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Welcome to swyddle

  • The place to upload your Welsh Language CV
  • The place to discover candidates (permanent and temporary) who have Welsh language skills
  • The place to advertise jobs which require Welsh language abilities

Employers

If you are an employer, Swyddle offers a wide network of resources to enable you to find the most appropriate bilingual candidate for your organisation and in a cost effective way.

Candidates

If you have and interest in seeking opportunities to earn a living through the medium of Welsh or even have the opportunity to develop your confidence and ability in Welsh in your professional lives, Swyddle is here to help you.

By uploading your CV you will be able to search and apply for any job on this website. You will also be put forward for suitable positions.

You can also register for temporary employment, which is optional and will involve a face to face interview.

News

What do recruiters really want?

What do recruiters really want? Whatever your area of expertise, when it comes to job applications and interviews, it seems some ‘pet peeves’ are universal. Whether it’s a stock CV phrase or an interview bugbear, most hiring managers know […]

Swyddle a Living Wage Employer

Living Wage Employer Swyddle is pleased to join the movement of leading employers in becoming accredited by the Living Wage Foundation as a Living Wage employer.  This means that we will only offer temporary employment to our candidates should […]

Gwella gwasnaeth Cymraeg i gleifion Dementia

Llyfrau ar Bresgripsiwn yn gwella gwasnaeth Cymraeg i gleifion Dementia Mae ymarferwyr iechyd proffesiynol a Chomisiynydd y Gymraeg wedi datgan ers amser bod cyfathrebu clir mewn iaith y mae’r claf yn ei ddeall yn gwbl ganolog i safon triniaeth […]

A National Asset

A National Asset The past week unearthed two contrasting stories highlighting the importance of the bilingual consumer but also the increasing awareness of the value of the Welsh language in the commercial field. Trago Mills’ chairman, Bruce Robertson, who […]

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