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Isle of Anglesey County Council

Benefits of working at Isle of Anglesey County Council

Anglesey is known as the place where you can get away from it all and relax – anyone coming to work with us will discover a truly lovely county.

With 143 listed monuments on an island measuring just 276 square miles, you’re always close to history here on Anglesey with opportunities to peer thousands of years into the past at our ancient and atmospheric burial chambers, standing stones and Celtic Hillforts.

Why not navigate 400 steps to reach the stunning South Stack Lighthouse, where you will see out of this world views of our craggy coastline, plus countless numbers of swooping seabirds. If you think this is the place for you then start discovering Anglesey.

Anglesey County Council’s aim is to be a professional, well run council, innovative and outward looking in our approach, 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. In order to achieve this we pride ourselves on continuously improving our services, by listening to what our citizens, service users and businesses say, and allow their views to influence what we do.

As an employer, we recognise our most valuable assets are our people. We strive to be an employer of choice by providing a range of benefits that help us secure the engagement of employees and motivate them to deliver to the citizens of Anglesey.

The performance and development of our employees is managed through an annual performance development process, focusing on developing skills, knowledge, qualifications, and competencies centred on Anglesey’s Competency Framework that supports the Authority’s key objectives and 6 key themes. Ultimately, we recognise that developed, well equipped and satisfied employees will provide the best service to the citizens of Anglesey and those who work and live in the county.

Equal Opportunities

Achieving diversity in the workplace is important to us. It is not just about complying with the law, it’s about recognising and valuing each other’s differences and treating each other fairly. We want to recognise everybody’s worth regardless of their age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, sexual orientation, and religion or belief to ensure equality across all areas. We want to respect others, and be an understanding employer. It is felt that when people can be themselves, they perform better and it help us to reflect the community we serve.

All candidates with a disability who advise the Council at the time of their application and who meet the essential criteria of the post will be offered an interview.