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Mental Health & Learning Disabilities

The Mental Health and Learning Disability (MH&LD) division offers the opportunity to play a vital role in supporting service users and citizens.

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals across a range of roles and services, to join our division to help ensure the delivery of high-quality and compassionate care.

If you’re up for a challenging yet rewarding career, where you can make a real difference in people's lives in North Wales, enquire today!


MH&LD services include Acute Psychiatric Inpatient Units located within the grounds of Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor, Glan Clwyd Hospital in Bodelwyddan, Maelor Hospital in Wrexham, and Bryn Y Neuadd Hospital in Llanfairfechan, where there is a Forensic Medium Secure Unit and Learning Disability (LD) Inpatient Units. There are also Rehab Inpatient units and Enhanced Community care for LD service users and a variety of community services and specialist services across North Wales. 

Staff working in MH & LD meet and work with people who require support, care, assessment and intervention for their mental health and also with their learning disabilities.

There are also numerous services within non-clinical teams across the division. For example, the Partnerships Planning & Strategy team and roles that support the Divisional Senior Leadership Team.



Choose North Wales

Many of our staff highlight the local area as a real plus point of working within our Health Board. Offering the perfect work/life balance, North Wales offers both sparsely populated areas and excellent transport links to nearby cities meaning that there’s always plenty to explore. North Wales has lots to offer new residents. From idyllic villages to high-quality housing at exceptionally affordable prices and unspoiled natural environments just a stone’s throw away – what’s not to love?

  • When you’re not working, discover a vast national park, purpose-built mountain biking trails, a breathtaking coastal path, a soaring zip line, food festivals, world-class sports and adventure around every corner.
  • Only 55 mins from Liverpool and 1hr 16 mins from Manchester
  • Low cost of living - The overall cost of living in Wales is estimated at 15% less than the rest of the UK.