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Frequently Asked Questions

Thinking about a role at the Welsh Ambulance Service?

Here are some of our most frequently asked questions to support you in your application.



Working in Wales

Anyone looking to join the Welsh Ambulance Service needs to apply on a live advert for the role they are interested in. We do not accept transfers from other ambulance services.

Some roles will include a relocation package, and this will be clearly stated within the advert. If it is not stated within the advert, the role will not be eligible for a relocation package.

Compact but diverse, Wales is a country where picturesque communities, unspoilt coastlines, stunning countryside and vibrant cities combine to offer you all the relaxation and adventure you need to find the work-life balance you’ve been looking for.

Wales may be a small country, but we are bursting with opportunities.

By training in Wales, you’ll get to choose from dozens of flexible, high quality specialty training programmes and receive support from experienced professionals who can support your development. 

By working in Wales, you’ll get the chance to continue the traditions of the NHS in the country of its birth, work in cutting edge facilities with great support and influence the future of healthcare services in Wales.

And by living in Wales, you’ll benefit from a strong sense of community, affordable housing, great schools and loads of ways to relax and have fun.

Wales is an easy place to settle whether you bring your family or come on your own.

A warm WAST welcome awaits you.

For more information, visit the Train Work Live, Visit Wales and websites.

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