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As an employer of choice, Anglesey is a great place to live and work, but working for Isle of Anglesey County Council is more than just a job; it’s about making life better for the people who live and work on the island.

The Councils' aim is to be:

a professional and well run council, innovative and outward looking in our approach and committed to developing our people and partnerships in order to deliver efficient and effective services of good quality, that are highly valued by our citizens.

The County’s priorities for 2017-20 are to:

  • Ensure that the people of Anglesey can thrive and realise their long-term potential
  • Support vulnerable adults and families to keep them safe, healthy and as independent as possible

Work in partnership with our communities to ensure that they can cope effectively with change and developments whilst protecting our natural environment

We provide people with disabilities the option to apply for vacancies in different formats. Please contact the HR Team on 01248 750057 for further advice.

The Isle of Anglesey County Council is committed to equality of opportunity both in the provision of services and in its role as a major employer, and to the elimination of unfair and unlawful discrimination in all our policies, procedures and practices.

The Welsh Language requirement for each post is noted in the Job Description.

Should you wish to improve your Welsh language skills, there are a variety of learning options available through Learn Welsh.

Certain post will require you to have a current ongoing satisfactory DBS certificate. The requirement will always be noted within the relevant Job Description. Further information may be found here.

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