Here are 7 of the many great reasons to work for NHS Wales:
You’ll get loads of perks and here are just some of them:
The following information is a guide for the NHS Wales Agenda for Change pay scales. This covers all staff, with the exception of Drs, Dentist and very senior managers. When applying for a position you should check the banding with the employer.
*Bands 2 and 3 can progress to the top of scale after 2 years in post.
For information about medical and dental pay and conditions visit Health in Wales.
|Band||Pay Scales||Possible Roles|
|2*||£20,758 - £21,318||Health Records Clerk, Receptionist, Radiology Department Assistant, Hotel Facilities Assistant|
|3*||£21,730 - £23,177||Physiotherapy Technician, Payroll Officer, Call Handler, Medical Technical Officer|
|4||£23,949 - £26,282||Communication Develop Officer, Dental Nurse, Personal Assistant, Plumber|
|5||£27,055 - £32,934||Newly qualified registered professional (nurse, physiotherapist, podiatrist, etc), Librarian, Translator|
|6||£33,706 - £40,588||Theatre Practitioner, Senior Dental Technologist, Health Visitor|
|7||£41,659 - £47,673||Clinical Psychologist, Senior ICT Project Manager, Property Surveyor, Report Radiographer|
|8A||£48,526 - £54,619||Senior Performance Standards Engineer (Ventilation)|
|8B||£56,164 - £65,262||Lead Infrastructure Architect|
|8C||£67,064 - £77,274||Head of Psychology and Psychological Therapies|
|8D||£79,592 - £91,787||Deputy Director of Workforce and Organisation|
|£95,135 - £109,475||