Apply for jobs with the council
Renfrewshire Council is the largest employer in the area and we have a wide range of occupations on offer.
Council vacancies are advertised on the myjobscotland website. You can search and apply for council and other Scottish public sector jobs online.
If you can't use the online application, you can also download the application in Word or pdf format.
If you have any queries in relation to Renfrewshire Council vacancies, or need help filling in the form, please contact our recruitment team on 0300 300 0300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also want to read about the council's employment policies.
As part of our commitment to improving equality of opportunity, we recognise the disadvantage experienced by disabled people and we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum conditions for jobs.
We can help you find work!
Invest in Renfrewshire is the council's £8m scheme to boost the local economy and tackle unemployment.
Invest in Renfrewshire offers wage subsidies to employers to help them take on new staff. It includes a graduate internship scheme, which matches young unemployed or underemployed graduates with project-led positions with local firms and within the council.
Young people aged 16 to 24 can visit our Youth Employability Hub, at Assurance House, 17-19 Gauze Street, Paisley.
Staff there will create a programme designed especially for you, helping you to search for jobs, polish your CV and applications, and match you to training and work experience.
Jobseekers aged 25 and over can visit Renfrewshire Employability Partnership, Mirren Chambers, 1A Gauze Street, Paisley.
You can also call 0300 300 1180 or email email@example.com
Other useful websites
Visit the websites of our community partners to see their current vacancies:
- NHS Scotland
- West College Scotland
- Renfrewshire Leisure
- Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
- Police Scotland
- University of the West of Scotland
The following external job-search websites may also be useful:
- Benefits and debt advice
- Community and living
- Council and government
- Education and learning
- Jobs and careers
- Leisure and culture
- Planning and building standards
- Social care and health
- Transport and Streets