Chwarae Teg is committed to promoting equality, valuing diversity and working inclusively and we uphold these principles in our behaviour and working practices – as an employer, in the services we provide and as an organisation that campaigns for gender equality. We are passionate about creating a truly inclusive workplace that promotes diversity and values the contributions of all of our employees. We encourage applications from all regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, social background, religion or faith.

Working with Chwarae Teg

Do you want to work alongside ambitious colleagues with a passion for creating positive change?

At Chwarae Teg, we are all Changemakers.

We have the power to make change happen, whether that be via changing mindsets, priorities, business practices or government policies.  We empower positive change across sectors, by challenging stereotypes and discriminatory behaviours, by supporting all women, and by implementing practices that will support our mission of achieving gender equality.

We are Inclusive.

We know that a diverse and inclusive workforce is the best kind of workforce, leading to greater productivity, creativity and better decision making. We understand that inequality manifests itself in many ways and will affect people differently according to an individual’s experiences, socio-economic status, age, religion and beliefs (or non-beliefs), culture, disability, race, sexual orientation and gender identity.  We are seeking to build a diverse and inclusive workforce within Chwarae Teg, that is reflective of all communities across Wales.

Everybody is welcome at  Chwarae Teg – we only ask that our people have a passion for fair play and for making a positive difference.

Is Chwarae Teg for me?

At Chwarae Teg, we are working together to achieve a culture of belonging by respecting different perspectives, different experiences, and different working styles. We provide a range of communication channels to ensure every employee has a voice that is heard and can help shape our thinking as well as our working practices.

We are an ambitious, creative and passionate organisation. People with a positive attitude, enthusiasm and a collaborative approach to achieving our goals will enjoy working for us.

Opportunities at Chwarae Teg

Chwarae Teg offers job opportunities across a range of areas including working with businesses, with individuals and communities, in policy and public affairs, marketing and communications, or in strategic and operational roles.

Our current job opportunities are displayed below.

Guaranteed Interview Scheme

(For Disabled people and people from black, Asian and minority ethnic groups)

We are actively seeking to increase diversity within our workforce, and we are committed to ensuring we recruit the best people on the objective basis of their skills, ability and experience.

We have been awarded Disability Confident status and are committed to encouraging the employment and career development of disabled people. We also extend this commitment to the employment and career development of people from black, Asian and minority ethnic groups.

We offer a guaranteed interview to eligible applicants who choose to opt-in to the scheme and demonstrate that they meet the minimum qualifying criteria for the vacancy, within their personal statement.

To be eligible to apply via the Guaranteed Interview Scheme, you must either consider yourself to be disabled and this substantially affects your ability to do normal daily activities OR be from/part of an ethnic group who do not identify as White British/English/Welsh/
Scottish/Northern Irish.

If you tell us that you are a disabled person, we will aim to make reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, as practicable.

An application submitted under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme does not guarantee you a job. The successful candidate will obtain the job on merit, or equal merit, following interview and based upon assessment criteria as relevant to the role.

We always aim to interview all eligible applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the job. Under exceptional circumstance it may be necessary to select eligible candidates based upon who best meets the minimum criteria for the job e.g. We need to limit the overall number of interviews that take place.

How to Apply

To apply for a job with us, please click on the vacancy below that interests you. This will open the application portal for that role. There you will find the full job details, including the job description and person specification. To apply for the role, you will need to select ‘Apply for this job’ and complete the questions that follow.

However, you will also need to complete the Chwarae Teg ‘Personal Statement and Additional Information’ form (please download using the link below).

Once completed, please save this to your device. You will need to upload this document as part of your application. Our application portal will refer to this document as your ‘Covering Letter.’ Therefore, please upload your ‘Personal Statement and Additional Information’ document where you are requested to upload your covering letter.

We recommend that you have your completed document saved on your device prior to beginning the process of applying for a job, as there is no opportunity to save progress once you have started your application.

You will be asked whether you wish to apply under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme as part of the application process, after selecting ‘Apply for this job.’

Your Personal Statement and Additional Information

We operate an anonymous application process for all vacancies, and we ensure that those involved in the shortlisting and decision-making process do not have access to any personal identifying or diversity monitoring data during the process. We only share the ‘Personal Statement and Additional Information’ document with the recruitment panel during the shortlist scoring process. The recruitment panel will score your application based upon the information you have provided on this document.

Please click on this link to download Chwarae Teg’s ‘Personal Statement and Additional Information’ form.

We are unable to consider any other type of covering letter. We are also unable to consider CVs or content within embedded files, links, or supporting documents that may compromise an applicant’s anonymity.

To provide you with the greatest opportunity for success at shortlisting, please relate your information to the essential and desirable criteria found within the job description and the person specification, providing examples where possible.

If you have any difficulty applying for a vacancy, or would like to request a paper copy of our application form, please contact the People Team on for further details

Your Data

Any offer of employment is subject to Chwarae Teg being provided 2 references (including a reference from the applicant’s present/most recent employment), evidence of relevant qualifications and proof of eligibility to work in the UK.

As part of any recruitment process, Chwarae Teg collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants. Chwarae Teg is committed to being transparent about how it collects and uses that data and to meeting its data protection obligations.

To understand how we collect, store, process and delete personal data, please read our ‘Applicant Privacy Notice’.

Current positions

There are no vacancies at this time.

Rewards & Benefits

PENSION - 7% employer contribution
ANNUAL LEAVE - 40 days per annum (based on a 5-day working week) to be taken at a time that suits the individual.
ENHANCED FAMILY LEAVE - We enhance all our Family leave (in addition to paid dependency leave).
HEALTH & WELLBEING - We offer wellbeing support via: A Health Cash Plan, an Employee Assistance Programme, mental health coaching and a range of therapies and classes. We also pay company sick pay.
LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT - We encourage and support all employees to pursue development opportunities.
EMPLOYEE VOICE - We provide numerous avenues for employees to share ideas and feedback on their working experience. We give recognition to colleagues for their support and achievements.
AGILE WORKING - We operate an agile working model to support a healthy work / life balance

Our Values

Empowering Changemakers

We are Empowering Changemakers: We are unique and ground-breaking; shaping the world around us and leading the way towards a better future

United by Difference

We are United by Difference: We embrace and respect diversity and individuality. We recognise that true inclusion starts with self- awareness, self-development and commitment to change.


We are Collaborative: We build partnerships and networks. We know that by working together we achieve more powerful results


We are Unstoppable: We are passionate, breaking down barriers with determination, resilience, ambition and an unrelenting drive. We are brave and courageous feminists, constantly evolving and making lasting difference.


We are Experts: We strive to continually develop our own skills and knowledge as part of our collective expertise in gender equality. Our deeds speak louder than words. We love what we do and it shows

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