We are proud to win the ‘best place to work in IT’ award at the British Computing Society’s UK IT Industry Awards.
Our head office is in the centre of Cardiff. We also have offices in Mold, Swansea, Pencoed and Pontypool.
Digital Health and Care Wales (DHCW) provides a full range of staff benefits including;
27 days annual leave and public holidays
Professional development and career opportunities
Automatic membership of the NHS pension scheme
Access to the Employee Assistance Programme, our confidential counselling service
Cycle to work scheme
We are committed to recognising and celebrating staff as the most valuable part of our organisation. We’ve worked hard to ensure our recruitment is fair, open and transparent. We’re committed to building and developing teams that are diverse and inclusive. So no matter your age, gender, disability status, sexual orientation, religion, or ethnicity - the Digital Health and Care Wales will treat you with respect.
Please find our full Equality and Diversity statement here.
Racism and Discrimination have no place within our workplace or society, yet recent events have shown that racism still exists and remains a lived experience for black and ethnic people within today’s society and DHCW recognise, that we need to play our part in tackling racism in all forms within the workplace.
Acknowledging how deep-rooted racism is within society, and how systemic and institutional racism still affect people today, DHCW stands with the BAME communities, and will not tolerate any form of racism or racial prejudice both directly and indirectly.
As an organisation, DHCW is committed to diversity and inclusion and to making sure every member of staff feels welcome, safe and is treated equally and fairly. We recognise that racism is an issue that affects our staff and our colleagues, which is why we are renewing our commitment to equality and diversity.
Our commitments include:
We will be a positive force and role model and will work together with our BAME colleagues to understand and learn where racial discrimination still applies within society, and the issues faced by black and ethnic minorities within the workplace.
As an organisation, we pledge to listen and to learn and to take action to support change leading us towards a more diverse, inclusive and brighter future for all.
*Disclaimer: DHCW is not aligned with any BLM Organisations or movements and is independently addressing equality and diversity within our organisational remit.