Education and Development CoordinatorMy Profile
In Awen, our purpose is simply to ‘make people’s lives better’, and that is true of our people whether you are showing someone to their theatre seat, leading a craft group in one of our libraries or working on our accounts in our office, we want to provide our customers with an excellent service whilst promising you an enjoyable and worthwhile role. We will do this by supporting and developing our people and shaping a culture of creativity, empowerment and continuous improvement that enables our teams to fulfil their potential, be happy and give their best at work. Our people are our success and you could be a part of that success.
There are 190 people working across Awen Cultural Trust and Awen Trading. These are some of our stories.
Do you have a few spare hours to support your local charity, meet new people, learn new skills or share your experiences? We are looking for volunteers across all areas of the organisation including libraries, Bryngarw Country Park, B-Leaf and Wood-B. Interested? Please complete this application form and we’ll be in touch soon.
Awen aspire to have a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. Therefore, we welcome all applications irrespective of gender, ethnic origin, religion, belief, sexual orientation, age or disability. We consider ourselves to be a family friendly employer and offer various flexible working patterns.
We are committed to interviewing all disabled applicants that meet the essential criteria for the post. In addition, we will make reasonable adjustments and make our process accessible to disabled applicants. These are commitments that Awen have signed up to under the Disability Confident Scheme.
Libraries Engagement OfficerMy Profile
Head of Infrastructure and Innovation