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Gaining valuable experiences over the summer

16 young people from Pwllheli and Bangor have been taking part in a summer scheme run by the largest housing assoication in North Wales, Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd (CCG) to help improve their communities.

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Working for CCG

All social housing organisations are facing a rapidly changing and challenging environment. We need individuals at all levels with the experience, confidence, drive and skills to ensure we deliver on our vision and objectives.

If you are looking for an opportunity to contribute to a creative and ambitious organisation and feel you could help us deliver excellent services to our tenants then we want to hear from you.


Annual leaveStarting from 21 to 30 days. After each year of continuous service, annual leave will increase to 1 additional day up to 5 years. For Multi-skilled posts, 5 extra days after 5 years of service.

Flexi hoursStandard full time hours are 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday. A flexi time system is available for some posts.

Pension schemeMembership of a pension scheme – Social Housing Pension Scheme (SHPS)

Relocation assistanceSubject to criteria.

Company sick payStarting at one months full pay, increasing with service to six months full pay and six months’ half pay after six years service available for the majority of posts

Professional membership subscriptionOne subscription paid per annum.

Staff discount schemeFree membership to PERKS – Store discount vouchers, special offers, day out and discounted tickets.

Travis Perkins Up to 20% discount at Travis Perkins builders' merchants.

Bike to Work schemeSave up to 42% on the cost of a brand new bike and equipment.

Maternity/ Adoption enhanced pay90% of salary for the first six weeks and 50% of salary for the following 33 weeks (subject to criteria detailed in the Maternity Leave & Pay Policy).

Health careFree membership to Healthshield health care scheme. Members can claim back health care treatment costs up to their chosen annual benefit limit.

Occupational health/ wellbeingSupporting colleagues with any health or wellbeing issues. Free confidential counselling.

Subsidised gym and fitness classes membershipCorporate discounts available at Gwynedd and Anglesey Council Leisure Centres

North Wales Credit Union Sign up to ABC Cash Builder to make payroll deductions into a savings account. Loans are also available.

Public service activitiesPaid time off for certain public service activities, such as Jury Service.

Free or discounted car parkingFree parking at most offices, and discounted Gwynedd Council car parking.

Other benefitsCorporate induction, annual staff conference, training & development opportunities, free refreshments, fruit day.

Please download, complete and return the application form and the equal opportunities monitoring form clearly stating how you meet the requirements of the post, and why you are interested in it.

If you have any questions or would like an informal discussion about any of the roles, please contact us on 01248 677221.

Please return your completed application and equality monitoring form by post to:

Human Resources
Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd
Tŷ Coch
Llys y Dderwen
Parc Menai
LL57 4BL

or email

We look forward to receiving your application.

If you experience difficulties in completing the application, you can email us and request an application form in another format.

Download Documents:

Application Form

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Welsh Language Framework

CCG HR Privacy Notice

CCG has an equality policy based on the principle that everyone will have equal opportunity whether accessing services or applying for a job. This applies regardless of:

  • age
  • gender (including gender reassignment)
  • sexual orientation
  • marital/civil partnership status
  • social class
  • disability
  • pregnancy and maternity
  • race
  • colour
  • religion and belief
  • nationality
  • ethnic or national origins
  • language

For a copy of the policy please contact the Human Resources team on 0300 123 8084.

Download our Equal opportunities monitoring form:

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Framework to denote job applicants’ language skill level

Some ways of using Welsh in CCG

Speaking informally (e.g. in an office)

Level 1 Can say place names/Welsh first names or Welsh signs correctly. Can recognise departments / locations in Welsh. Can greet and introduce others in Welsh

Can show linguistic courtesy by opening and closing a conversation. Can give, and receive personal details. Can say place names/first names or Welsh signs correctly

Can provide bilingual greeting. Can greet visitors and enable language choice

Level 2 Can understand the essence of a conversation in Welsh. Can convey basic information e.g. simple admin. or routine tasks

Can understand the essence of a request from the public and respond to simple requests. Can give and receive instructions and directions

Can understand requests for assistance and responds in Welsh to simple requests. Can use Welsh to transfer calls

Level 3 Can understand much in the office or in meetings. Can take and pass on messages likely to require attention during a normal working day

Can converse partly in Welsh but turns to English in discussion and to give detailed information. Can describe people and locations

Can respond to general enquiries over the phone and face to face. Can take details or make a note from Welsh conversation

Level 4 Can contribute effectively in meetings within own area of work and argue for or against a case

Can deal with the public in most situations in Welsh but turns to English when using technical terminology

Can deal with enquiries effectively. Can understand dialect differences

Level 5 Can interview Welsh speaking applicants for posts an assess their suitability

Can deal effectively with complex enquiries from the public or confrontations in Welsh. Can interview or question in the course of an investigation in Welsh

Can deal with complex or sensitive enquiries or complaints from the public and deal confidently with hostile questions

Speaking formally (e.g. in meetings)

Level 1 Can open and close meetings and welcome participants bilingually

Level 2 Can introduce oneself and others by name, role, and location / Organisation. Can contribute in a meeting partly in Welsh

Level 3 Can converse or present in part in Welsh but turns to English when discussing detail of core business, answering questions or using complex information

Level 4 Can chair a meeting and respond to questions in Welsh. Can describe a situation or event in Welsh, but turns to English for technical terms

Level 5 Can provide Welsh Language presentations. Can answer complex or hostile questions in Welsh to the extent that he/she has the necessary specialist knowledge


Level 1 Can write a simple routine request to a Colleague, such as "Can I have…please?"

Level 2 Can write a short note of request to a colleague or known external contact

Level 3 Can write informal internal memos, e-mail messages and deal with routine requests

Level 4 With editorial help, can write business letters, e-mails and posters for external customers

Level 5 Can write reports and presentations and make full and accurate notes in a meeting
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