Cyngor Gwynedd staff make unique and valuable contributions in our communities.
Take a look at the stories below to learn more about the careers and opportunities available in the Council and what it is like to work for us.
Apprenticeship: Wise choice - Enlli's story
After finishing my A Levels, I started a Forensic Psychology degree at Bangor University, but I realised that this was not the path for me. I decided to take a year out to work and earn my own money, with the intention of returning to University to study Accountancy.
Care career - Gwenno's Story
Many staff will have seen the Council's recent campaigns to attract more people to work for the Care sector. This is an opportunity to get to know one of the officers behind the work, Gwenno Williams.
Changing a career path - Dylan's Story
Dylan Owen, who works in the Children and Supporting Families Department, is about to qualify as a Social Worker with a first-class honours degree from the Open University.
Exceptional youth worker - Andrew's Story
The Youth Service managed to reach the short-list of the Youth Work Excellence Awards 2022 and the Service went on to win both awards in a ceremony held in Swansea in December.
From the world of education to the field of care - Mair's Story
Mair Hughes works as a Key Worker at Hafan y Sêr Short Break Residential Home. Hafan Y Sêr is a unique home since this is the only short break Home for children with disabilities in Gwynedd and Anglesey.
Leading the Way - Angharad's Story
Recently, the Arfon Recycling Team has welcomed a new member to their midst, with Angharad Williams being appointed as the first woman to receive a job with the collection crew. Therefore, this is an opportunity to welcome Angharad to the Council and get to know her better.
Love for the language - Keneuoe's Story
Keneuoe is originally from Lesotho but she moved to Gwynedd in 1997.
Stepping up through the graduates' scheme - Hannah's Story
I attended Ysgol Y Moelwyn secondary school and I went on to complete my AS Levels at Ysgol Dyffryn Conwy. I completed my degree in events management at John Moores University, Liverpool, in 2019.
Stepping up through the graduates' scheme - Miriam's Story
After choosing Law as an AS Level in Coleg Meirion Dwyfor, and enjoying it, I chose to go on to do this at the University of Sheffield. I completed a degree in Law with Criminology.
Success for the slate landscape of Wales – Hannah Joyce's Story
You must have been living under a rock (or slate!) if you have failed to notice that the Slate Landscape of North West Wales gained UNESCO World Heritage Site status during the Summer this year.
Support worker by day, Flamebaster by night - Chris's Story
Chris 'Flamebaster' Roberts may be a familiar face to many because of his cooking skills, but did you know that he works as a Support Worker for the Arfon Learning Disabilities team from day-to-day? EPIC!
Women in Leadership - Buddug's Story
Gwynedd Council’s Women in Leadership program has been nothing short of transformative for me, not only professionally but also personally.