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Pembrokeshire is a unique and beautiful county situated on the south west coast of Wales, bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Its coastal edge is covered by the world renowned Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and includes rugged coastline, cliffs, sandy beaches, seaside towns and offshore islands. Much of the county is rural and tranquil, with narrow lanes linking rich and fertile farmland.
Pembrokeshire County Council has responsibility for nearly £1 billion of assets. There is a significant range of property and land, making their portfolio varied and interesting. With a population of around 122,000 and around 7 million visitors a year including day trippers, there is plenty going on! The portfolio comprises around 5,000 acres of farmland, a number of schools, operational council buildings, a range of retail and commercial, leisure centres, an airport, the Celtic Freeport as well as housing stock which is managed by the housing team. Pembrokeshire has been successful securing Levelling Up Funding, and has a number of buildings of historical significance which provide both ongoing revenue and development opportunities.
Pembrokeshire County Council is the biggest employer in the county, with around 6,100 employees providing the essential services to meet the needs of its residents and visitors. These services include education and schools, social services, waste and recycling, housing and leisure and more. Our aim is to ensure that Pembrokeshire is prosperous and that it remains vibrant and special.
Our people are at the heart of what we do, and when it comes to taking care of our employees we are proud of what we can offer.
As well as a stunning location and excellent work-life balance, we offer great employee benefits, including flexible working, structured career progression and a generous relocation package of up to £8000 for eligible roles.
Our supportive management team is committed to a culture of openness and transparency. We provide comprehensive induction plans and a supportive working structure, ensuring you have all you need to perform to the best of your abilities, whilst doing a job you love. We also want you to have access to the best development opportunities, and offer a wide range of tailored one-to-one and group training, coaching, mentoring and leadership & management programmes.
Please take a look at our Live & Work Document.
As an organisation we have a clear sense of purpose:
Working together, improving lives
Our work towards this goal is underpinned by three principles:
1. Sense of Purpose
Our purpose is to inspire and support individuals, communities and organisations to secure improvements in social, economic and environmental well-being.
We will aim to transform the way in which the organisation works, innovating and seeking best practice to help us deliver in more effective and efficient ways. We will aim to continue to make prudent choices, by living within our means and avoiding unnecessary processes and waste.
3. Working Together
We will work together to help provide joined-up support and services for Pembrokeshire people, visitors to the county, communities and organisations. We are committed to the continued development of effective partnerships with voluntary, private and public sector bodies within and out of the county.
Take a look at our Asset Management Strategy.
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