Vacancy -- Welsh Government Talent Bank


Here at the Welsh Government we are working to help improve the lives of our citizens. Our aim is to help the First Minister and Welsh Ministers to build a fairer, more equal and greener Wales. A prosperous, healthy, ambitious and united Wales for our citizens today and the future generations of tomorrow. 

Upcoming opportunities 

We will soon be advertising a number of senior roles across a range of policy areas to help us prepare for a life outside the European Union, meet the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic and deliver the government’s priorities ahead of the next Welsh election in May 2021. 

We value diversity at the Welsh Government and welcome and encourage interest from people from all backgrounds, age groups and with all abilities. We welcome applications from job-share partnerships, people who work part-time and people who are interested in job-sharing.

If you'd like us to keep in touch with you regarding the upcoming opportunities across the Welsh Government, register your details and complete our 'Talent Bank' application form.  We'll then keep you updated with details on when we’ll be advertising and how you can apply  You're welcome to register your interest in English or in Welsh, and we’ll communicate with you in that language.

How to register

To register for the upcoming roles within Welsh Government Talent Bank, you will need to create an account on the Welsh Government's online application system, by clicking the 'Apply' button below, and then click 'Register' (if you've already registered for an account, simply click 'Apply' and then log in to your account).

Our Talent Bank form asks you to provide some information about your background.  These questions are for monitoring purposes only, to make sure we're reaching as wide an audience as possible, and not excluding any groups.  This information will not be shared with panel members involved in the recruitment process, and if you feel uncomfortable answering any question, you're welcome to select the 'Prefer not to say' option.

This is to register interest only and you will still need to complete a full application form once the advert goes live.

If you'd like to register in Welsh and receive any future communications in Welsh, click the 'Newid Iaith' button at the top of the page, select 'Welsh' and click on the 'Gwneud cais' button at the bottom of the page to open the Welsh application form.

The registration process only takes a couple of minutes.  Once you've registered for an account or logged in, you'll be able to access the SCS opportunities Talent Bank form.  Complete the form fully, and click 'Submit' on the last page.

If you'd also like to receive an automated e-mail notification when one of our vacancies is advertised, then follow the 'Create Job Alert' link at the bottom of our vacancies board (you'll need to be logged in to your account to do this): Welsh Government Vacancies Board