Powys is cited as being a wonderful place to live and work. It is a rural health setting where you can personally and professionally grow and patients are truly at the heart of care provision. If you are an ambitious professional in search of job satisfaction that others can only dream about, prepare for a very pleasant surprise as Powys is the place to be. We are looking for staff who have energy, enthusiasm, commitment and drive and who are patient-centred. Whatever your career aspirations, we are committed to supporting and developing you.
Powys Teaching Health Board is responsible for meeting the health and wellbeing needs of the population of Powys. As a rural health board we have around 133,000 people living across an area that is a quarter of the land mass of Wales. Powys is the largest county in Wales with Snowdonia to the North and the Brecon Beacons to the South, the spectacular scenery is something to behold. Working in partnership, we commission and provide award-winning hospital, community, mental health and learning disability services, so our portfolio is varied and diverse. We are proud to offer patients an unrivalled level of care, not to mention a wide range of careers for professionals who want to make a real difference. If working for Powys Teaching Health Board is something that is of interest, we may have an opportunity just for you!
Did you know – Powys Teaching Health Board accepts applications to retire and return from within the NHS in Wales. If you would like to know more, please contact the Powys Teaching Health Board Resourcing team on 01874 712580 or e-mail Powysresourcing@wales.nhs.uk
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Job title: Complaints Advocate North Wales
Community Health Council
- Hours/Working pattern: 30 hours per week Monday-Friday
- Tenure: Permanent
- Location: Bangor/Wrexham
- Salary band range: Band 6, £31,365 - £37,890 (2020/2021 scale) per annum
- Ability to speak Welsh desirable
- Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced candidates for the post of Complaints Advocate at North Wales Community Health Council (NWCHC), based in Bangor or Wrexham
- NWCHC has responsibility for monitoring the health services across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area of the six local authorities in North Wales, which has a population of approximately 685,000
- The role of a Complaints Advocate is to plan, develop and provide independent support and advocacy for people who wish to make a complaint about care or treatment received from the NHS. To enable them to complain in their language of choice and act as a catalyst for change and to encourage NHS organisations to learn from complaints
- Contact name and telephone number: Geoff Ryall- Harvey, Chief Officer, 01248 679 284 or 01978 356178 answer machine facility in place, please leave a message and your call will be returned the next working day
Please Note: The Job Description and Person Specification documents are bilingual.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Welsh language skills are desirable
Documents to download
Further details / informal visits contact
- Geoff Ryall-Harvey
- Telephone number
- 01248 679 284 or 01978 356178
- Additional information