Rhondda Cynon Taf Council Graduate Programme - USW Graduate Case Studies

May 1, 2018

This is an exciting and challenging time for Local Government as it seeks to continue to deliver high quality services at the same time as improved value for money. The role of local government in shaping the future of local communities will be more important than ever.

Working in Local Government offers some of the toughest and most intellectually stimulating challenges, as we provide services that affect thousands of lives in many different ways.

The Council is once again preparing to recruit to its Graduate Programme, which runs every two years, and offers a vibrant environment in which to learn new and transferable skills, meet people from a range of backgrounds and develop a professional career.

Read about the success of University of South Wales Graduates and their experience on the Graduate Scheme.

Lewis Jones – Graduate Officer – Building Surveyor

Jessica Allen – Past Graduate Officer now Head of Service for Attendance and Wellbeing

Graduate Programme Roles

Closing Date: 1 June 2018

Don’t forget that if you are applying for this or any other jobs, then the Careers Service is very happy to help you with your application. You can find resources to help you on our website and in the Employability Tools section of Unlife Connect. You can also book an appointment with a Careers Adviser or use the Ask a Question online service to get help with your applications or to prepare for interviews and assessment centres.

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