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Engineering your Future with Team 2100

Engineering your Future with Team 2100

Think you know about Engineering? Think again… Engineering your Future with Team 2100 is brought to you by Balfour Beatty and Environment Agency as they join forces for the biggest Engineering broadcast of 2020!

This live streamed event was broadcasts to thousands of people across the UK. Our interactive event featured a Q&A session with industry professionals, trainees, and young people who are curious about a career in engineering.

The LIVE CHAT is always open next to the video player so feel free to leave a question or comment for our panel of construction experts.

Please note: all Learn Live broadcasts both LIVE and On Demand are accessible to all parents and guardians at home.

About TEAM2100

The 10-year, TEAM2100 program to refurbish and replace tidal flood defences in London and the Thames Estuary is the Environment Agency’s single largest flood risk management program in England and one of the U.K. Government’s top 40 infrastructure projects.  Working in an integrated team with the Environment Agency and Balfour Beatty, our job is to inspect, refurbish and maintain flood defences along 175-kilometres of the River Thames and reduce the risk of tidal flooding to protect 1.3 million people and some £275 billion worth of property in London, Essex and Kent over the next 100 years. On a program this vital, some might call it too risky to trailblaze new technologies or apply innovations with the future of so many hanging in the balance.


About Balfour Beatty

Balfour Beatty is a leading international infrastructure group. With 26,000 employees, we provide innovative and efficient infrastructure that underpins our daily lives, supports communities and enables economic growth. We finance, develop, build and maintain complex infrastructure such as transportation, power and utility systems, social and commercial buildings.

Balfour Beatty careers are a fantastic opportunity for school and university leavers if you’re keen on personal development. When you join us, you’ll soon realise how much more there is to construction than you initially thought. With Balfour Beatty jobs and careers offered all around the UK at a wide range of locations, there are a multitude of different types of Balfour Beatty apprenticeships you can take advantage of including:

  • Digital Engineering
  • Procurement
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Business Support & Admin
  • Plant Maintenance

Here at Balfour Beatty, we feel there are a number of reasons why it’s special to work for us. Not only have we got a shared vision and responsibility to help millions of people but we are also dedicated and committed to the personal development of each and every employee that works for us. Whether you’ve worked for us for 10 years of you’ve just been taking on as Balfour Beatty apprentice, we’ll give you the trust and confidence you need to make a great start in your career at an outstanding, well-established company.

Balfour Beatty Careers

  • Apprentice applications open towards the end of January and close the end of April/May
  • The careers website is where we have videos and advice for future apprentices
  • There are a number of roles still advertised via the careers website above, just click on Apply Now on the webpage



About Environment Agency

We are the Environment Agency. We are the biggest and most wide-ranging environmental regulator in Europe. We work with businesses and communities to protect and improve the environment, for people and wildlife. And the need for our work is becoming ever more important.

We protect and improve the environment across England to:

  • reduce the risks to people and properties from flooding
  • help businesses and communities adapt to climate change
  • reduce pressures on biodiversity
  • help businesses to make sure they don’t harm the environment through pollution or taking too much water
  • issue licences and permits, and take action against people who don’t take their environmental responsibilities seriously

None of this is possible without a multi-talented team of professional and dedicated people. And just like the environment we help to care for, we’re home to an incredible diversity of skills and knowledge.

Today, we employ more than 12,000 people throughout England in a wide range of roles. You’ll find leading scientists and prominent geologists alongside public relations professionals, planners and policy advisors. We employ lawyers, enforcement officers and engineers, conservation scientists and marine biologists. And of course we have a wide team of support staff. We employ people at all stages of their career, from recent graduates to experienced leaders and internationally-renowned experts.




With a talent force of approximately 55,000, Jacobs provides a full spectrum of professional services including consulting, technical, scientific and project delivery for the government and private sector. Jacobs is delivering challenging programmes which benefit communities, cities and the economy – programmes which are central to building the UK’s future.

We look for enthusiastic, diverse talent from around the world and provide opportunities for them to begin their careers. Our early career programmes provide opportunities for graduates, interns, co-ops and apprentices.

Successfully managing community projects, initiatives and school programmes at a local, regional and global level, we believe the key to success is through the partnerships we’ve established with external agencies, local councils, our supply chain and our clients. Working collaboratively has allowed us to develop a robust set of systems and processes.

