Edinburgh’s only dedicated healthcare job fair is back in Assembly Rooms, George Street on Saturday 19 May 2018.
This is a must attend event for all health and social care professionals including doctors, nurses, midwives, social care workers, paramedics, allied health professionals and healthcare assistants. Admission is FREE and registration is easy.
Opportunities across the UK, Ireland & Australia
Meet leading NHS Trusts including University College London Hospital, Cumbria NHS and many more. Meet with the UL Group from Ireland and the Department of Heath Western Australia.
We want you to come to UCLH, and stay at UCLH, because our success starts with you.
From the moment you walk through our doors, you will be supported by a preceptor and a team who will help you start a journey of lifelong learning.
All of our staff have been involved in developing our values. We believe that they make UCLH a better place for patients and staff alike. Our patients tell us that our nurses make all the difference, and here you will be at the forefront of innovation in patient safety and treatment.
You will achieve all of this in an environment that values staff wellbeing, teamwork and support.
Alongside mentoring, we can offer you a range of great benefits.
Priory is the leading independent provider of behavioural care in the UK.
We organise ourselves into three divisions – healthcare, education and children’s services, and adult care services – which together support the needs of more than 30,000 people every year.
Our purpose is to make a real and lasting difference for everyone we support.
Priory is dedicated to helping people to improve their health and wellbeing. We understand that in order for people to achieve high quality clinical and educational outcomes they need individually tailored programmes, suiting their specific needs.
Croom Hospital serves Limerick, Clare and North Tipperary as a Specialist Hospital with elective Orthopaedic services for adults and children. Croom also accepts the transfer of Orthopaedic patients from UL Hospital for post acute care. In addition to Orthopaedic services, Rheumatology and Pain Management services are provided.
University Hospital Limerick plays the central role among the six UL Hospitals in the Midwest region. As a model 4 hospital it provides the critical care services, the 24/7/365 Emergency Department (ED) and is a designated centre for cancer, trauma and vascular surgery.
The hospital is the central hub for the five associated hospitals in the region. Ennis Hospital, Nenagh Hospital and St John’s Hospital are integral parts of the network that treat patients in accordance their model status. While they do not have an ED, each has a medical assessment unit, a local injuries unit, a very active day surgery unit and medical in-patient beds for selected medical patients.
UHL is situated in the Limerick suburb of Dooradoyle is now the biggest public building site in Munster if not the whole of the country. Major capital developments are in train including the construction of a new Emergency Department, specialist in patient/outpatient block including Cystic Fibrosis, Stroke, Dermatology, Neurology and Symptomatic Breast Disease, new ward block, new school for the paediatric department, completion of a new Critical Care Block, Dialysis Unit and a Clinical Education and Research facility in conjunction with the University of Limerick. A medium term plan is to relocate the University Maternity Hospital to the Dooradoyle campus.
Ennis Hospital was offically opened on October 4th 1940, and is part of the University of Limerick Hospitals Group. Ennis hospital serves the County of Clare in addition to the many patients from other parts of the Mid-west attending there for ambulatory care services. Under the Acute Medicine Programme, Ennis Hospital`s Local Emergency Centre (12 hour emergency department service) has evolved into an Urgent Care Centre comprising of a Local Injuries Unit and a Medical Assessment Unit since 8th of July 2013.
Site Governance on a day-to-day basis is provided by the Operational Director of Nursing , while the Site Administrator works with the individual directorates within UL Hospital to ensure the achievement of the UL hospitals objectives.
Nenagh Hospital is part of UL Hospitals serving the County of North Tipperary and surrounding counties. Under the Acute Medicine Programme, Nenagh’s Local Emergency Centre has evolved into a Local Injuries Unit. An Advanced Nurse Practitionerfor this Unit was appointed in July 2013.
The services provided at Nenagh Hospital are appropriate for a Model 2 Hospital and delivers non-complex care as close as possible to patients’ homes. Access for medical admissions is via the Medical Assessment Unit, Local Injuries Unit, direct GP admissions and transfer of patient’s from the University of Limerick Hospital’s Group. Site governance on a day to day basis is provided by the Operational Director of Nursing and the Site Administrator who work with the individual Directorates within UL Hospitals to ensure the achievement of group objectives.
