Have you got an upcoming interview? Or perhaps, you just want to be 100% prepared when you attend your next HealthSectorJobs Events job fair- after all, our job fairs give you the possibility of interviewing with employers on the same day!
For one day only the Nursing and Midwifery Job Fair will open its doors to all nurses and midwives looking for new career opportunities on Saturday 24 March in Dublin’s RDS.
Leading NHS employers from England and Scotland will be at the British Nursing Open Day this month in Melbourne, Saturday 11 November, Brisbane, Wednesday 15 November and Sydney, Saturday 18 November 2017.
Medway NHS Foundation Trust is unique - and, following recent transformational changes within the organisation, it is an exciting time to be joining us.
We are a provider of award-winning, high quality mental health, community and learning disability services across North and West Yorkshire, helping people to stay well, close to home. We provide services to a growing population of 580,000 people across a diverse district comprising urban and rural areas across Bradford, Airedale and Craven. The population is one of the most multicultural in Britain with over 100 languages.
Leading public and private health and social care employers from Ireland, the UK and Australia will be at Ireland’s largest healthcare job fair this month in Dublin’s RDS, Saturday 14 October.
This month the UK’s only multidisciplinary healthcare job fair returns to Birmingham’s Council House on Saturday, 30 September 2017. FREE for all healthcare jobseekers to attend including nurses, doctors and allied health professionals.
On June 17 2017, the Health Sector Jobs Fair will welcome a large array of exhibitors and jobseekers to Cork. This unique healthcare recruitment exhibition attracts doctors, nurses, midwives as well as allied health and social care professionals, looking for new opportunities.
Over a thousand Irish nursing and midwifery jobs are on offer at a series of dedicated recruitment events in Scotland this June
“I’ve been an occupational therapist for six years now and during this time I’ve worked in the fields of forensic mental health, learning disabilities and autism settings. I decided to become a Disability Assessor as I wanted to gain more experience within the community and also expand my knowledge of physical health conditions, while still utilising my core occupational therapy skills. I was also attracted to more flexible working and the potential of being based from home as I have two young children.