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Working at Pembrokeshire College – Be part of a successful organisation

The College currently employs over 500 employees and is organised into 2 main faculties: Health, Care and Business, and Technology. With a main campus in the county town of Haverfordwest, and the MITEC Centre in Milford Haven (specialising in marine technology), the College also delivers courses at community venues across the county as well as on employers premises. 

Work Based Learning is well established in many businesses throughout the region with the needs of local businesses being met through training4business, a specialised division devoted solely to meeting the training needs of local companies.

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Rewards and benefits

Pembrokeshire College has an excellent and committed team of staff who receive a package of benefits including:

Competitive salaryFinal salary pension scheme
Generous annual leave entitlementFree fitness facilities
Superb training and development opportunitiesExcellent restaurant/cafeteria facilities
Excellent childcare facilitiesFlexible working
Free health and beauty treatmentsFree part-time course provision
Occupational health provisionOpportunities to learn Welsh

Living in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire College is based in west Wales with large parts of the county being in the UK's only coastal national park.

To find out more about living and working in Pembrokeshire, visit the following websites which provide useful information about the area:


  • Corporate Health Standard Platinum Award 2013
  • RoSPA Occupational Health & Safety Gold Award Winner 2013
  • Outstanding HR Team Winner: TES FE UK Awards 2012
  • National Training Awards Winner (Wales) 2011
  • Corporate Health Standard Gold Award 2005 ( re-accredited 2011)

Volunteering opportunities at Pembrokeshire College

Do you have a skill or talent to share with our students?

The college is looking for volunteers that would be interested in sharing their skills/talents/knowledge with our students e.g. local history, language skills etc. 

You would need a DBS prior to working with learners.

Interested? – Please contact our Learner Contact Centre on 01437 753 137 or