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As part of our engagement we offer a number of programmes including art projects, employability workshops, interview techniques, CV preparation, careers advice, building challenges, safety awareness and mentoring.

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  • Lindsay Peddie

    Senior FCRM Advisor, Environment Agency

    Lindsay has worked in Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM) in the Environment Agency for 16 years.  She is currently working with TEAM2100 to secure external funding from partners to enable maintenance and replacement works to take place on the tidal flood defences in the Thames estuary.

    At school Lindsay took science A-levels and went on to study Environment Management at University.  Lindsay started at the Environment Agency in the Development and Flood Risk team assessing planning applications and advising on flood risk to new developments.  Here she completed a MSc in Hydrology sponsored by the EA.   She later led FCRMs role nationally in the Water Framework Directive and specialised in the adoption of the Eel Regulations.  Before joining TEAM2100 Lindsay led on land use management for FCRM to manage flood risk for the Environment Agency. She influenced and worked with external partners and government organisations nationally on Defra’s Countryside Stewardship and as a result flood risk management was included in the scheme.

  • David Bacchus

    Section Engineer, Balfour Beatty

    David Bacchus is a Section Engineer working for Balfour Beatty on the TEAM2100 framework. David first joined Balfour Beatty back in 2013 during his University degree for his year-out in industry. This provided him with the great opportunity to experience and undertake the role of a Site Engineer constructing the new platform tunnels for Whitechapel Crossrail station. From this point onwards David has never looked back, working on a diverse range of projects and gaining various experiences; from setting out various reinforced concrete and steel structures to managing subcontractors, developing construction programmes and methodologies, overcoming challenges and finding solutions. David is passionate about his work and is always willing to get stuck in, collaborate and work with all sectors of the TEAM2100 delivery team. He is currently assisting the Project Manager in pre-construction on an exciting multiple lock gate replacement and flood defence upgrade scheme. Having achieved EngTech membership status with the Institute of Civil Engineers, David is also working towards achieving Chartered status.

  • Steve Woodger

    Senior Project Manager

    I started my career 47 years ago when I  left school, I did not know really what I wanted to do. I did contemplate on being a photographer, I even bought a camera. Another option was a hairdresser!  Now that would have been a mistake. All I did know is that I didn’t want to be sitting behind a desk every day and going into banking or accounting as it seemed to be the thing to do at that time. I was asked by my friend’s brother one day if would be interested in a position as a site engineer. That was the start of my 47 year career and I am fortunate enough to say it’s been an enjoyable journey and have met and worked with some great people, some of whom are still friends to this day.

    My journey thus far has allowed me to gain so much experience covering many work types from Main Drainage schemes in rural Kent, Quarry blasting for new industrial estate, highway construction, new power supplies to North London to  Deep shafts and Tunnelling, Cross rail and now TEAM2100 to name but a few. During this time I have covered all aspects of construction, including Estimating, Planning, Construction, Quantity Surveying, Procurement and managing sub-contractors.

    I joined Balfour Beatty in January 2015 as  Project Manager when the scheme had just started with a team of about 20 people, today we are 160 + people strong and working from offices in central London, Canary Wharf and the Thames Barrier. The programme consists of The Environment Agency as the Client, Jacobs as the Design and Consents team and Balfour Beatty as Principle Contractor and delivery arm spanning the 10 year framework. One unique factor that is so important for all new people joining the programme is that you are able to work on a scheme/ project that takes it along its entire Gate life cycle programme from Conception all the way to delivery, commissioning and handover to the client. Every scheme we have undertaken in 5 years are all different (with the exception of one) covering M&E, Marine works, Communications, upgrade of Fire systems and monitoring, Civil Engineering and  Site Investigation.

  • Abby Crisostomo

    Strategic Asset Management Senior Advisor, Environment Agency

    Abby leads on strategic asset management for tidal flood risk and climate change in the Thames estuary for the Environment Agency as part of the Thames Estuary 2100 Plan. She also chairs CIWEM’s SuDS and Water Reuse Policy Leadership Group.

    Abby works on policy, planning and strategic delivery with a focus on the intersection of environment, community and development. Prior to the EA, she led on climate adaptation and green infrastructure for the Greater London Authority; delivered sustainable design and construction for KLH Sustainability, including London Olympic Park legacy projects; and worked on environment and social policy and planning in the US at the Metropolitan Planning Council and the Alliance for the Great Lakes.

