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Here are list of Birmingham job centre addresses and telephone numbers in case you need it for various reasons and mostly for employments such as job seeking, JSA (job seeker allowance) etc.

According to government statistic reports Birmingham has a high percentage unemployment so thatís would explain why we have many job centres in Birmingham.

Birmingham Job Centres

  • 25-45 Soho Rd
    B21 9SL
    Telephone: 0845 608 8648
  • High Street
     B66 3AD
    Telephone: 0121 480 8800
  • 1630 Coventry Rd
    B26 1AW
    Telephone: 0121 252 8300
  • Birmingham
    B42 9AF
    Telephone: 0845 608 8649
  • Meridian House
    115 Aston Lane
    Perry Barr
    B20 3BW
    Telephone: 0121 480 3333
  • 1 Chelmsley Wood Circle
    Chelmsley Wood
    B37 5TH
    Telephone: 0121 480 4600
  • King Edwards Court
    2 Railway Road
    Sutton Coldfield
    B73 6AY
    Telephone: 0121 480 373
  • 295 Washwood Heath Road
    Washwood Heath
    B8 2XX
    Telephone: 0121 253 3910
  • Heynesfield House
    10 Stoney Lane
    B12 8AF
    Telephone: 0121 480 3500
  • 3 Scott Corner
    Institute Road
    Kings Heath
    Kings Heath
    B14 7EG
    Telephone: 0121 480 3200
  • 65-77 Summer Row
    Kings Heath
    B3 1LB
    Telephone: 0121 237 8300

If you are interested in Birmingham City Council Jobs then carrry on reading...

Earlier this year, it was announced that hundreds of Birmingham City Council jobs may be cut by April of 2015. At the time this announcement was made, the there were more than 50,000 people employed by the council.

It would appear that most of the possible cuts will affect people working in jobs related to things like museums, libraries, housing, adult social care, child care and sports centres.

On the other hand, the council is reported to have said that teaching and social work jobs wonít be threatened. Probably because unions are expected to agree to wage cuts in an effort to avoid even more job being axed. Apparently, there was some overspending on services for people with learning disabilities, older adults and child protection. The lingering global recession most certainly compounds the issue.

It has been said that the cityís economy has been too reliant on its public sector. If these cuts become reality, it will make a noticeable dent in the cityís economy. Some people fear this could set the city into a downward spiral. But with all the talk about job cuts, the councilís website was advertising job vacancies at the time this article was written. Most of them are permanent management and teaching positions. In spite of the cuts, which will be unfortunate for those affected, the council will still have to maintain a certain number of staff, even in the affected areas, in order to keep the city running.

There will still be Birmingham City Council jobs, albeit reduced in number. Most likely, they will be vacancies opening up due to retirements, promotions or simply people moving on to other pastures. There was a time when Birmingham was at the centre of the industrial revolution in Britain. The city rose prominence as an engineering and manufacturing centre. But those days are over now. More recently, the cityís economy has been tied to the service sector. Birmingham is faced with similar budget pressures as cities across the UK, and in fact, around the world. This is an age where corporate and government entities are forced to downsize, streamline or scale back in order to maintain some semblance of financial wellbeing.

If and when the councilís financial situation improves, itís difficult to predict if it will bring the number of jobs back to what is was before the announce was made. By then, the council may have found more efficient ways of doing things. Or it may simply deem that it can get by without most, if not all, of the services that will be affected by the job cuts. Only time will tell.

Recently, Birmingham City Council lost a dispute with female employees over pay equity. The legal ruling could cost the council as much as £30million. About 5,000 women stand to benefit from the ruling.

Some may argue that this will add to the councilís financial woes, and may very well be a factor behind the announced job cuts.

So, Birmingham residents should not expect to see mass hiring for Birmingham City Council jobs any time soon, but the occasional vacancy may pop up.

Visit: Birmingham City Council job site.

Have you had any experiences with any of them above? JSA questions are welcome on this thread!
« Last Edit: October 13, 2016, 11:25:30 AM by Learnist Careers »


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