Established in 2009, and granted ‘University’ status in July 2013, we are proud to be at the heart of the community...
On 1 April 2019 Cwm Taf University Health Board changed its name to Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board (UHB) ...Read More
Thank you for your interest in these exciting opportunities to join the leadership team of Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board. I hope you enjoy finding out more about us and our dedication to improving the health and well-being of the populations that we serve.
Our caring and person-centred philosophy is at the heart of everything we do. Our workforce is the life-blood not only of the University Health Board, but many of the South Wales Valleys’ communities that we serve. We are dedicated to building relationships with our staff and communities.
This is an exciting time for the Health Board as we welcome around 3,500 new colleagues from Bridgend. From April this year, we are taking responsibility for the delivery of healthcare services of this population. The successful integration of Bridgend staff and services will be critical to the health outcomes of that population and we look forward to sharing best practice learning and ideas to ensure we are delivering a consistently high quality of service to all the people we serve.
We believe in innovation to make improvements to clinical care and are a leader in Wales for the services and facilities we have developed. These include some of the most innovative and high performing in the Welsh health system such as the ground-breaking Keir Hardie University Health Park combining health and social care under one roof.
Following a highly successful career, our Executive Director of Workforce and Organisational Development is retiring this year. This creates a fantastic opportunity for an experienced workforce professional to join a highly experienced Board. We continue to seek new service delivery models for our population and to develop an increasingly flexible workforce that is positioned to meet the future needs of our population. At a time of significant transformation and with a workforce of around 12,500 colleagues, this will continue to be a central role in our Board team. We are seeking an ambitious change agent, confident in engaging a diverse workforce, and in creating the culture and environment in which leaders at all levels of the organisation can flourish. Experience of leading the people management agendas associated with complex mergers and service integration will be a real advantage here.
We are also seeking an Executive Director of Therapies and Health Sciences who will be the principal source of advice to the Board on all aspects of therapy and health science services. They will play a central role in promoting innovation and research as well as ensuring that therapy and health science staff are engaged in moving more services from hospital to community based care; maximising the benefits of our truly integrated healthcare environment. Working in partnership with our Medical Director and Director of Nursing, this role will lead the clinical governance of our services with professional responsibility for all staff regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council.
These roles provide the opportunity to thrive in a truly integrated health economy, contribute to our strategic development and set standards across our health and care services. Our integrated organisation and reputation for high performance provides the ideal platform to make your mark within communities where your talents are needed the most. As there are only ten Health Boards across the whole of Wales, these roles will also allow you national influence and leadership opportunities.
If you come to work in Cwm Taf Morgannwg you will be guaranteed a warm Welsh welcome: opportunities for professional development and a clinical environment that innovates to improve.
Cwm Taf Morgannwg truly is a great place to work – come and join us!