Carpenter (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 28 February 2018
Birmingham city council were always a good company to work for apart from the salary is lower than average and the pay rises are non existent. He benefits of a good pension and long term sickness should you need it are a good benefit
Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) – woodcock street – 28 February 2018
it was good place to work but requires a lot of patience. I think the job is more fitted for people that can deal with being under pressure by the public as some of the customers can be aggressive over the phone.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 24 February 2018
I used to management the project to increases the membership to the library services from the Asian and ethnic minority. directly dealing with community organisation and individuals and organizing programmer to promote the councils services.
Street Cleaner (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 10 February 2018
I would go into work sign in then gather work mates jump in the van and go clean the streets like overgrown alleyways edging the footpaths graffiti removing and then putting green bags in the waste management truck then go an dispose it ar violia
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 9 December 2017
Education is now more about paper work than education. The council also has to be ruthless with budget cuts which means less staff and more children. Overall a good place to work, but not much work life balance.