Amy worked on the frontline and is now on a pathway to become a Project Manager.

When I started at ClwydAlyn, I knew I wanted to stay. I was a Project Worker at Erw Groes for 7 years, before moving on to the Women’s Refuge as a Support Worker in January 2020.

I then heard about the post of Pathway Project Manager available to ClwydAlyn employees and was really excited by the job description. I applied and was blown away when I was offered the post!

For ClwydAlyn, the person is more important than qualifications, and the post is very much tailored to me, as an individual. It involves three years of training to become a Project Manager, and they are looking for the right person in the role to take them on the journey.

It feels like a really exciting career path for me at this stage. What is great is that my progress has inspired some of my friends in the company to look for similar pathways, in a transition from frontline worker to senior roles.

I am really glad to have this opportunity, and to work for a company that really embodies its values of hope, trust and kindness.