We are searching for an organised, personable and happy individual to join the busy team to help with various projects.
BECTU is currently seeking to engage a part-time Project Administrator.
Cyfle is excited to announce four new training courses for the creative industries funded by Creative Skillset Cymru’s Skills for the Digital Economy programme.
Information on how to apply for the courses will be announced soon via the Cyfle mailing list. Sign up to receive the newsletter here.
From the early cavemen who shared stories of their hunts on cave walls to the bards regaling the land with tales of wonder and magical heroes.
We at Cyfle ar very happy to be able to introduce to you a new member of the team in Cardiff, Sara Non Jones. Non’s first day with us as a Personal Assistant was the 15th of April, and she will be the first point of contact for the public who get in touch with our office in Cardiff.
Following 23 years service with Cyfle and the last 7 of those years leading Cyfle as its Chief Executive, Iona Williams has decided to retire from the company at the end of March 2013, and is thrilled to welcome Sue Jeffries as Cyfle’s new Chief Executive.
Sue, who has been working as part of Cyfle’s team as a Strategy Development Consultant since April 2012, will take over as Chief Executive from the 1st of April 2013. She will also be a familiar face to many former Cyfle trainees, who may have been trained by Sue on a variety of different industry training schemes over the years.
BAFTA in Wales
Full-time – Maternity Cover
Tinopolis (www.tinopolis.com) are looking for additional staff in Llanelli and Caernarfon.