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Work for us

Whether you’ve worked in the NHS all of your life, or have had the misconception that you need a degree to even consider it, the NHS North Wales can offer you a rewarding career. We currently have vacancies across a whole host of professions.

We provide a full range of primary, community, mental health and acute hospital services across 3 district hospitals, 22 community hospitals and a network of over 90 health centres, clinics, community health team bases and mental health units. BCUHB also coordinate the work of 113 GP practices and the NHS services provided by dentists, opticians and pharmacists across the region.

Our aim is to enable everyone who uses our services to do so through the medium of Welsh or English, according to personal choice and to encourage other users and providers to use and promote the Welsh language in the health sector. Find out more information about Welsh language support when working for us. 

 

Please contact the following email address for apprenticeship opportunities:  BCU.ApprenticeOpportunities@wales.nhs.uk

Disability Confident leader 

Disability Confident broadens and deepens our existing commitment as an employer and, in BCUHB, we are committed to the following actions:

To:

  • actively look to attract and recruit disabled people
  • provide a fully inclusive and accessible recruitment process
  • offer interviews to disabled people who meet the minimum criteria for the job
  • be flexible when assessing people so that disabled job applicants have the best opportunity to demonstrate that they can do the job
  • make reasonable adjustments as required
  • encourage our suppliers and partner firms to be Disability Confident
  • ensure employees have sufficient disability equality awareness
  • promote a culture of being Disability Confident
  • support employees to manage their disabilities or health conditions
  • ensure there are no barriers to the development and progression of disabled staff