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.

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Recognised as one of the “safest places to live and work” our County is an enviable mix of friendly bilingual communities, vibrant culture, beautiful coastlines and rolling countryside. What’s not to like?!

Lowest Crime Rate

In 2018 Dyfed Powys Police reported the lowest Crime rates in England and Wales.

Excellent Schools

We have a total of 46 schools in Ceredigion, 39 primary schools, four comprehensive schools, one 3-16 school and 2 3-19 schools.  Our schools are rated as some of the best in Wales.


With nearly 100km of coastline providing for plenty of beaches, including 5 blue flag beaches, Ceredigion is the envy of many.

Universities & Colleges

Ceredigion is home to two Universities and a further education college.

House Prices

£238,910.31 is the average house price for the county.

Historic Places

If history is your thing then there is much to explore in Ceredigion, from archaeological sites, mines, castles and more.

Golf Courses

Fancy a game of golf? We have 10 golf courses across the County.

Nature Reserves

18 nature reserves in the County.


We have a general hospital located in Aberystwyth as well as 4 community hospitals dotted across the County.

Places to eat

If you consider yourself a foodie then you’ll be thrilled with the choice in Ceredigion.


Home to the National Library of Wales, theatres and cinemas large and small, galleries and museums. You will find a thriving culture

Great place to be

We are proud to be able to report 90% visitor satisfaction in the County.

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