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Vale of Glamorgan Council
The Vale of Glamorgan Council provide services to our community, from refuse collection to regulatory services, social care to housing along with responsibility for over 50 schools.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council serves one of Wales’ most diverse local authority areas with 128,000 residents. As a Unitary Authority, we provide services to our community, from refuse collection to regulatory services, social care to housing along with responsibility for over 50 schools. We are the best performing Council in Wales having been ranked the number one council by the Wales Local Data Unit for the third year running.
We are keen to employ people who share and embrace our core values (Ambitious, Open, Together, Proud), recognise the importance of equality, transparency and fairness for all, and who will enable us to deliver services of the highest possible standard.
Where we are
Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. Main offices are located in Barry and Wenvoe. The authority stretches from the outskirts of Cardiff, along the coast through Penarth, Barry, Cowbridge to the border of Bridgend.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has a diverse range of job and career opportunities across a multitude of services including apprenticeships, work experience, traineeships and post graduate roles.
Competitive salaries, Local Government Pension scheme, generous annual leave and leave purchase scheme, flexible working policies, employee engagement groups, staff development (e.g. award winning Leadership Café) / career progression.
Residential Care Roles
•Care Assistant - Grade 3 £9.81
•Cook - Grade 4 £10.01 to £10.41
•Kitchen Assistant - Grade 1 £9.43
If you have experience working within residential care homes, this would be beneficial.
At the Vale of Glamorgan, we recognise that our greatest asset is our workforce and are proud to offer great benefits and career opportunities.
Our aim and objective is to improve our residents’ life experience and overall wellbeing by providing a quality service in a safe and homely environment, with care and support that is value based, outcome focussed and most appropriate for the individual.
Reablement Support Worker
Pay Details: Grade 3, SCP 4 £18,933 p.a. pro rata / £9.81 per hour plus enhancements
Hours of Work: Various hours available to cover our service up to a maximum of 30 hours per week
Main Place of Work: Various locations across the Vale
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our integrated multidisciplinary team. As one of our Reablement Support Workers you will support people in their own homes with daily living tasks such as personal care and meal preparation.
ICT Officer (Networks and Communications)
Pay Details: Grade 6 SCP 14 - 19 £23,080 to £25,481 p.a.
Hours of Work / Working Pattern: 37 hours per week
Main Place of Work: Multiple locations throughout the County
Working as part of the team, you will be responsible for supporting the network and telephone services which the Council operates.
This exciting role will see you working on a variety of hardware and software which is deployed throughout the Council network and telephony infrastructure.
The Council is in the process of migrating PSTN services to digital services, this role will be involved with this process working with various departments and partners.
Talk to us today!
Mathew James / Emily Woodley
Welcome to our vitrual stand! The Council has a wide range of opportunities from education, environmental protection, housing, engineering, IT, HR, Law and many other careers. It would be great to speak in more detail to understand what you are looking for in your career and to see if we can help identify any opportunities within the council. We can also cover what benefits we can offer you when working for the council. If you would like to set up a meet, please feel free, or if there is any questions you have over chat we are happy to answer them.
10:00 - 15:00