Helo Caerdydd!

If you want to be truly satisfied in your professional life, it's essential to love what you do and where you work. We're lucky to have our offices in the center of a city consistently voted as one of the best, happiest and livable places to live in the UK: Cardiff.

Deffro mae'n ddydd!

Cardiff has something for everyone, big enough to offer all of the benefits and opportunities expected of a capital city, yet compact enough to retain a strong sense of community. With a population of over 350,000, Cardiff boasts an abundance of entrepreneurial talent, new businesses and brilliant opportunities for career progression - but why should you move to the Welsh capital and join our growing Cardiff team?


Want to get an insight into the Cardiff office?

Catch up with 4 of our Cardiff team members about their journeys into recruitment, what attracted them to Franklin Fitch and why they think people should consider joining their growing team!

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Why is Cardiff the ideal city to live in?

Cardiff is the capital of Wales and one of the UK’s most popular and historic cities. The city is famous for many things, and so many reasons to live in Cardiff!

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Cardiff Bay

You lose track of time at Cardiff Bay, with something new revealed around every corner. The centre of the development is home to a variety of restaurants, bars and many of Cardiff’s best attractions are found in and around the bay, from the Senedd to the Millennium Centre via Roald Dahl’s Enormous Crocodile and more.


Cardiff is widely regarded as being the city with the most castles in the world. The most famous amongst these is Cardiff Castle, which has stood for nearly 2,000 years at the heart of the city. Other famous castles rich in the history of Cardiff city that can also be discovered include Castell Coch and St Fagan’s Castle, an Elizabethan manor house now part of St Fagan’s National History Museum.

Sporting Grounds

In terms of sport, Cardiff as a city is hard to beat. In the heart of the city centre lies the world-famous 74,000-seater Principality Stadium, the home of Welsh Rugby. Over the years the stadium has also hosted Wales National Football team games, Rugby World Cups, the Speedway Grand Prix of Britain and many other concerts and events.


From the moment you come through the door you have a tailored training solution for the first 6 months and then from then on you get really clear visible targets on how to get promoted. You don’t have to wait for someone to leave or get promoted to go for this role. It’s literally: you look at your targets, you hit them, and get promoted.
Lewis Andrews Practice Manager
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