Aneurin Bevan University Health Board offers opportunities to work both in the Resource Bank, or to also work as an Ad Hoc Locums.
Welcome to the Resource Bank for Aneurin Bevan University Health Board. The Resource Bank is an integrated service providing staff to the following areas:
The Resource Bank cover an average of 200 shifts a day. Please make an appointment before you attend the Bank offices.
There are multiple opportunities in various areas throughout Community Wards, Scheduled & Unscheduled Care Divisions, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities in all Hospital sites/Locations throughout the University Health Board (covering South East Wales).
We care for our patients 7 days a week, 24 hours a day so you will need to have the flexibility to undertake shifts including nights and weekend working.
The Resource Bank may be ideal for YOU if you:
Benefits of Working on the Bank:
Work available in a variety of different and interesting locations
An Ad-Hoc Locum is a Doctor who wishes to cover shifts on an ad-hoc basis. However before commencing as an ad-hoc locum, you will need to complete an application form and pre-employment checks.
What to do if you want to want to join as an Ad-Hoc Locum?
You will need to fully complete the application form and send it to the email address on the form. Once Medical Recruitment receive this form they will then send you the documents which need to be completed and cleared prior to undertaking any ad-hoc shifts.
If this process is not followed, then payment for any shifts undertaken will be delayed.
For more information regarding relocation policies, please visit Medical Recruitment.
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.
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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