  • Matthew Arthur

    Senior Advisor, Environment Agency

    I left college early (at 17) to pursue a career in traditional boat building full time. While I enjoyed, this I was not the best carpenter and I decided it was not the best career to be in, as it is not exactly a growth industry. I then did one year in working warehousing.

    And then with my maths A level, and Physics AS, was accepted onto a foundation trainee course with the Environment Agency (EA), in 2008.


    This course was an ideal introduction to the EA with a blend over academic learning and placements in five different flood risk teams in London. I qualified with a foundation degreed in 2010. I then worked in a town planning team for the EA for 2 years, before moving to Asset Performance (AP) team where I have been for the last 8 years. During this time, I have also continued my academic studies (sponsored by the EA)  alongside my day job. There have been a few set-backs and challenges associated with working full time for a large public body and studying, but I have recently completed my Masters in Flood and Coastal Engineering. I have also just started on a National secondment focused on flood risk modelling for asset management and other data challenges.


    My day job for the asset performance team was very varied, our teams role was to ensure the integrity of over 200 kilometres of walls and embankments owned by others (not the EA), that are integral to keeping the north sea out of London. Critical to our teams work is the regular inspection and investigation of these assets, my role was not only to utilise our various data sources to direct our resources (e.g. further investigations and remediation works etc.), but also to investigate and deliver new and innovative techniques for the capture storage and dissemination of data – such as the boat based LiDAR data techniques I discuss in the video.


    My work with AP was very varied, and as well as the technical aspects, people skills and working with others is key. As well as our own internal works and investigation a key part of the team’s role is prevent others from putting London at risk through their work. I have advised many third party schemes, including major infrastructure projects such as Tideway and Silvertown tunnels. This involved not only providing technical advice and data to the external project teams, but also a significant amount of work prior to this, with the internal (EA) legal and planning teams to put the legal framework in place to ensure London’s (tidal) flood risk protection continues throughout these third party schemes.

  • Stefan Attfield

    Site Agent | Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 Programme (TEAM2100)

    Stefan has worked in the civil engineering industry for 13 years. Stefan’s career started with an apprenticeship which gave him a unique mix of academic learning and workplace experience. He has progressed from design apprentice to design engineer, site engineer to site manager, working for some of the top civil engineering and construction companies along the way.  Stefan is passionate about delivering projects within budget, to programme and with zero defects. Stefan is currently managing a flood defence project along the River Thames.

  • Helena Henao-Fernandez

    Deputy Programme Director | TEAM2100 Environment Agency

    Helena Henao-Fernandez has been involved in the Asset Management and Tidal Flood Risk Protection for London and the Thames Estuary for the last 14 years. A Chartered Civil Engineer and Fellow Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Helena has more than 23-years experience exercising the profession on a wide range of strategic infrastructure projects in different countries. Her passion for flood risk management in the River Thames is currently fulfilled at her current role as Deputy Programme Director for the Thames Estuary Asset Management Programme (TEAM2100). In this role Helena is the lead on behalf of the Environment Agency in the United Kingdom for the first phase of a 100-year flood risk management plan for the Thames Estuary. The programme is estimated to cost £3 billion over the next 40 years and requires £308 million of asset management investment during the first 10-year implementation.

  • Katie Boon

    Environment Agency.

    Katie works as a Technical Advisor in the Asset Performance Team at the Environment Agency. She works to manage the life cycle of flood risk assets, including earth embankments, seawalls, pumping stations, flood storage reservoirs and control structures that are located on main river watercourses within the North Kent Catchment. This is achieved through undertaking regular assessments of the condition of the assets in order to identify, plan and commission future works. The part of the role that Katie is most passionate about is her involvement in the Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 (TEAM2100) team, which is the mechanism for delivering the first 10 years of investment in the tidal flood defences included within the Thames Estuary 2100 Strategy.

  • Rianne Hopkins

    Graduate Civil Engineer, Balfour Beatty

    Rianne is a Graduate Civil Engineer working for Balfour Beatty as a part of TEAM2100. She is currently working on a project at the Thames Barrier where she reviews and coordinates designs and communicates ideas with those working on site. Her role also involves liaising with subcontractors regarding specifications, their programmed works and design developments and changes.

