REGISTERED nurses, advanced nurse practitioners, midwives and current and aspiring healthcare support workers are being invited to a hospital recruitment event at the Alexandra Hospital next month.
The free event, from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, October 3 in the Education Centre at the Alex, will showcase the various exciting opportunities available at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust’s three sites – the Alexandra, Kidderminster and Worcestershire Royal Hospitals.
As well as information stands giving information and advice on opportunities within medicine, surgery, women’s and children’s services, theatres, outpatients and clinical support roles, there will be HR advisors available to give free one-to-one help and support on applying for vacancies.
There will also be the opportunity for those applying for Band 5 staff nurse posts to be interviewed at the event, with successful applicants receiving conditional offers on the same day.
To be interviewed on the day, applicants must submit an application on NHS Jobs using the job reference 365-WAHNT1519.
Lisa Miruszenko, deputy chief nurse, said: “This event is for all registered nurses, midwives, operating department practitioners and current and aspiring healthcare support workers to come and see what fabulous job opportunities are available across our county’s hospitals.
“It builds on the successful recruitment campaigns we have recently held for roles in maternity and theatres, and we are looking forward to welcoming some great potential candidates.
“Whether you are working for another trust and looking for a change; thinking of coming back to the profession; or wondering about embarking on a caring role within nursing, this is the event for you.
“If you are currently working as an advanced nurse practitioner and considering a change then we are also interested in discussing what the trust can offer you.
“Visitors are free to drop in at a time convenient to them.”
For further information visit www.worcsacute.nhs.uk/working-for-us or follow @WorcsAcuteJobs on Twitter.