Career in care?

Working in Social Care is an interesting and rewarding opportunity to support and assist individuals and families. There is a growing demand for workers in a wide range of different jobs within the care sector.

 

MA Social work

 Do you have an undergraduate degree already? Do you work directly with vulnerable people and are looking to develop your career? If so, you may like to consider a career as a qualified social worker. 


Support workers

The Council also employs support workers to work with adults and children. For more information call us on 01286 679543 or e-mail swyddi@gwynedd.llyw.cymru

 


Jobs with independent providers

The Council commissions a number of services from independent providers to support individuals and families.  To see which posts they have available, please visit their websites: Details below

Please note: the list above does not represent the whole sector. There are other providers within the county.

 

Care Ambassadors Wales

Love your Job?  A new and exciting initiative has been set up in Wales to support recruitment in the Social Care, Early Yers and Childcare Sector.  We are looking for Ambassadors of Care to promote social care as a career choice.

Further information

 

QCF Diploma Qualification

Application Forms available from the QCF Co-ordinator, please return to:  QCF Co-ordinator, Workforce Development Unit, Social Services Department, Gwynedd Council, County Offices, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 1SH 

As part of the Partnership plan we have been working with training providers to provide a limited number of the following qualifications.

Further information about the courses can be found on the Care Council for Wales website:

Qualifications are very important in the care sector providing clear targets as set out in the link below:

For further information, contact us on: 01286 679075