    She studied A Levels in Maths, Physics and Economics followed by a BEng in Civil Engineering at university and has been working on TEAM2100 for one year.

  • William Mathew

    Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 Programme (TEAM2100)

    William didn’t do as well has he hoped when completing his A-Levels, which meant he was unable to attend the University as he had planned. After working in the retail management sector for 6 years  William decided he wanted a change of career, joining Jacobs apprenticeship programme gave him the opportunity to do this. After completing a two year BTEC he was able to join the Civil Engineering Apprenticeship degree at Kingston University, and is 3 years into the 5 year course. On completion of the course William aims to become an Incorporated member of the ICE which will set on the path of becoming a chartered Engineer.

    William currently works for Jacobs on the TEAM2100 programme, which is tasked with improving London tidal defences. He is based at the Thames Barrier and has been involved in a number of different project in range of subjects which has helped broaden his experience in, construction assurance, options appraisals, sediment tracing, outline design, cost and change management.

  • Kate Young

    Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 Programme (TEAM2100)

    Kate is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with experience encompassing strategic safety and asset management planning, spanning both the construction and defence sectors and major programmes such as Crossrail.  Approximately 10 years ago she took on the role of Technology Manager, helping bring together leading industry and academic thinking to help facilitate real change on projects and encourage collaborative innovation.  As part of this work she had the opportunity to go back to University to undertake a DPhil with the Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium (ITRC) at the University of Oxford, focusing her research on long-term decision making for infrastructure projects, particularly the use of flexible adaptive approaches that is at the heart of the Environment Agency’s Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 (TEAM2100) programme – the £300m, 10-year pathfinder programme managing the tidal flood defences of the Thames Estuary where Kate currently holds the role of Innovation Manager.

    In parallel to her role on TEAM2100, Kate sits as a core member of the  Asset Management Advisory leadership team in Jacobs and leads on innovation and digital disruption for the Strategic Consulting Operating Unit. More widely, Kate is a member of the Infrastructure Industry Innovation Partnership (i3P) Delivery Leadership Group, Co-Chairing the i3P Community to build engagement and collaboration between infrastructure sectors and programmes.

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    Ydych chi am chwarae eich rhan yng Nghyfrifiad 2021? Mae ein swyddogion yn cyfrannu at lwyddiant cyffredinol y cyfrifiad. Mae hyn yn cynnwys ymweld ag eiddo gwahanol mewn ardal benodol, a hynny sawl gwaith weithiau. Y nod yw gwneud pobl yn ymwybodol o’r rheswm pam mae’r cyfrifiad yn bwysig a darparu gwybodaeth sy’n sicrhau bod ein cofrestr o gyfeiriadau yn gyfredol.

    Fel swyddog symudol y cyfrifiad, mewn ardal benodol, byddwch yn rhan o dîm o hyd at 12 o swyddogion y cyfrifiad, a byddwch yn atebol i arweinydd tîm y cyfrifiad. Prif ddiben eich rôl fydd annog y bobl yn eich ardal i gwblhau holiadur ar-lein Cyfrifiad 2021. Byddwch yn cael llwyth gwaith dyddiol o gyfeiriadau nad ydynt wedi cyflwyno holiadur y cyfrifiad eto, a bydd angen cynnal ymweliad dilynol i’w cefnogi a’u hannog i’w gwblhau. Byddwch yn helpu preswylwyr i ddeall pwysigrwydd y cyfrifiad, a’r rôl hanfodol sydd ganddynt i sicrhau ei fod yn llwyddiant. Byddwch yn eu helpu i oresgyn unrhyw wrthwynebiadau neu rwystrau a allai fod ganddynt sy’n eu hatal rhag ei gwblhau, gan eu helpu eich hun neu eu cyfeirio at gymorth sydd ar gael. Byddwch yn cynorthwyo pobl i gwblhau eu holiaduron, naill ai ar garreg y drws neu mewn digwyddiadau cwblhau. Byddwch yn gweithio gyda rheolwyr ymgysylltu’r cyfrifiad i gefnogi ymgysylltiad ehangach mewn digwyddiadau cymunedol yn ôl yr angen.