St. John’s is an acute General Public Voluntary Hospital, funded by the Health Service Executive and is a registered Charity under the Charities Acts and is administered and managed in accordance with a Scheme of Management approved by Order of the High Court. The current Scheme of Management was approved in 1989. The property is vested in Trustees.
The Hospital has a total of 99 beds – 89 In-Patient beds and 10 Day Care beds. The In-Patient specialties are General Medicine, General Surgery and Gynaecology. We also have an Urgent Care Centre incorporating a Local Injuries Unit and Medical Assessment Unit.
UL Hospitals Group, based in the Midwest of Ireland, is one of seven hospital Groups in the country and was the first Group to be formed in 2012. Services are delivered at six different hospital sites across counties Clare, North Tipperary and Limerick.
UL Hospitals Group comprises University Hospital Limerick, University Maternity Hospital Limerick, Nenagh Hospital (Co. Tipperary), Ennis Hospital (Co. Clare), Croom Orthopaedic Hospital (Co. Limerick) and St. John’s Hospital (Voluntary Hospital, Limerick City).
With the University of Limerick as its Academic Partner, UL Hospitals Group aims to be one of Irelands top three university teaching hospitals by 2018.
We have over 3,000 staff providing a range of acute inpatient and day case services to a population of some 400,000 people in the Midwest Region.
UL Hospitals Group is governed by an interim Board of Directors and an Executive Management Team which is supported by four Clinical Directorates (Medicine, Peri-Operative, Child & Maternal Health and Diagnostics) who are accountable for the operation of services across all six sites.
University Hospital Limerick is the Model 4 hospital for the region providing major surgery, cancer treatment and care, emergency department services, as well as a range of other medical, diagnostic and therapy services. It is where all critical care services are located in addition to a 24/7/365 Emergency Department and it is a designated cancer centre.
Emergency and complex surgeries are only undertaken at UHL. The hospital is the hub for the three smaller local hospitals, Ennis Hospital, Nenagh Hospital and St John’s Hospital which manage the majority of their local population through their medical assessment units and inpatient beds.
Patients who require access to critical and complex care are seen at University Hospital Limerick and either stabilised and transferred to a local Model 2 hospital or admitted to UHL if required.
Do you see yourself working for WA Health? The Department of Health – Western Australia is seeking qualified registered nurses and midwives, with recent experience in the UK or Ireland for in-demand and specialty positions in our metropolitan and rural hospitals. We can advise you on potential roles and opportunities for visa sponsorship.
Contact details: T: 0207 395 0575
Since Oxford Aunts was established in 1967 we have built an excellent reputation in providing quality live-in care in people’s homes. We are an expert live in care agency in Oxford specialising in arranging 24/7 fully-managed nurse-led care for adults of all ages from experienced, compassionate care professionals. All of our carers are supported by a team of care managers, training professionals and trained nurses. This allows us to effectively manage complex healthcare needs in the comfort of the client’s own home. Our aim is to provide the very best live-in care available with a dedicated Care Manager for each client and their carer.
Our Trust provides mental health, learning disability and children and family services across South Staffordshire, Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin. We have over 350 inpatient beds and a broad range of community services such as crisis resolution and home treatment, early intervention and memory services.
Specialist mother and baby, eating disorder and medium secure forensic mental health services care for patients from across the region and we have contracts across the country for IAPT, addiction and some health services in prisons as well as hosting a network for inpatient mental health care for serving military personnel.
Our 3,500 staff serve a local population of 1.1 million in Shropshire and South Staffordshire, and within a range of services based from Leeds to the Isle of Wight and Liverpool to Cambridge.
We are an innovative and forward thinking organisation with an expanding portfolio of services. This means we can offer our staff genuine opportunities to develop their careers, gaining experience working across a number of specialisms. We are renowned for investing in and supporting our employees and have a strong ethos of continuous professional development.
We are proud to work in partnership with Step into Health, Career Transition Partnership, The Royal Foundation and Walking with the Wounded supporting ex-service personnel into a career in the NHS
Great care can change everything. Like you, we want to deliver truly brilliant integrated care. And just like you, we’re ambitious about what we do at Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust.
We like to think we offer you the best of both worlds. We’re a welcoming and friendly place that’s devoted to our community. Also, we have exciting and huge plans for the future, including the big investments we are making in new technology as well as the development of our new £350 million “super hospital”, the Midland Metropolitan, which is due to open in 2019.
