Living in Powys

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Mountain Biking Ready to test your metal in Powys? Stretching from the snow-capped mountains of Snowdonia, to the rugged peaks of the Brecon Beacons, Powys

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Fulfil both your career and lifestyle aspirations

& join the practice teams already living & working in Powys

Whatever stage of your life you’re at, working in the healthcare sector can be highly demanding; and so you’ll value your free time more than most.

That’s one of the reasons why so many healthcare professionals choose Powys as a permanent place to set up – it ticks all the boxes for a wonderful quality of life alongside unique career progression paths, allowing you to fulfil both work & life aspirations.

Job Vacancies

Receptionist

Receptionist Interested in joining one of the practice teams in Powys? Builth Wells Medical Practice is looking to appoint an enthusiastic, reliable, and hard-working Receptionist

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Don't Simply Take Our Word For It!

Here's some of our colleagues thoughts on living & working in Powys

"I moved to Powys for the opportunity and challenge to grow the Physician Associate community in a rural area.

Powys Teaching Health Board has been a champion of the profession for many years and employed some of the first PAs in Wales. It was the perfect place to advance my career, continue to express my passion for expanding the role and for me to experience the unique hurdles of rural care. And of course to run in the mountains."

Alexandra Physician Associate Development Manager in Powys

Don't Simply Take Our Word For It!

Here's some of our colleagues thoughts on living & working in Powys

"I moved to Powys a year ago in search of professional fulfilment, to develop my portfolio career and to find a great lifestyle. I now work as a part time GP and as Assistant Medical Director for the Health Board. I have found that my GP life is rich and varied. We aim to grow our own workforce so training is a high priority, and I feel supported to be the best I can be.

My Health Board role means I meet with other general practice and hospital teams, which I find rewarding and the journeys are beautiful! There is so much to enjoy if you love the countryside and outdoor life."

Richard Part time GP & Assistant Medical Director in Powys

Don't Simply Take Our Word For It!

Here's some of our colleagues thoughts on living & working in Powys

"Powys is a beautiful scenic county, I have grown up here and look forward to raising my children here. There are plenty of lovely towns to explore with quirky shops and cafes, obviously there are amazing walking routes and outdoor activities aplenty."

Angharad Practice Nurse in Powys
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