Talent Fair – The Perfect Application

I recently had the opportunity to take part in Gwynedd Council's Talent Fair, which aimed to give an insight into what it's like to apply and work for the local authority. Live sessions were held over Zoom with an opportunity to hear from apprentices, graduates and experts. I took part in ‘The Perfect Application’ session, … Continue reading Talent Fair – The Perfect Application

New Opportunities and Challenges

Recently, I have been working on projects that I had never imagined working on. Although my degree is in countryside management, focusing on mainly wildlife and environment, I am now working on large scale traffic project. I am currently working on developing a new cycle route from Llanrug to Caernarfon. Gwynedd Council have a responsibility … Continue reading New Opportunities and Challenges

The service’s work during the lockdown

The past few months have had a significant effect on all of the council’s services, and there’s no single service that hasn’t felt the effects of the pandemic. As the government instructed everyone to work from home, a long period of working in a makeshift office and conducting meetings over ‘teams’ faced most of us. … Continue reading The service’s work during the lockdown

Countryside study tips for me and you: Preparing for the course

Just round the corner, I will be starting an M.S.c Wildlife and Conservation Management course through Scottish Rural University College accredited by Glasgow University. All the course will be done online and over a period of three years. I will have 4 modules in the first year and 3 in the second year, and in … Continue reading Countryside study tips for me and you: Preparing for the course