A special recruitment day to find people with skills in information and tech is taking place in Cardiff on 11 September at the NHS Wales Informatics Service head office.
A range of jobs are on offer as part of a ground-breaking initiative to give health professionals, citizens and patients better access to data.
The search is on for people with an interest in information technology to join a national programme that will revolutionise the way data is shared to improve health and care outcomes for patients and citizens in Wales.
All prospective candidates are invited to attend the open day event, which will be running all day from 10am to 7pm, where they will have the chance to speak to current employees and learn more about working for NHS Wales.
Paul Howells, Programme Lead at NHS Wales Informatics Service, said:
“This is a fantastic opportunity for people with an interest in data to make an impact on the way information is used across Welsh health and care organisations. We are developing a really exciting programme which will enable better decision making for clinicians in all parts of our health and care system.
“We’re recruiting for a range of different positions with varying levels of seniority, so anyone who is looking to develop a career in health and care informatics should come along and find out more.”
There will be an opportunity to apply for some roles on the day, so those interested in attending should bring along their CV and contact details.