accountant, a lawyer, a planner, a social worker, a graphic designer or an administrator, the chances are we have got the job you are looking for. We also offer opportunities for trainees and apprentices, so if you are looking to take your first step into work and are keen to learn, there are opportunities for you here.
If you are aiming for a rewarding career where your skills count, you should be aiming to join us.
Growing our own
Growing our Own is all about providing opportunities for young people, but it’s also about investing in our own current workforce to develop their skills and create opportunities
You can contact us on 01546 604334 or by emailing RecruitmentEnquiries@argyll-bute.gov.uk
We update our job vacancy list every 2 weeks.
For more advice on finding and applying for a job anywhere in the UK, visit the gov.uk website
You can also find Local government job listings at ScotJobsNet
Job opportunities with our partners
Argyll and Bute Council works closely with other public sector organisations across the area. As part of our commitment to encouraging talented people to live and work in Argyll and Bute, we want to make sure that all job opportunities are easily found. Please see below links to the jobs currently available with our partners.
- NHS Highland
- Police Scotland
- Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
- Scottish Ambulance Service
- Argyll College UHI
- Scottish Natural Heritage
- Scottish Enterprise
- Highlands and Islands Enterprise
- Skills Development Scotland