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About the Modern Apprenticeships Programme With a Modern Apprenticeship you learn on the job. Get the experience you need while you work towards an industry recognised qualification. This means that MAs can build valuable work experience from day…
We actively encourage applications from disabled people and have signed up to the 'double tick' initiative. Disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for a post are guaranteed an interview.
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West Dunbartonshire offers activities and advice aimed at young people.
Council Administration West Dunbartonshire Council Strategic Budget and Capital Plan 2015 - 2017 'Delivering for the Future' Key points: This Administration rejects the UK Government's continued austerity and has provided an…
On 6th April the Government announced a new tax cut for businesses and charities. The Employment Allowance scheme will cut up to £2,000 from your Employer's National Insurance Contributions bill, allowing you essentially cash back on the cost of…
Search vacancies All our current vacancies are listed on the Scottish National Recruitment Portal - myjobscotland. You use the same site to apply for these roles, and set up an RSS feed to alert you to new vacancies at the…
Please see our Social Media Guidance page for information on how we interact with citizens on Social Media. West Dunbartonshire Council works to continually improve the way in which we communicate with people and to help us to do this, we now have…
The success of a meeting depends on how it is chaired. The Chairperson is the person who makes sure things are done. They are not the person who does everything. The Chairperson does two basic jobs: 1. Guide the association to achieve it’s…
Hundreds of people in West Dunbartonshire are in new jobs thanks to a successful scheme to improve employment among young people.
A social enterprise running community action workshops and two creative music-themed businesses are the latest to benefit from a Council fund aimed at improving the economy and creating sustainable jobs.
West Dunbartonshire Council is offering young people free driving lessons in a bid to improve their chances of securing a job.
West Dunbartonshire Council has supported 202 new business start ups in the past year.
Refreshed plans for the transformation of the former Exxon site in Bowling have been given the go ahead by Councillors.
West Dunbartonshire Council has created a £1million fund to support apprenticeships over the next four years.
West Dunbartonshire Council’s newest apprentices joined the team this week as part of a £1million investment.
West Dunbartonshire Council is a step closer to delivering its ambitious affordable new housing programme, after awarding a contract to a building partner
West Dunbartonshire has seen record numbers of school leavers going straight into work, further education and training.
West Dunbartonshire is set to host a week of activities aimed at inspiring and supporting new and established businesses in the area.