A HOUSING association based in North Wales has experienced significant business growth and has committed to investing more than £1million to create 40 new jobs.

ClwydAlyn’s new roles will include vacancies in the housing, finance, maintenance, IT, and procurement teams.

There will also be “Pathway” positions, which will be new trainee opportunities to help people in the community with limited work experience to start careers.

These paid Pathway roles will build skills and experience in a working environment, with tailored progression plans.

The number of homes currently managed by ClwydAlyn sits at 6,300 across Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Conwy, Wrexham, Powys and Anglesey.

There are plans for a further 1,000 new homes to be built in the next three years.


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To ensure that a consistently high level of service for residents and support for staff members continues, the organisation has identified the need to strengthen its workforce significantly.

The new recruits will work with the existing teams to help build more affordable housing across North Wales, while expanding the service offer in support of its core mission to end poverty.

Once the 40 new roles are successfully filled, the workforce headcount will increase to a total of 810.

Clare Budden, group chief executive at ClwydAlyn, said: "As we continue to grow and expand our services to meet the needs of our communities, we know that it’s only through investing in our teams that we can continue to deliver the highest standard of support and care to our customers.

“This recruitment campaign is a fantastic opportunity for individuals to join us in our mission to beat poverty and make a real difference in North Wales.

“We're looking for passionate and dedicated individuals who share our values of trust, kindness, and hope and who ultimately want to create a positive, lasting impact on communities."

For the full list of vacancies, job descriptions, and application process, visit ClwydAlyn’s website.