We strongly believe in the benefits of having a diverse and inclusive workforce and encourage applications from all sectors of our communities.
As South Wales’ communities change and become more culturally diverse, it is imperative that we adapt the way we deliver services and ensure that we fully represent and reflect the communities we serve.
Our employees are our most important asset. All of our employees make a key contribution each day and play an integral role in protecting the communities of South Wales. In addition to recognising the importance of the diverse functions across our organisation, we strongly believe in the value of having a diverse and inclusive workforce.
We aim to mainstream equality and diversity into everything we do. The service actively promotes equality of opportunity, takes steps to prevent unlawful discrimination, and promotes good relations between people from various groups. We have worked towards the General and Wales Specific Duties under the Equality Act 2010 in achieving an inclusive workforce by;
One of our corporate outcomes is to have a workforce that is diverse, equally valued, and all have access to development as well as professional opportunities. (Strategic Equality Plan 2015-2020)