Carreghofa School is in a peaceful village called Llanymynech, we are near the border in Powys by Shropshire. Carreghofa is full of 100 bright and unique pupils, learning to grow and create. These pupils will grow into amazing adults of society, reaching high for their goals and dreams. Our area is full of nature and adventures, from beautiful canals to the Heritage Area. Llanymynech is a lovely area to live. Carreghofa School is an amazing opportunity to learn a different language, we teach young learners Welsh and its culture. From easy greetings to full sentences. At Carreghofa we enjoy fun activities, whether outdoors in our forest school area, or getting creative indoors with art inspirations by famous artists. Committees is a time where children learn to be responsible with tasks and have opportunities to make the school more active, eco-friendly and much more. The pupils of Carreghofa have grown up in Wales and England, a small percentage have also come from different countries as well. Learning with us is a way to educate children into being gifted, talented and proud to be in our excellent community.
‘Carreghofa Primary School: Happy Together, Reaching High.”
School context written by Year 6
We are looking for a teacher who:
In exchange, the school can offer you:
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and strongly encouraged. Please contact the school office on: 01691 830396 or email email@example.com for a chat or to arrange a visit.
This position has a requirement for an Enhanced DBS Check.
This is an exciting opportunity to play a major role in taking forward workforce development for youth work in Wales. The Workforce Development Officer (WDO) will be located with the WLGA and work closely with ETS, Welsh Government and other key stakeholders in both voluntary and local authority sectors.
The Interim Youth Work Board (IYWB), in its final report to the Welsh Government ‘Time to deliver for young people in Wales’ (September 2021), identified the need for support and development of the youth work profession, a career structure offering progression, and a workforce development strategy and plan for the youth work sector. The WDO will play a leading role in putting this agenda into action.
You’ll be working with ETS and the Workforce Development Implementation Participation Group on implementing the Workforce Development Pilot Plan, including recruitment and retention issues, what’s available currently for youth workers and youth support workers in training and professional learning, how it is funded, and addressing the gaps.
We’re looking for a qualified youth and community worker with extensive experience in training and professional learning, who understands the youth work sector in Wales, has the proven ability to write and present plans effectively, and to discuss and consult on ideas about developing the workforce.
Based: One Canal Parade, Dumballs Road, Cardiff with the flexibility to work from home and remotely in accordance with our Agile Working Policy.
Politically Restricted: Yes
Welsh Language essential: No. The ability to speak and write fluently is desirable for this role.
For an initial discussion about the role please contact Steve Drowley (ETS Chair) on 07590 826679. We’re open to the role being a secondment or a job share and are keen to appoint as soon as possible. Interviews will be in person and are likely to be on 6th or 7th July 2023.
The successful candidate will be required to provide evidence of identity and eligibility to work in the UK.
The WLGA does not participate in the UK Visa Sponsorship Scheme therefore, candidates will have to provide evidence of their Right to Work in the UK if offered a role with us.
The Association is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Ysgol Calon Cymru is an 11-18 school in the heart of Powys with approximately 850 pupils and an active sixth form - https://www.ysgolcalon.cymru. We are proud of our pupils and expect them to work hard to achieve and then exceed their expectations.
We are seeking to appoint an exceptional Business Manager to play a central role in our School Leadership Team, providing strategic vision and operational deliverance on all matters relating to Budget, Finance, HR and Premises.
As the School Business Manager, you will be expected to support the headteacher in setting and meeting the strategic financial planning and management objectives of Ysgol Calon Cymru. You will advise the headteacher and Governing body on all financial matters and lead on income generation. The school business manager will have responsibility for administrative management, facility and property management and will take a lead role in health and safety.
The successful candidate will have significant experience at a senior level and be able to organise, lead and motivate staff: an excellent communicator, forward-thinker and creative leader, who is able to demonstrate good interpersonal skills allied with a drive to help the school develop and improve.
For further information please contact Dr Richard Jones, Head Teacher, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the role:
To assist the Cook in Charge in normal kitchen duties for the preparation, cooking and serving of food and drinks to the standard as laid down by Powys Catering Services. Compliance to nutritional standards as per the Healthy Schools in Wales measure 2013. To positively support and promote the Catering Service and its aims and objectives daily.
You must understand food safety.
Have you good understanding of the importance of food control
Food Safety Certificate level 2 is essential
What you will do:
Help to prepare meals.
Help set up and remove tables and chairs the dining area ready for meal time.
Keep the kitchen clean and tidy during meal preparation.
Wash cutlery and kitchen utensils.
Powys County Council currently applies a discretionary Living Wage supplement to all employees earning less than £10.90 per hour. The Living wage supplement is not guaranteed and is subject to regular review by the Council, is non contractual and can be removed at any time.
To find out more about working in Powys County Council please visit our main website
If you have any questions about the role, please contact the school.
Welsh Language Skills are essential for this position
Ysgol Gynradd Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant is a dual stream school for children aged 4-11 years; some of our children learn entirely through the medium of Welsh and some through English. However, all our pupils share the common experience of living and learning in Wales. It is expected for the successful candidate to teach a class of pupils from reception to year 2.
We are looking for a teacher who:
In exchange we can offer you:
Please contact the headteacher to discuss the post – email@example.com
Candidates are very welcome to contact the school to arrange a visit.
This role in the Live Well commissioning team delivers contract management to commissioned services supporting adults with disabilities, learning disabilities and mental health needs. With a flexible working environment and the opportunity to build your skills through working with a variety of support settings and internal teams, this post is ideal for someone with a dynamic, enthusiastic approach to social care provision in Powys.
If you have any questions about the role, please contact: Pamela Iyer firstname.lastname@example.org 01597 827616
Mae Corff Llywodraethol yr ysgol yn awyddus i benodi ymarferydd brwdfrydig, ymroddgar ac egnïol i ymuno â thîm cefnogol yr ysgol gynradd Gymraeg lwyddiannus hon.
MAE’R GALLU I GYFATHREBU’N YSGRIFENEDIG AC AR LAFAR I SAFON UCHEL YN Y GYMRAEG A’R SAESNEG YN HANFODOL AR GYFER Y SWYDD HON.
Gofynnir i chi ysgrifennu llythyr cais yn y Gymraeg a Saesneg, os gwelwch yn dda.
Gwahoddir pob darpar ymgeisydd i ymweld â’r ysgol. Cysylltwch â’r swyddfa ar email@example.com, y Pennaeth Mr Darryn Green ar firstname.lastname@example.org neu ffoniwch yr ysgol ar 01686622162.
Mae angen Gwiriad Manylach y DBS i’r swydd hon.
You will be responsible for the general cleaning of various Powys buildings, including vacuuming, mopping, cleaning furniture and work surfaces.
A good team player
Will need to be flexible in their approach to work
Ability to work alone when required
Excellent communication skills
What you will do:
Cleaning schools and buildings
Ensuring the establishment is secured
If you have any questions about the role, please contact: Acting Area Operational Supervisor South/North
This position has a requirement for an Enhanced DBS Check
The Governors of St. Michael’s Church in Wales Primary School, Kerry, wish to appoint an enthusiastic HLTA to join our successful village school.
The successful candidate will cover PPA in all classes and planning time is built in to the role, as well as supporting our youngest pupils in Reception and Year 1 during morning sessions.
The closing date is Monday 19th June with interviews to take place on Friday 30th June.
For further information please contact the Headteacher Mr. Phillips either by phone, 01686670208 or email email@example.com