    • cynyddu cyfraddau ymateb y cyfrifiad
    • datblygu enw da’r cyfrifiad

    Am fwy o wybodaeth cliciwch yma

  • Swyddi Gwag

    Rydym yn chwilio am unigolion brwdfrydig, ymroddedig, a all fod yn rhan o dîm, sydd yn teimlo yn angerddol am ddatblygu Gogledd Cymru! A all hyn fod ynoch chi? Os ia, plîs llenwch y ffurflen yma, ac mi wnawn eich e-bostio pan fydd y swydd yn fyw!

    Mae Gogledd Cymru yn le arbennig i fyw a gweithio, beth am chwarae rhan allweddol wrth lunio dyfodol y rhanbarth.



  • We’re looking for enthusiastic, committed individuals who are team players and are passionate about developing the region! Think this could be you? Then please fill the form and we’ll update you once the job is live!

    North Wales is an excellent place to live and work, why not play a key role in shaping its future?


  • MacIntyre - Frontline Manager (learning disabilities)

    Are you currently a Team Leader or Senior Support Worker looking for your next move? Do you have experience supporting people who have a learning disability? Join us as Front Line Manager to lead a team supporting four adults as they move into their new homes.

    The people you and your team will support have diagnoses of mild to moderate learning difficulties, autism, communication delay, health conditions and complex needs.

    They need their staff to be resilient, fun, understanding, hardworking, consistent, confident and caring. They require a wide range of support with personal care, managing medication and finances, supporting them to get out and about, maintain relationships with family and friends, enjoy their hobbies and learn new skills.

    You’ll lead a team of fifteen Support Workers, encouraging and mentoring them, completing supervisions and appraisals and ensuring staff have all the training and resources they need. You’ll work with your team to keep support fresh, creative and genuinely person-centred.

    ou’ll develop constructive relationships with external professionals, social work teams, families, and the local community.

    You’ll have overall responsible for ensuring any staff vacancies are filled promptly, working with our internal recruitment team.

    You will also be part of the area on-call system

    Are you interested in this amazing opportunity? If you are click here now!

  • Grŵp Llandrillo Menai - Skills for Employers & Employees

    The £16.2M Skills for Employers and Employees (SEE) project will provide training programmes targeted at business in key sectors across North Wales. The project aims to support 7,000 employees across the region which will help develop key skills needed to grow the regional economy.

    This a project in partnership with Coleg Cambria and WEA Cymru and builds on the success of other ESF programmes such as the Dyfodol project.

    Funding will be made available to all private sector employers from sole traders to large companies based in the counties of Conwy, Gwynedd, Anglesey, Flintshire, Denbighshire and Wrexham.

    There’s now an even higher level of financial support available through the project in response to the Covid-19 virus situation. Therefore you can reap the rewards of accessing up to 100% subsidised training for your workforce (eligibility criteria applies*) up until the 31st August 2021.

    Business must not have exceeded receipt of maximum value 200,000 euros of De Minimis state aid in the last 3 financial years. De Minimis declaration required.

    Is this something that you are interested in? If you are then click here for more information!

  • Census - HH Mobile Officer

    Given the unique nature of the census ONS need to have some flexibility to react to any situation that may arise.  To support this need, we have developed mobile officer roles. These roles will be assigned to a mobile team, managed by a mobile team leader, and will require travel within a team to one or several locations across England and Wales where additional resources are required.

    As census mobile officer, in an assigned working area, you’ll be part of a team of up to 12 census officers, reporting to a census team leader. The main purpose of your role is to encourage the people in your area to complete their Census 2021 online questionnaire. You’ll receive a daily workload of addresses that have yet to submit a census questionnaire, which require a follow up visit to support and encourage completion. You’ll help residents understand the importance of the census, and the vital role they have in making it a success. You’ll help them overcome any objections or barriers they may have to completing, either helping them yourself or referring them to available support. You’ll be assisting people to complete their questionnaires, either on the doorstep or at completion events. You’ll work with the census engagement managers to support wider engagement at community events as required.


    • increase response rates to the census
    • build up the census’ reputation

    For more information please click here!

  • Grŵp Llandrillo Menai - Become an Apprentice

    Whether you are a young person aged 16-19 or aged 20 and over, a range of options may be open to you which will allow you to build your knowledge and skills through work.

    Learning can often take place in the workplace under the supervision of qualified instructors and backed up by training at the college.

