NHS Wales Employers
Established in February 2009, the strategic driving force behind the work of NHS Wales Employers is the principle that good quality patient care relies upon a strong, motivated and skilled workforce to deliver it.
Our work and general role is to support the strategic agenda of the NHS in Wales from an NHS employers’ perspective, recognising the central role of the workforce in facilitating service change and consequently ensuring that the NHS is a place where people want to work and an employer of choice.
Our NHS Wales Employers work
Representing NHS organisations in Wales on workforce issues at a strategic level.
NHS Wales Employers Terms and Conditions
Information on the Terms and Conditions of service for NHS staff in Wales.
NHS Wales medical and dental workforce
An overview of the three broad categories of employed medical and dental staff in NHS Wales.
2 March 2018
Employment policy and procedures
Details of the three levels of workforce and OD policies in the NHS in Wales.
1 April 2021
Job Evaluation (JE) is a key part of the Agenda for Change pay system that covers over one million NHS staff.
Meet the team
Sue GreenDirector, NHS Wales Employers
Sue has over 30 years’ experience as a people professional, 15 years as an Executive Director in the NHS in both Wales and England.
Andrew DaviesPolicy and Development Manager, NHS Wales Employers
Andrew has 25 years' experience in senior level roles in health related fields in the NHS, private sector and voluntary sector in England and Wales.
Sian DeenMedical and Dental Contract Programme Manager, NHS Wales Employers
Prior to joining NHS Employers, Sian held Senior Project Management and Operation Management roles in multiple Health Boards.
Andrea ThomasNHS Wales Job Evaluation Lead, NHS Wales Employers
Andrea joined NHS in 1994 and held a number of roles including Head of Knowledge Management at Hywel Dda University Health Board.
Karen WilliamsSupport Services Officer, NHS Wales Employers
Karen has worked in the NHS for 40 years. She was employed at the former East Glamorgan Hospital and the Welsh Blood Service previously.