Due to an increase in pressures, as a result of Coronavirus (COVID-19),
I would like to inform you that Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
are unable to support Work Experience placements until further notice.
Looking to start your career off at our Health Board?
See below the information regarding all things from Bursaries to
Work Experience and Volunteering.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering.
As an organisation working with vulnerable patients, it is important for us to have a robust recruitment process. The recruitment process can take 2-3 months to complete.
Please note that we require at least 6 months commitment from our volunteers due to the number of checks that we are required to undertake.
The recruitment process requires:
Signing of a:
Providing documents for:
Having a photograph taken for:
For therapy dog volunteers only:
Completing their assessment process for your dog.
For more specific volunteering information, please click here.
NHS Bursaries for eligible student nurses, midwives and allied health professionals will continue to be available in Wales in 2018/19.
The bursary will be based upon individuals committing in advance to taking up the opportunity to work in Wales, post qualification, for a period of two years.
We have a range of work experience opportunities across all of our professions and welcome applications from schools, further and higher education students and employment programmes.
We encourage those seeking a placement to make contact with the relevant department within which you would like the opportunity to gain experience. Please refer to page 2 in the handbook for a list of ABUHB Hospitals. Once you have secured a placement, the details of such can be sent by email to email@example.com. You will then receive by return email all relevant forms for completion.
Alternatively, if you require ABUHB to source a placement for you, please contact Susan Hayward directly on 01633 623790, to discuss your requirements.
Please allow up to 6 months for a placement to be processed. We accept applications from those over 14.
For more information view our Handbook
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.
Read all about our latest news and blogs to get a real insight of what is going on at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, and keep up to date with all the information regarding recruitment.