Important: Coronavirus

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.

Our people who work in social care make a huge difference to people’s lives. The contribution they make to the health, safety and wellbeing of Ceredigion’s vulnerable children and adults is priceless.

If you wish to pursue a career in care we have plenty of opportunities for you, from working as a care assistant in one of our residential care homes to working in the community as a social worker. We also have opportunities in occupational therapy, mental health, social care management, social care commissioning and much more.

Wherever your aspirations lie you will find that our people bring a can-do approach to everything they do, aiming always to ensure that decisions are fully focused on supporting our communities and protecting the vulnerable.

Current Vacancies

Peripatetic Care Assistant

Various Locations within Ceredigion



Closing date:
Care Assistant – Hafan Deg Residential Care Home



15.8 hours / Permanent

Closing date: 30/04/2020

Employee Stories

The Council have been very supportive and assisted me to further my education and obtain a degree in Health and Social Care, an NVQ in Management and Leadership as well as learn Welsh!

Janette Dixon, Team Lead Porth Gofal
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Despite all the challenges, it’s such an extremely rewarding job, making people’s lives happy and without pain, as they are growing older is the goal and seeing the joy of the residents’ faces when we’re out and about or, being part of an activity, is what it’s all about.

Dilys Megicks, Manager, Hafan Deg Residential Home
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The job can be challenging sometimes, but so can any job. The rewards outweigh the challenges. I like the variety of tasks, no two days are the same!

Ceri Anne Hughes, Care Apprentice
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