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Benefits and Opportunities

For all our staff, there is the job satisfaction of knowing that what you do makes a difference, but there are a range of other benefits as well, including:

  • A minimum 28 days holiday each year, plus eight Bank Holidays, increasing with service
  • Membership of the NHS Pension Scheme
  • Career and salary progression via Agenda for Change (Wales)
  • Pay enhancements for unsocial hours and overtime opportunities
  • Opportunities for part-time working and/or flexible working
  • Access to a range of wellbeing support services to support your physical and mental health, including counselling services and annual flu vaccinations
  • Salary sacrifice schemes, including a cycle-to-work scheme
  • Access to regular training and Continuing Professional Development opportunities
  • An annual Personal Annual Development Review to support your career ambitions
  • Recognition for length of service, including 20, 30, 40 and 50 years’ NHS service
  • Support to learn the Welsh language
  • Membership to staff networks like the LGBTQ+, Inclusion and the Voices Networks
  • Access to NHS discounts

The Trust is proud to be a Disability Confident employer, the government scheme designed to encourage employers to recruit and retain disabled people and those with health conditions, as well as an equal opportunities employer, such is our commitment to treating our employees and job applicants equally.

In 2019, the Trust signed Step into Health’s Armed Forces Covenant and pledged to support members of the Armed Forces community to gain employment in the NHS.

We’re also a
Dementia Friendly organisation, and in 2018, won the Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friendly Organisation of the Year Award, such is our commitment to improving the quality of life for people with dementia.

The Trust recognises the need for its workforce to represent the diversity of the population it serves across the whole of Wales and seeks to create an environment where diversity is celebrated and inclusivity matters.

We’re also keen to break down any barriers into the Trust, and would encourage applications from under-represented groups, including those from black, Asian and ethnic diverse communities, LGBTQIA+ communities and disability groups.

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