We are committed to ensuring the safety of our communities and employees. In light of current circumstances, we have decided to suspend all shortlisting and interviewing activity. As a result of this decision, the application closing date for most of our jobs has been extended until 30 April 2020. There may be key jobs which are excluded from this arrangement to help support our ongoing response.
Please visit our Coronavirus FAQ page for more information.
Are you experiencing in-work poverty, unemployment, living on minimum wage or struggling to pay basic monthly outgoings on sporadic zero hour contracts? Communities For Work Plus may be able to support you.
Communities For Work Plus is a Welsh Government funded project, delivered by Ceredigion County Council which supports individuals aged 16 or over who are in or at risk of poverty, throughout Ceredigion.
Participants may be experiencing in-work poverty, unemployment, living on minimum wage or struggling to pay basic monthly outgoings on sporadic zero hour contracts.
Mentors provide 1:1 support for participants with writing the perfect job application and CV, support with job seeking, undertaking mock interviews, interview skills, confidence building, up-skilling and we can fund a wide variety of training.
Training courses range from First Aid qualifications, retail or healthcare, construction safety cards, security licences and much more.
If you think the project may be able to help you or if you would like more information, contact the team on 01545 574193 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, get in touch if you are an employer and have any opportunities for participants to undertake work experience or a paid work opportunity (funded by Communities For Work Plus).