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Jobs available with the City and County of Swansea or partnership organisations.

Application forms must be submitted by 11.59pm on the closing date.

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Prior consideration will be given to those employees whose posts are at risk.

If you already work for the council you are also eligible to apply for internal vacancies available.

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Swansea Council needs talented people to deliver services to the residents of Swansea, and in return offers an attractive benefits package.

2021 Census vacancies

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) are recruiting temporary staff to work on the 2021 Census in Swansea. We are working in partnership with ONS to promote these opportunities.

WB Regional Business Change Manager (closing date: 02/02/21)

£43,857 - £47,863 per annum This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and motivated individual to contribute to the implementation of the Welsh Community Care Information System (WCCIS) across the West Glamorgan region.

Senior Communications & Business Engagement Officer (closing date: 25/01/21)

£33,782 - £37,890 per annum. We are looking for a highly-skilled and experienced communications professional with a track record in local government, delivering high-impact PR campaigns using a range of platforms and advanced video production.

Technical Support Officer (closing date: 27/01/21)

£20,092 - £20,903 per annum The successful candidate will have excellent administration skills and be a self-motivated individual to work within a busy Highways office, with the ability to learn new skills quickly.

Licensing Assistant (closing date: 28/01/21)

£20,092 - £20,903 per annum (pro rata). We are looking for a Licensing Assistant to work part time (22.2 hours per week) within the Licensing Team.

Section Leader - Quantity Surveying & Estimating (closing date: 28/01/21)

£37,849 - £41,675 per annum Reporting to the Group Leader Quantity Surveying and Estimating you will undertake an instrumental and pivotal role where you will be closely monitoring all financial aspects of the projects undertaken.

Apprentice Gardener (closing date: 29/01/2021)

£18,933 per annum. 1st Year - £8,519 (45% of salary), 2nd Year - £11,359 (60% of salary), 3rd Year - £14,199 (75% of salary). We are currently looking to recruit 1 apprentice to join our Specialist Parks section predominantly working in the Botanical Gardens and Clyne Gardens however; rotation throughout the section should be expected.

Community Care Assistant (closing date: 31/01/2021)

£20,092 to £20,903 pro rata. We have a mix of permanent, temporary and relief contracts available with pay starting at £10.41 per hour.

Social Worker x 3 (closing date: 04/02/21)

Grade 8, £29,577 - £32,910 per annum (pro-rata) (newly qualified), Grade 9, £33,782 - £37,890 per annum (pro-rata). The Hospital Social Work Team has two full time vacancies (one is temporary until July 2021) for a qualified Social worker (37 hours) and a part time vacancy (18.5 hours). It is planned for the full time post to be in Morriston and the part time post to be in either Morriston or Singleton, however some flexibility is expected.

Social Worker - Hidden Harm (closing date:05/02/21)

£29,577 - £32,910 per annum (NQ)/ £33,782 - £37,890 per annum. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Hidden Harm Social Worker (on a fixed term contract up to the 31st of March, 2022), within Child and Family Services, Family Support Swansea) - a great place to live and work.

Bridgend County Borough Council. Valleys Regional Park Business and Partnership Co-ordinator (Closing date: 03/02/21)

£33,782 - £35,745 per annum. Fixed Term to end of June 2023. 37 Hours per week. The Valleys Regional Park (VRP) has been developed through the Welsh Government Ministerial Taskforce for the Valleys in partnership with the Valleys local authorities, Natural Resources Wales, Visit Wales and Welsh Government policy colleagues in Health and Environment Divisions.

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