Chair and Lay Members NHS Wales Joint Commissioning Committee

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Vacancy details

Chair and Lay Members NHS Wales Joint Commissioning Committee 

12/01/2024, 16:00 

For further information regarding the role please contact: Samia Edmonds, email: Should you need any further assistance with applying for this role, please contact For further information about Public Appointments in Wales, please visit
4 (Essential Welsh language skills for 1 of the roles and Desirable Welsh language skills for 3 of the roles)
NHS Wales Joint Commissioning Committee
Meetings are held in both virtual and face-to-face form. The Chair and Lay Members are also expected to be able to travel to sites across Wales when the need arises. Where NWJCC meetings are held face-to-face these will generally be in the Cardiff area. It may also be necessary to attend regional and national meetings and training/ development sessions.

Welsh language requirements

3 - Although Welsh language skills are not essential for this post, they would be an asset. This role is a Welsh language skills desirable role.
1 - Can read some basic words and phrases with understanding
3 - Can converse in some work-related conversations
3 - Can understand routine work-related conversations
1 - Can write basic messages on everyday topics

Disability Confident Scheme

The Welsh Government is a Disability Confident Leader. We guarantee to interview any candidate with an impairment, health condition, who is neurodivergent or who uses British Sign Language if they meet the minimum criteria for the post.

Welsh Government has adopted the social model of disability, which recognises that barriers in society act to disable people who have impairments, or health conditions, who are neurodivergent or who use British Sign Language.

We are committed to removing barriers in the recruitment process so that all (or potential new) staff can perform at their best.

Recruitment adjustments can be made at any part of the recruitment process for candidates with an impairment or health condition, who are neurodivergent or who use British Sign Language. 

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