Senedd Commission Staff support the Senedd to ensure its successful functioning as a democratic body.

It operates under the guidance and direction of the Presiding Officer and four other Members of the Senedd, representative of other political parties. Day-to-day operations are delegated to the Clerk and Chief Executive of the Senedd.

This involves a broad range of activities including:

  • Providing Members with the accommodation, facilities, equipment and information they need to do their jobs;
  • Supporting Senedd Committees and Plenary by providing procedural, legal and other advice;
  • Providing translation, interpretation and reporting services which ensure that the Senedd can operate in English and Welsh;
  • Providing information and education about the Senedd to the public; and
  • Providing the public with information and education about the parliamentary role of the Senedd and by arranging visits to and from the Senedd.

Senedd staff are not civil servants. They are independent of the Government and act impartially on behalf of the Senedd.

 

Senedd Commission Roles

The Senedd Commission employs around 460 staff responsible for the provision of support services to the 60 elected Senedd Members. We employ people with a wide range of talents in areas such as:

  • Administration
  • Clerking Services
  • Corporate Policy Development
  • Communications
  • Information and Education
  • Events Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Financial Services
  • Welsh/English Translation
  • Human Resources
  • ICT
  • Legal
  • Library Services
  • Public Information and Education
  • Research
  • Security

What our staff have to say

Delyth Lewis -  Youth Parliament Project Manager

This is a great place to work, from amazing colleagues to different challenges and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, you’re reminded everyday of the role you play in making Welsh democracy thrive and relevant to the people of Wales.   

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