    You can search our current apprenticeship vacancies here or fill in the contact form and one of our Advisors will be in touch to discuss your options.

    An apprentice can expect to earn between £77,000 – £117,000 in additional lifetime earnings.

    86% said their apprenticeship increased their self-confidence.

    Apprenticeships are becoming more and more popular as the route into a successful career. With an apprenticeship you earn while you learn, you gain recognised qualifications, job specific skills and knowledge and this all helps you stand out in the job market.

    If you are interested in becoming an apprentice, click here!

  • Grŵp Llandrillo Menai

    Personal Learning Account

    The Personal Learning Account provides you with a way of accessing a wide range of free and flexible training.

    These courses allow you to gain new skills and qualifications that employers want – helping you to progress in your current career or open up new job opportunities.

    You can study these courses around your current job and family commitments with a range of locations and dates available.

    To be eligible for training through the Personal Learning Account, you must meet at least one of the following criteria, and be:

    • Employed (including self-employed) and earning under £26,000
    • A furloughed worker, including anyone who has accessed or is accessing the UK Government Job Retention Scheme (which runs until December 2020) or the Job Support Scheme (in operation from 1st November 2020)
    • On a zero hours contract
    • An agency staff
    • At risk of being made redundant

    We have a wide range of courses that cover a variety of different sectors.

    Alongside courses taught at the college, we also have a range of online courses available. These may be a mixture of online and social-distanced practical work, and some courses can be started at any time.

    More courses are being added all the time, so bookmark our page and keep checking back for new opportunities.

    For more information click here now!

  • Census - HH Officer

    Ydych chi am chwarae eich rhan yng Nghyfrifiad 2021? Mae ein swyddogion yn cyfrannu at lwyddiant cyffredinol y cyfrifiad. Mae hyn yn cynnwys ymweld ag eiddo gwahanol mewn ardal benodol, a hynny sawl gwaith weithiau. Y nod yw gwneud pobl yn ymwybodol o’r rheswm pam mae’r cyfrifiad yn bwysig a darparu gwybodaeth sy’n sicrhau bod ein cofrestr o gyfeiriadau yn gyfredol.

    Fel wyneb cyfeillgar y cyfrifiad, mae’n bwysig eich bod yn gallu ymgysylltu â phobl o bob cefndir. Byddwch yn mwynhau  bod yn rhan o dîm agos a chefnogol. Byddwch hefyd yn gwybod sut i ddefnyddio ffonau clyfar ac yn gallu gweithio oriau hyblyg. Rydych hefyd yn gyfforddus yn gweithio’n annibynnol, yn wydn ac mae gennych fynediad dibynadwy i drafnidiaeth. Gallai iaith wahanol fod yn ddefnyddiol. Y naill ffordd neu’r llall, mae gennych sgiliau cyfathrebu ardderchog a’r gallu i feithrin ymddiriedaeth. Mae hefyd yn hanfodol eich bod yn dilyn ein prosesau ac yn cadw’r wybodaeth rydych yn ei chasglu yn gyfrinachol ac yn ddiogel.


    • cynyddu cyfraddau ymateb y cyfrifiad
    • datblygu enw da’r cyfrifiad

    Am fwy o wybodaeth cliciwch yma

  • Gyrfa Cymru - Mentor STEM

    Mae Career Choices Dewis Gyrfa Ltd yn is-gwmni ym mherchnogaeth lwyr Llywodraeth Cymru. Rydym yn cyflawni’r cylch gwaith a bennir gan Weinidogion Cymru ac yn darparu gwasanaeth Gwybodaeth, Cyngor a Chyfarwyddyd Gyrfaoedd annibynnol, diduedd a dwyieithog i bobl o bob oedran yng Nghymru.

    Ein gweledigaeth yw y dylai pob person ifanc allu symud yn rhwydd ac yn llwyddiannus i mewn i waith ac y dylai oedolion gael eu hysbrydoli i fod yn gyfrifol am eu gyrfaoedd.

    A oes gennych ddiddordeb mewn gweithio mewn partneriaeth â busnesau a chyflogwyr STEM er mwyn helpu i ganfod sut y gallant ymgysylltu â’r byd addysg a chodi ymwybyddiaeth dysgwyr o natur newidiol y byd gwaith, y sgiliau sydd eu hangen a’r cyfleoedd sydd ar gael o fewn y maes STEM?

    Bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus yn creu, yn sefydlu ac yn cynnal cysylltiadau cadarnhaol â rhwydwaith o gyflogwyr a’u cyrff proffesiynol i gefnogi’r broses o gyflwyno gwasanaethau cysylltu â chyflogwyr i ysgolion ar draws Gogledd-orllewin Cymru.

    Bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus hefyd yn gweithio gyda llwyth achosion cyfranogwyr Blwyddyn 7-13 ym mhob ysgol i godi eu hymwybyddiaeth o’r cyfleoedd sy’n codi o fewn y maes STEM.

    Mae’r gallu i weithio drwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg yn hanfodol ar gyfer y swydd hon.

    Bydd yn ofynnol i’r ymgeiswyr llwyddiannus gael Datgeliad Manylach gan y Gwasanaeth Datgelu a Gwahardd.

    am fwy o wybodaeth cliciwch yma nawr!
  • Wynne Construction - Harrison Specialist Joinery

    Harrison Specialist Joinery Ltd is a specialist manufacturer of bespoke joinery products. In addition to bespoke joinery, we also provide office partitioning and shopfitting services. We can manufacture on a supply only or a supply and fit basis. Our team of highly trained, skilled craftsmen are well placed to meet and deliver all of your bespoke joinery requirements.
    With our vast knowledge and experience working on luxury and prestigious commercial joinery projects of all sizes throughout the North West, our expertise will ensure that your next joinery project is manufactured to the highest standards of craftsmanship. Take a moment to view our gallery which demonstrates our emphasis on high-quality joinery products.

    For more information about Harrison Specialist Joinery, click here!

  • Census - HH Officer

    Want to play your part in making Census 2021 happen? Our officers contribute to the overall success of the census. This involves visiting different properties in an assigned area, sometimes several times. The goal is to make people aware why the census is important and feedback information that keeps our address register up to date.

    As the friendly face of the census, it’s important that you’re able to approach people from all walks of life. You will enjoy being part of a close-knit and supportive team, plus you will be smartphone savvy and flexible about your working hours. You’re also comfortable with working by yourself, resilient, and you’ve reliable access to transport. A different language could be useful. Either way, you’ve got great communications skills and the ability to build trust. It’s also vital that you stick to our processes and keep the information you collect confidential, safe and secure.


    • increase response rates to the census
    • build on the census’ good reputation
    • help us deliver a high-quality census

    For information about this role with Census, click here!

  • Careers Wales - STEM Mentor

    Career Choices Dewis Gyrfa Ltd (CCDG) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Welsh Government. We deliver a remit set by Welsh Ministers and provide the all-age, independent, impartial and bilingual Careers Information, Advice and Guidance (CIAG) service in Wales.

    Our vision is for all young people to move smoothly and successfully into employment and for adults to be inspired to take control of their careers.

    Are you interested in working in partnership with STEM businesses and employers to help identify how they can engage with education to raise learners’ awareness of the changing nature of the world of work, the skills needed and the opportunities that are available within STEM?

    The successful applicant will identify, establish and sustain positive relationships with a network of employers and their professional bodies to support the delivery of employer engagement services to schools across North West Wales.

    The successful applicant will also work with a caseload of Year 7-13 participants from across the schools to raise their awareness of the opportunities that arise within STEM.

    The ability to work through the medium of Welsh is essential for this role.

    Successful applicants will be required to have an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

    Would you like the chance to take part in this amazing opportunity? Click here now!

  • MacIntyre - Support Worker

    Bring your great customer service skills to work with us! Join us as a Part-time Support Worker (20-24 hours per week ). 

    We know that in these challenging times as businesses are having to close, their staff will be looking for additional, or new, employment opportunities. At the same time, some of our regular staff are having to self-isolate.

    We can help each other! We love what we do and are recognised as an award winning charity for our passion and dedication. Join us as a  Support Worker and you’ll soon see why.

    You’ll be supporting women who have learning disabilities, autism and complex behaviours. They need support with a range of activities from the everyday living needs and ‘must dos’ (such as assisting with medications, supporting with attending health and medical appointments), through to the lighter side of life doing things like becoming involved with the local community, shopping, baking, walking, swimming, listening to music, watching movies and socialising with family and friends. Over time, you’ll help them become more independent. There is also some personal care involved with these roles.

