At Aneurin Bevan University Health Board we have a wide range of roles, from Health Science Services, Administration and Allied Health Professionals. For information regarding these roles please click on the information boxes below.
Whether you’re a newly qualified nurse or you’ve been in nursing for years joining Aneurin Bevan University Health Board can help you get more from your career. As a newly qualified nurse or returning to practice we can offer support through our Journey of Excellence Programme which will allow you to develop either in one particular speciality or across a range of specialities to assist in developing skills. We also have established training programmes for nurses qualified overseas wishing to work as a registered nurse in the UK. We offer fantastic development opportunities for those wishing to excel in their career.
Whether you are a trainee doctor, or you have been in the medical profession for years, a move to Aneurin Bevan University Health Board can help you boost your career. As a trainee, you can choose from a wide range of high-quality speciality training programmes-designed to be as flexible as you need and learn in a supportive environment with a reputation for world class research. As a senior doctor you will be able to shape your career with access to government and decision makers.
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We have a range of exciting opportunities for experienced and newly qualified professionals in radiography, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language services, orthoptist services as well as dieticians and. Take a look at our exciting opportunities…
We have a range of exciting opportunities for experienced and newly qualified professionals in pharmacy and pathology services, operating department practitioners and project clinicians, take a look at our exciting opportunities to get started in developing your career.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board can offer a career in a range of administrative services including receptionists, medical secretaries, administrative assistants, accounts and health records officers with the opportunities to develop careers in general management, finance, human resources and corporate services. There are a range of opportunities to gain skills in a range of administrative front line and support functions. Review our current vacancies to find out more.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board is at the forefront of working in partnership with health and social care in Wales. Facilitating care away from hospital toward community-based services which support people to live well and independently in their own homes and on their own terms, wherever possible. Primary Care sits at the heart of an integrated health and social care system, offering GP and community services including district and community nursing, dentistry, community pharmacy, and optometry, as well as social care services, third and independent sector provision. We believe that the workforce is at the forefront of the shift to the community, directly involved in improving patient care and outcomes.
Whether you have experience, looking to change career or just entering the world of employment come and join Aneurin Bevan University Health Board as a non clinical support worker. You will have opportunities to work in a various roles and locations across Gwent supporting clinical staff to deliver the best patient experience. As a Health Board we have exciting times ahead with the new Grange University hospital being built and the clinical futures programme. We pride ourselves in developing staff and offering great opportunities.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board offers a wide and attractive range of services and benefits to all our employees, from Staff Recognition awards and Flexible Working Practices, to schemes like the LGBT Friends Scheme, promoting equality in the workplace.
With its bustling city centres, vibrant market towns, excellent commuter links, rolling hills, beaches and countryside all rolled into one incredible living experience – it’s no wonder that South East Wales attracts more and more residents each year.
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