Assistant Director of Organisational Development

Cwmbran, Torfaen (Tor-faen)
Band 8d (£75,914 to £87,754)
18 Jun 2021
04 Jul 2021
HR Jobs Level
Director / Head / VP
Contract Type
Full Time
CIPD Membership
CIPD Member

Assistant Director of Organisational Development

Aneurin Bevan University Health Board

Band 8d (£75,914 to £87,754)

Aneurin Bevan University Health Board is one of the largest and busiest health care providers in Wales, advancing clinical excellence and driving forward an exciting programme of service redesign with a focus on population health.


The Health Board employs over 15,000 staff and as an organisation we plan and commission services to provide integrated Public Health, Primary, Community, Mental Health and Secondary care to more than 600,000 people in South East Wales. As part of our Clinical Futures Strategy we have recently opened a new Specialist and Critical Care Centre, the Grange University Hospital to treat our most seriously ill patients and those with significant injuries. The hospital is just one part of our transformational Clinical Futures Strategy moving care closer to home to deliver more sustainable health and care services for our communities.

We are looking for an outstanding Organisational Development professional to develop and lead our Organisational Development Strategy. This is an exciting and challenging role requiring the ability to translate strategic intent and direction into OD interventions that will underpin delivery of our Clinical Futures Strategy.

Reporting to the Director of Workforce & OD, the role will work as part of the senior Workforce & OD leadership team. The role will also have responsibility for delivering best in class interventions for Employee Wellbeing, Education and Learning, Leadership and Talent Management, as well as Occupational Health services.

We’re looking for someone who understands what it takes to make an organisation a great place to work and is values driven. You will have a proven track record of working with multidisciplinary teams to identify, create and implement OD interventions that will provide sustainable system change in a large complex organisation. 

We believe that staff experience shapes patient experience and that by “putting people first” and leading with compassion we can develop an engaged workforce to meet the challenges of the 21st century and in so doing deliver outstanding patient care.

Join us and you will have the full support of our award winning team and network of colleagues.

For an informal conversation please contact Sarah Simmonds on 07817 009 358 or email


To apply please visit our jobs page using job reference 040-AC351-0621


Closing date 04 July 2021