Working for our Integrated Care Board means you are making a difference to the lives and health of people in the Black Country.
We are an equal opportunities employer who actively supports and encourages increasing the diversity of our employees. We expect all of our employees to treat our patients, carers and their colleagues with respect and dignity.
We are also a bronze award holder under the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS). The ERS recognises commitment and support from UK employers for defence personnel.
We want everyone who applies for a job with us to have a positive recruitment experience, regardless of the outcome of the recruitment process. We believe that good recruitment consists of a timely, fairly and transparent process, as well as getting the right person in the right job the first time.
If you want to work for us, please visit the NHS Jobs website. You can search for jobs by type, location and pay band, and apply for vacancies online.
Working within primary care
Primary care is a vibrant area to work in with lots of opportunities to be part of exciting plans to transform care. Vacancies within primary care are advertised in the local press or trade media. You can also visit the NHS Jobs website to search for primary care jobs in the Black Country.
Our Black Country Training Hub is dedicated to making local primary care a great place to work, supporting clinicians, practices and the wider system.
Meet Lisa Tidmarsh, an experienced nurse working within Continuing Healthcare at NHS Black Country Integrated Care Board. She talks about her role as a clinical practitioner and how she assesses individuals to see if they are eligible for continuing healthcare. Lisa describes her role as very rewarding.
For other vacancies within the team, please go to the NHS Jobs website.