Build a rewarding career at Randolph Hill
Randolph Hill Nursing Homes Group was founded in 1985 to provide professional, skilled and empathetic individual care for older people. We pride ourselves on our warm, inclusive approach to resident and extend this welcome to families and visitors.
We now own and operate 6 nursing homes in East central Scotland, which are given operational and administrative support from the head office in Edinburgh.
Many of our staff have been with us since our homes opened and we pride ourselves with the dedication they have given to the company.
A Four Seasons Health Care home is a real home. We really care about people, looking after their health and understanding what makes them happy. Our care homes are as individual as our residents, but the high standard of care is the same throughout. Our new Quality of Life Programme is a unique way of listening to residents every day to help us deliver the type of care experience they want.
IELTS is the International English Language Testing System, the world’s proven English language test. IELTS is accepted as evidence of English language proficiency by over 10,000 organisations worldwide, including UK Visas and Immigration. In the past year, over 3 million tests have been taken in more than 140 countries. IELTS is recognised as a secure, valid and reliable indicator of true-to-life ability to communicate in English for education, immigration and professional accreditation.
We provide a range of mental health, learning disability and eating disorder services for people living in County Durham, Darlington, Tees Valley, York, Selby and most of North Yorkshire. Results from the 2014 NHS National staff survey showed we’re in the top 20% of mental health and learning disability trusts in the country in 22 of the 29 areas covered, scoring the highest rating in two of those areas. We were also in the top 20% of trusts recommended by their staff as a place to work or receive treatment and were among the best performing Trusts for engaging with our staff.
The Trust has recently achieved Investors in People (IiP) Gold accreditation for the second time in a row, demonstrating our commitment to high performance through good people management. It is one of only two NHS organisations in the North of England to earn the IiP accolade with the latest version of the Standard.
RCHT is the biggest provider of healthcare services in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. The Trust provides acute medical, surgical and specialist services to a population of around 500,000 which increases significantly during the busy holiday periods. We have extensive educational links to help you realise your full potential and develop skills to provide outstanding healthcare. You will enjoy an outstanding quality of life in a place that offers everything from surfing beaches and fishing harbours to beautiful countryside and historic towns. With clean air, outdoor activities and excellent schools, colleges and university campuses it is the ideal place for families and development of your own career.
NHS in Cumbria – we are recruiting!
NHS Trusts across Cumbria are working collaboratively to recruit health care professionals for all our services.
#isthisyou? Come and speak to us about the innovative pathways and integrated services across ambulatory care, community, mental health and the acute sector.
Putting patients first is at the heart of everything we do.
Visit our stand to discover the variety of opportunities and exciting career prospects available in Cumbria!
Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides community and mental health services across Cumbria for both adults and children. 60 different community, childrens, specialist and mental health services are provided by 4,000 staff from over 20 main sites. In any one year around one fifth of the population are seen by the Trust, providing health care services from new babies to care of the frail and elderly.
North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust is an acute hospital trust with two district general hospitals – the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle and West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven. The Trust employs 4,500 staff and serves a population of around 340,000 people, providing a wide range of services including emergency care, trauma & orthopaedics, paediatrics, maternity, vascular and cardiology.
We are specialists. We are innovators. We put people first.
We began with a single 20-bed brain injury centre outside Glasgow. Nearly 30 years on, we look after up to 800 patients and residents every day across England and Scotland.
We specialise in looking after people who have mental health problems or who have learning difficulties or brain injuries. Our patients and residents range from young teenagers to people in their 60s. The full list of conditions we treat is here.
Our aim is to help people live the happiest and most fulfilling lives they can. We’re proud to have recruited some of the most experienced doctors, nurses and therapists in their fields.
At NHS 24 we employ a broad range of frontline staff in our centres nationwide including call handlers, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, health information advisors, dental nurses and special phoneline advisors within Breathing Space. We also have a number of staff supporting these services indirectly through functions such as finance, human resources, technology and resource planning. We work in close partnership with all Health Boards and the Scottish Ambulance Service to provide essential services to patients in need of urgent advice and care during the out-of-hours period when their GP surgery is closed. We provide access to trusted health and care information and support through a range of different services, which are available to the public via a range of delivery channels, including the web, webchat and telephone.
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