There are several ways to find jobs both in the borough and across the UK.
Our council jobs are advertised on the Greater Jobs website.
On there you'll find job vacancies for Rochdale Borough Council and other councils in Greater Manchester.
Council jobs on the Greater Jobs website
Temporary council jobs
As part of the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA), we use Reed to help us recruit to some of the temporary vacancies within Rochdale Borough Council.
To be considered for any of these vacancies you'll need to be registered with Reed themselves, or a recruitment agency that has an agreement with Reed. Your local recruitment agency will be able to advise you if they have an agreement in place with Reed to supply agency workers to AGMA.
Reed, or the recruitment agency, will give you details of their terms and agreements and what the next steps are. If you're successful in gaining employment the recruitment agency will be your employer.
Register with Reed for agency jobs
Your Trust jobs
Your Trust is commissioned by Rochdale Borough Council and provides heritage, entertainment, fitness and sport and leisure facilities in the borough of Rochdale.
Search for full or part-time jobs in Great Britain and abroad with the Find a job service on GOV.UK.
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Apprenticeships are real jobs with employers who see the benefit of combining work with industry qualifications.
Find local and national apprenticeships
A traineeship is an education and training programme with work experience that is focused on giving young people the skills and experience that employers are looking for.
Contact Rochdale Training for information on traineeships
Giving to others makes us healthier and happier.
Evidence also shows that becoming a volunteer can give you the practical experience and training you'll need to become more desirable to prospective employers.
Find volunteering opportunities
Council work experience
You can request a work experience placement with one of our departments.
Work experience may help you learn new skills, build your confidence and improve your chances of getting a job.