The UoD Nursing and Healthcare Recruitment Fair

Wednesday 17 April 2019

11:00 - 14:00

Bonar Hall

 

"So much interest.  Really worthwhile and delighted to have been invited along.  So exciting to see such
passion and motivation for general practice.”

NHS Education for Scotland 2019

“Thank you for inviting us along.  Great to see and hear from our future nurses.  Event very well attended/organised”.
NHS Fife 2019

 

This was an excellent opportunity to speak directly to a range of employers, find out about jobs on offer to you and be interviewed by selected employers on the day.

 

Employers/Organisations who attended the 2019 Fair:

Army Medical Services (Reserves) offers part time roles in both primary and secondary healthcare as well as CPD and adventure training opportunities for medical professionals already in full time employment or studies.

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What will you be offering:  Information on Army Reserve medical vacancies, role requirements and Reserve service terms and conditions.

Vacancies you are recruiting forNurses, Healthcare Assistants, ODP, Welfare Workers, Medical Support Officers, Surgeons, Anaesthetists, Dentists.

Disciplines required:  A&E, ICU, Theatre, RN Adult.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  Yes.

We at Abbotsford have been on the go since 1987 when we opened our first home in Milton Road, Kirkcaldy. Over the years we have developed our services adding homes in Glenrothes, Kinglassie, East Wemyss, Cowdenbeath, Methil, Newburgh, Dunfermline, and we opened our newest home in Kirkcaldy in August 2015.

Like all families we have grown up together over the years. At our recent service awards it was a great pleasure to congratulate over 150 staff that have provided a continuous high standard of care to our residents for 5 years or more with some of our staff having 25 years' service. The staff are the backbone of all we provide and we believe it is this which is the strength of the community we promote. Our residents are our priority and offering a varied selection of activities and social events is important to ensuring a quality of well-being. The staff teams provide the support from in-house parties to day outings and even holidays away to caravans, lodges or hotels, near or far.

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What will you be offering:  Information on our care homes (all based in Fife) with regards to our nursing positions available, training and development opportunities available.

Vacancies you are recruiting for: Nursing positions.

Disciplines required:  All.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

We provide specialist support for people with Learning Disabilities, Mental Health needs, Autism and Acquired Brain Injuries. We have a range of services to support people along their care pathway.

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What will you be offering:  Recruiting for Nurses at our hospital based in Bedford.

Vacancies you are recruiting for: Mental Health Nurses.

Disciplines required:  RMN/RNLD.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

Balhousie Care Group are a Scottish owned and based private healthcare organisation.

We have 25 Care Homes across Scotland offering a range of services including Adults with Disabilities / Alzheimer's and Dementia / Huntingdon's Disease / Residential Care / Nursing Care / Palliative Care / Respite to over 950 residents via over 1300 staff! We are always growing and have ambitious plans for the coming years.

We aim to be an organisation that really focuses on our people: our residents; our staff; our relatives and all those we work closely with us to deliver great care.

Creating a culture based around personalisation, we create an environment that understands, supports and appreciates the individual needs of every single person. By doing this, we have happy homes that people enjoy living and working in.

We are very much focused on acquiring, supporting and developing our staff and offer fantastic career prospects with excellent opportunities to learn, grow and progress within the organisation for our staff.

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What will you be offering:  Information about our organisation and the wealth of exciting career opportunities which we have, across Scotland. Details on salaries, application processes etc. Informal discussion and rapport building - sharing our values and culture, and future growth plans.  The chance to speak with the Resourcing Manager for the business, and also a trained Nurse/Manager who will have experience of working within social care for Balhousie Care Group.

Vacancies you are recruiting forRGN, RMN, RNLD, Deputy Manager.

Disciplines required:  RGN, RMN, RNLD.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Will you be giving a presentation?  Yes.

Barchester Healthcare is one of the UK’s foremost care providers. With over 25 years’ experience and more than 200 care homes and six independent mental health hospitals, we’re passionate about providing care and support for elderly and vulnerable people. 

