October News

October News

October News

  • Town Council Mayor
  • 10/15/2018 11:18:46 AM

 

Press Release:  Welsh Government - We are recruiting!

Here at the Welsh Government we are working to help improve the lives of our citizens and make our nation:

  • prosperous and secure
  • healthy and active
  • ambitious and learning
  • united and connected

We wanted to let you know that over the next few weeks we will be running a recruitment campaign to encourage people to apply to join us and to ask for your help in promoting the opportunities with your networks and stakeholders.

Opportunities available

We need people from all backgrounds and with different experiences to help us deliver our Government’s priorities and work for a successful transition for Wales as part of the UK’s exit from the EU.

 We have opportunities across a variety of roles and locations, from entry level up to management.

  • We’re especially looking for people with skills and expertise in the following areas:
  • Policy development and delivery
  • Digital
  • Legal
  • Project management
  • Data analysis
  • Economy
  • Environmental
  • Operational delivery
  • Research
  • Communications

Registering your interest

Our regional Jobs Fairs are now fully booked but prospective candidates can still register their interest to find out when opportunities become available, via our Online Talent Portal. Alternatively please visit our online recruitment system to see a full list of current vacancies. 

 

BGCBC:  Second Consultation - Review of Electoral Arrangements for the County Borough of Blaenau Gwent

This is a County Borough Review by The Boundary Commission, and this is the second consultation stage .  The Commission’s recommendation of Option A is reducing the number of County Borough Councillors from 42 to 33 and the electoral wards from 16 to 14.

The details of the review are on The Boundary Commission’s website.

Any comments or representations must be made direct to The Commission at ldbc.wales@gov.wales by 10th December 2018 or in writing to The Commission’s address