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Working at Pembrokeshire College – Be part of a successful organisation

Pembrokeshire College is a dynamic and high quality provider of education and training, providing opportunities for 2,000 full-time and approximately 12,000 part-time learners on a wide range of further education, higher education, work-based learning, international, and online learning programmes.

The roots of the College can be traced back to 1956, and the main campus is situated in Pembrokeshire’s county town of Haverfordwest.  The economic infrastructure in the county is one which is dominated by small employers and those who are self-employed.  However, the multi-national businesses based on or around the Haven waterways form an extremely important part of the economic make-up of the County, through which nearly 30% of the UK’s oil and gas is imported.

Since the appointment of the current Principal Sharron Lusher in 2012, the College has seen significant strides forward in collaboration and partnership working.  Higher education has been expanded through a strategic alliance with Swansea University, while a newly established Work-based Learning (WBL) Consortium sees the College leading six colleges and three private providers in the delivery of a £12m contract training 5,000 apprentices and trainees annually.

The 2015 Estyn inspection of WBL saw the College receive five ‘excellent’ and ten ‘good’ judgements, placing the College among the top colleges for WBL delivery in Wales.  In 2014 the College celebrated its strongest A-level results to date with 33.3% of learners achieving A-A* grades. 

We are proud of our educational heritage and are aspirational about our future.  We believe we have a responsibility to provide first class education and training to ensure that Wales has a workforce ready and able to meet the economic demands of the future, and to promote community engagement in skills.

We have a highly qualified, supportive and dedicated team of staff who care about their students.  We have excellent facilities and resources.  We are financially strong and continue to invest in our College facilities.

As a College we are committed to developing a ‘culture of aspiration’ for our students, employers and communities.

Rewards and benefits

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

A comprehensive staff development programmeChildcare Day Nursery facility
Fitness SuiteIn-house Occupational Health Advisor
In-house CounsellorFee reductions on in-house courses 
Reduced Cost Beauty treatmentsLiteracy & Numeracy Upskilling
Learning & Teaching Mentors Staff Association
Flexible Working W.I.
College choir 

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:


  • Times Education Supplement (TES) Outstanding Human Resources Team Winner - 2012
  • Corporate Health Standards Platinum Award - 2013
  • RoSPA Occupational Health & Safety Gold Award - 2013
  • TES Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (winner) - 2014
  • ColegauCymru Award for Equality and Social Inclusion (winner) - 2015
  • TES Award for Outstanding Contribution to a Vocational Area (finalist) - 2015
  • TES Award for Contribution to the Local Community (finalist) - 2015

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

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