There has never been a more exciting time to join us for a career at Welsh Water.
Over the past five years, we have been investing in our visitor centers to improve facilities and the offering to our customers. We continue to roll out our multi-million pound improvement programme across existing sites and are planning new recreational facilities for the future.
Our ambition is to create a sustainable future for our visitor attractions as hubs for visitor enjoyment, health & well-being, reconnecting people with our beautiful environment.
Job Number 3429
Fixed Term, Two Years
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water seeks a fundraising manager to secure external funding for a number of complex, high profile, major capital development schemes at its Visitor Attractions.
You will have proven success at building relationships and working collaboratively with both internal & external stakeholders as well as a track record in securing external funding and successfully managing the delivery of funding commitments.
Job Number 2986
Preparing, cooking and serving meals as well as managing and organising café assistants, the Kitchen Supervisor oversees the kitchen and restaurant areas to ensure excellent customer service is delivered whilst maintaining a safe environment for all persons on site.
Applicants should possess current Food Hygiene Level 3 minimum certification and have commercial catering and kitchen supervisory experience,
Catering Assistants undertake duties such as preparation of food, including cooking hot food, waitressing, cleaning, and any other duties requested by management.
Previous experience of working in a cafe/restaurant/bar would be fantastic, but not essential, we will provide you with training to ensure you are comfortable in work. We would like to see applications from candidates who are positive, friendly, can work under their own initiative, and are happy to work with the general public.
Job Number 2966
The Cafe Supervisor oversees the kitchen and restaurant areas to ensure excellent customer service is delivered whilst maintaining a safe environment for all persons on site.
We attract over 600,000 visitors a year to our four key visitor centres, located in some of the most stunning locations around Wales.
We offer a wide range of facilities and activities, including water sports, mountain biking, angling, walking and a great cup of coffee or tasty meal in our restaurants which have some of the best views in Wales.
Our visitor centres provide a unique opportunity for us to engage with our customers and visitors in a beautiful environment, whilst reinforcing our brand identity and unique business model.
We are also proud of the important role that our visitor centres play in delivering our education, conservation and biodiversity ambitions.
What we do at Welsh Water is incredibly important – we give three million customers safe, clean water, take away their dirty water and help to protect our beautiful environment.
It’s an awesome responsibility, and we have to earn our customers’ trust every single day.
Being the only not-for-profit company in the water industry is certainly a good start. Every single penny we make goes back into looking after their water and environment, rather than going to the pockets of shareholders.