• Maximize efficiency through the use of ESR and interface technologies To work in the UK, all applicants who are not nationals of the UK or the Republic of Ireland (RoI) will need sponsorship to obtain a health and care visa or skilled worker visa, unless you have permission to work by another route. Non-UK/RoI applicants wishing to apply should assess the likelihood of obtaining a sponsorship certificate themselves by participating in Work in the UK. If you are eligible for the health and care visa, the application fee is lower and you do not have to pay the annual health supplement for entry. We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced lawyer to join our complex patient team with a particular focus on working at the Protection Court. We advise and represent the entire NHS in Wales. Extensive experience in the areas of Mental Capacity Act, Deprivation of Liberty, Mental Health Act, Protection Court and Deprivation of Liberty of Children is essential. The NSHP also provides safeguards against risks related to processes that involve automated decision-making. NWSSP Legal & Risk Services was established by the Welsh Government in 1996 and is a team of in-house lawyers employed within NHS Wales. Lawyers provide legal advice on a wide range of issues. Other legal career opportunities you may want to consider include: you are responsible for selecting and assessing the risks of new applications; communicate with clients and witnesses to investigate and prepare files; recording of witness statements and assistance of witnesses during judicial proceedings; participation and representation at hearings; written advice to clients. An ESR self-service support centre has been set up to help employees and managers use ESR to carry out HR processes (e.g. how to book annual leave, check pay, manage absences).

In accordance with the law, your data will only be shared with the hiring managers responsible for the recruitment process for a vacancy in their department. This is so that only the right people work together to recruit staff for you and the NHS. Legal & Risk Services is a division of the NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership, which provides a comprehensive legal advisory service to the NHS. Our virtual information days are available to all students with legal or non-legal training and no previous work experience is required. Find out first-hand what it`s like to work for NHS Wales` in-house legal team. At Legal and Risk Services, we support the development of all our employees, regardless of their stage of their legal career. Our new Head of Legal Education and Development will have strategic responsibility for our articling students, paralegals and the professional development of our qualified lawyers. We also offer a personal mentoring program and a CILEx support group led by our legal frameworks. Sharing personal data through secure ESR processes provides the requester with a more efficient, secure and seamless onboarding experience, while eliminating duplication, waste, and process delays caused by alternative manual interventions and paper-based processes. We have a comprehensive benefits package that has something for everyone, supports health, engagement and wellness, and includes an employee support program. We have over 30 mental health first responders and partner with local and national organizations to ensure the well-being and resilience of our employees. The legal basis for the use of the ESR IAT and other staff interfaces is legitimate interest.

The processing is necessary for the legitimate interests of the organisation or the legitimate interests of a third party, unless there is a valid reason to protect the personal data of the person that overrides those interests. c) the processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which the controller is subject; On this page, you`ll find opportunities to work in law, the skills you need, and how to maximize your chances. All employees are required to undergo regular training. Extensive training is required to protect the information provided to the NASP. The training ensures that all staff working in the NHS are aware of their responsibility to process your information, regardless of the department in which they work. Legal work related to the investigation and administration of clinical claims is funded from the Wales Health Services budget. Payment for other work is made by the Welsh Health Authority, which required it. We respect and value our employees and strive to build a culture of compassion and inclusion. We are a bilingual organization and have a team of change champions who are committed to making “This is our NSHP” our most important change agenda. Similarly, PROUD is our new employee network that invites LGBT+ colleagues and allies to come together in a safe space for discussion, event planning, and the opportunity to build support networks.

It is important to note that anyone who receives information about you is required by law to keep it confidential. We only request, use and share the minimum amount of information necessary. Our core values, which are important, how we work with our clients and how we support our colleagues, are: • Improve the employee onboarding experience by automating and streamlining HR processes while eliminating duplication and waste We are committed to flexible working and equal opportunities.