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As employers we aim to provide a focused but agile environment that facilitates improvement of the old and forging of the new.

An enormous variety of people work at Dulas. We’ve got people with Doctorates in physics and mathematics, people with MAs in the arts and business. We’ve also got people with incredible practical skills and backgrounds who can drive heavy plant equipment, work fearlessly at heights or knock up great vegetarian cuisine for the team to enjoy! And the diversity gets even broader in our private interests, from sailing and camping to folk music and rally driving.

What we all have in common is that we believe in what we do, and we believe that we can achieve our goals. Becoming part of the Dulas team offers the chance to grow and develop among highly talented people that are passionate about what they do.

Vacancies

Company Secretary

Dulas Ltd is a unique worker governed Co-operative, based in the heart of Mid-Wales. We have recently revised our governance structure and are looking for an experienced Company Secretary who can help us to successfully embed our agreed new ways of working and navigate some of the challenges along the way. We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced individual who can bring energy and authority to the role. You will play a key role in ensuring that procedures are followed, in advising and guiding the Board of Directors and Members Advisory Committee on governance matters, as well as undertaking the normal administrative duties of such a role. In return you will be part of an exciting and evolving organisation which places significant value on the voice of its Members.

The closing date for applications is Friday 23rd July @ 4.00 p.m.

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Application Pack

Awards we have received

  • The UK Social Enterprise of the Year Award

  • The Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice

  • RoSPA (Gold) for H&S Excellence

  • Top Employers of Working Families Award for ‘Supporting Mothers through all Stages of Motherhood’

  • The Wales Green Energy Award for Outstanding Business Advocate

  • Welsh Social Business Award: Environmental Social Enterprise of the Year

  • Welsh Social Business Award: Business of the Year

  • Posthumous Wales Green Energy Award for Conrad Trevelyan

  • Shortlisted for the Powys Business Awards: Social Business of the Year

  • Shortlisted for the Personnel Awards 2016: ‘Project Dulas’

  • Runner-up for the St Andrews Prize for the Environment for ‘The Solar Socket’

  • Winner of the Little Fish Animation Prize

  • Director Rachel Munday shortlisted for Womenspire Leader of the Year

  • Shortlisted for Cooperative of the Year

  • Shortlisted for Personnel Awards: Employee Engagement Award

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