Making public services simpler, clearer and easier to use
We are looking for individuals with a diverse range of skills and experience to help us build and deliver better public services around the needs of the people who use them.
Working in Digital, Data and Technology at Welsh Government means:
- working flexibly and creatively as part of a multi-disciplinary team
- using modern technology and software to work collaboratively
- analysing data and user insights to solve complex problems
- sharing best practice with our cross-government communities
- making a positive difference to the lives of people in Wales
- future-proofing your career by developing new skills and experience
Our Digital, Data and Technology profession comprises a variety of exciting roles, including:
- Business Analysts
- Technology Architects
- Data Scientists
- User Researchers
- Content Designers
- Product Managers
- Software Developers
- UX Designers
- IT Specialists
31 days annual leave
Plus an additional 8 public holidays and 2 privilege days.
Enabling us to work together to deliver our priorities, whilst managing our home life commitments.
Learning and development
Access training and development opportunities tailored to your role.
A generous pay and reward structure across all grades.
Civil Service Pension
With an average employer contribution of 27%.
For season ticket travel, cycle-to-work, green car scheme and much more.
26 weeks of full pay for maternity and adoption leave, and 3 weeks full pay for paternity leave – to support you and your family.
Helping you outside work
Up to 5 days paid leave for volunteering, special leave to undertake public duties or to deal with domestic issues.
Trade Union Partnership
Ensuring that we strike the right balance between our interests and those of our employees.
Find a vacancy in Digital, Data and Technology
We are looking for people with the talent, skills and ambition to join our Digital, Data and Technology professions.
We are the devolved government for Wales, responsible for a wide range of policy areas such as health, education, transport and the environment.
Our diverse workforce of over 5000 people brings together different views, ideas and experiences to help ensure our policies reflect the needs of the communities we serve.
We are working to help improve the lives of people in Wales and make our nation a better, safer, and greener place in which to live and work.
Continuing to build our capability in Digital, Data and Technology means we can effectively support Welsh ministers through the next stage of the devolution journey and deliver on our commitments to the people of Wales.