Jobs with Caerphilly Council

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Our people are at the heart of everything we do

Caerphilly Council has more than 8,000 staff, working in over 600 services serving 181,000 residents.

We are a large organisation managing multimillion pound budgets to fund services that make a difference to peoples everyday lives.

We have unique opportunities for people who want a varied, flexible and challenging career within a world-class culture.

We have a huge amount of careers – from jobs in HR, Finance and Planning to IT specialists, refuse collectors and carers. Your skills, experience and expertise could be just what we're looking for.

If you feel you can work as part of a team, where you can begin your career journey then join us, because together we make amazing things happen.

We have committed to being a Living Wage Employer

The Living wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually and calculated according to the basic cost of living in the UK. We have chosen to pay the Living Wage on a voluntary basis as we believe that it is good for the Council, for the individual and for society.


Join the Team Caerphilly family – message from the Chief Executive

New applicants

Before applying for jobs online, you will need to register by entering an email address and a password. Your user name must be a minimum length of five characters. Your password must be a minimum length of six characters.

Once registered, the system will retain your details for future applications. The only section you will need to complete each time will be the 'why you?' section which should be specific to each application.

You will however need to keep your details up to date and make any necessary changes prior to submitting an application to ensure we have accurate information.

Please note, we will use the email address you provide to communicate with you during the recruitment process.

Welsh Applications

Please save a copy before completing the application.

Any application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.