    Our home operates 24/7 and shifts are organised well in advance and worked on a rota basis. Shifts will include evenings, weekends and sleep-ins.

    If you like the sound of this amazing opportunity then click here now!

  • Customer Service Advisor - Pure Planet

    If you’re passionate about people and creating great experiences, we’ll give you everything else you need to grow your skills and knowledge.

    Communicating with our Members across digital channels, you’ll be the voice of Pure Planet as you advise and guide, educate and engage, support and feedback.

    It’s an exciting time to join us — we continue to grow at pace. Your role will evolve and diversify, and you’ll have every opportunity to influence and develop our proposition.

    We’re committed to enabling our members to save money on their energy bills in a sustainable way as possible. We wish to encourage the uptake of renewable technologies that meet the Pure Planet values of Smart; Sustainable and Shared.

    Would you like to help out at Pure Planet?

    If you do click here for more information and how to apply!

  • Transport for Wales Careers

    We draw our expertise from all quarters, putting it to work for the benefit of passengers in Wales. We’re ready, willing and able to push the boundaries, to embrace new opportunities and to be dynamic in our approach.

    Here are some of the vacancies available right now:

    Graduate Scheme: Engineering x 2

    Graduate Scheme: Risk Analysis

    Graduate Scheme: Transport Planning

    Transport Planner

    Pensions Lead

    Strategic Publications Manager

    Communications Business Partner

    Community Engagement Officer (South)

    Project Manager

    We’re expanding our capabilities in transport infrastructure and services delivery.

    Please click here for more information and how to apply for these roles!

  • How would you feel about working in a castle?

  • Support the Census!

  • Retail Assistant - Online Picking - The Food Warehouse

    The Food Warehouse is a point of difference in the food retail industry and we have exciting opportunities available for Online Pickers to join our dynamic team. The position is suited to an individual with passion for doing a great job. We believe that our success comes from our colleagues, so we are looking for committed team players to help us become the best on the Highstreet when it comes to accurately and efficiently fulfilling customer online shopping orders.

    As a member of our online operation, your role is to pick and pack our great quality products for our online customers as if you were shopping for yourself.

    This is a job that can offer you flexibility across a variety of shift patterns, a great rate of pay, and the opportunity to become part of a supportive and connected team.

    Essential criteria for this role:

    • Work with efficiency, accuracy and pace
    • Take pride in your work
    • Have a positive can-do attitude
    • Must be highly flexible to work unsociable shifts

    Would you like to work at the Food Warehouse?

    If you do then click here and apply now!

  • Body Shop Technicians wanted

  • Data Solution Designer - Asda

    Are you interested in working within a Technology Data team that’s created 20 new positions this year with the opportunity to grow and develop your career?

    Do you get excited by new technology?

    Asda is investing heavily in its data landscape and you’ll have the opportunity to shape our technology for the future.

    Your Role:

    • You’ll own the technical design of solutions for the Data, Insights and Analytics team, working with the appropriate stakeholders including business and architecture.
    • Recommend best practice for a given solution and take artefacts from multiple colleagues, and then translating these into lower level designs that can be used by developers to create great solutions.
    • You’ll work with business stakeholders to produce proof of concepts or patterns for solutions prior to going into ‘full blown’ development

    If you are interested in this role at Asda, click here now to apply!

  • Are you a caring person? If you are, this may be the role for you!

  • Assistant Manager at JD!

    In this role, you will assist the Store Manager in the day to day running of the store. Taking ownership of a number of duties while making sure that the stores KPIs are achieved. Furthermore, in the Manager’s absence, you will be the first point of contact, therefore you will motivate the workforce to drive sales and offer exceptional customer service while exceeding targets and maintaining the standards of the business.

    Customer service role:

    • Ensure that customers are given considerate and responsible service throughout their visit.
    • Deal with inquiries and complaints resolving the issue at the earliest opportunity in a professional manner.
    • Ensure that personal appearance and standard of dress for the internal team is in line with company guidelines.
    • Have an understanding of the Customer Service measuring programme, Customer Satisfaction Surveys

    There are many benefits to this role, if you think it may be the role for you then click here now! is operated by Learn Live Limited registered in England under company number 08812253, whose registered address is Chorley Business and Technical Centre, Euxton Lane, Chorley PR7 6TE

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