Quality care is at the heart of everything we do. Our residents, patients and their families rely on us to deliver person-centred care and support. That’s why we look for compassionate people who are focused on helping others to get the most out of every day.

At Barchester, you’ll be truly valued and respected for what you do. As well as a competitive salary, you’ll receive one of the best rewards packages in the care sector, including our outstanding profit share scheme, which is designed to recognise the excellent performance of our teams across the business.

We actively encourage people to develop their careers with us, from refreshing knowledge and learning new skills, to continuing personal and professional development. With our support, we’ve seen many of our people complete externally accredited qualifications and achieve their career goals.

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What will you be offering?   A role in a Barchester independent mental health hospital is your opportunity to use your nursing skills in an environment where patients have complex, long-term mental health conditions. This can mean dealing with antisocial or challenging behaviours, so your caring approach will need to be matched by your resilience and pragmatism. We think it’s a nursing career that will fulfil you like no other.

As part of the nursing team in a Barchester care home, you'll deliver the compassionate care and support our residents need to celebrate life and live the kind of fulfilling lives they deserve. Our homes have been designed with residents and staff front of mind. Many people comment that walking into one of our care homes is like walking into a stylish hotel.

Whether you choose to work in a Barchester care home or hospital, you'll be working within the boundaries of a person-centred care plan that's tailor-made for each person in your care, but the core decisions will be down to you.

If you need specific training to help you manage particular conditions, we'll make sure you have it.

Vacancies you are recruiting forPreceptorship, RN – Adult, RN - Mental health, RN – Learning Disabilities, RN - Neuro Rehab, Unit Manager, Peripatetic, Clinical Lead, Regional Development Nurses, Deputy General Managers.

Disciplines requiredRegistered Nurse.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

We put kindness into action.

The British Red Cross helps millions of people in the UK and around the world get the support they need if crisis strikes.

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What will you be offering:  Volunteering opportunities with people of all ages who feel social isolated and lonely. Give a couple of hours a week to help enable someone back into the community. Full training will be given.

Vacancies you are recruiting for: Volunteers for connecting communities project.

Disciplines required:  All disciplines.

Will you be collecting CVs?   No.

Will you be giving a presentation:  No.

We're Children's Hospices Across Scotland, but you can call us CHAS.

We care for children throughout Scotland with life-shortening conditions. And, we're here for their whole family. We make sure that no matter how short their time together may be, it is filled with happiness. Even in the pain of grief, we're determined that joy lives on.

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What will you be offering?  A chance to interact and find out about CHAS.

Vacancies you will be recruiting for:  Nurses, Senior Nursing Support Workers.

Discplines required:  Nursing.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  Yes.

Elite Care at Home is experienced in providing tailored care services for individuals of all ages who may need support at home to live independently.

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What will you be offering:  Outline of immediate job opportunities that compliment studying; career opportunities; onboarding / training process; information on positions in care.

Vacancies you are recruiting forHealth Care Assistants.

Discplines required: All disciplines.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Will you be giving a presenation?  No.

Elysium Healthcare are providers of over 70 hospitals and care homes across the UK. 

We provide services including Mental Health rehabilitation, Learning Disabilities, Acquired Brain Injuries, CAMHS and Neurology where we have positions for newly qualified nurses, across our sites. Each site has a competitive relocation package.

We provide a Preceptorship Programme, which is accredited by the RCN, and have competitive benefits and salaries. Within your Preceptorship you will be given the opportunity to attend 11 full days of additional training, which is delvered away from site at a hotel, as part of a cohort of all our newly qualified nurses.

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What will you be offeringElysium Healthcare will be looking to speak to student nurses who might be interested in hearing about our competitive relocation packages, as well as our preceptorship programme and job opportunities across the UK.

Vacancies you are recruiting forNewly Qualified RMNs and RGNs.

Discplines required:  Adult and Mental Health.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presenation?  Yes.

Four Seasons has over 250 care homes across the UK, but each one specialises in providing safe, high quality care for every resident.

We offer a range of different types of care, such as nursing, residential, intermediate, specialist dementia care, and more. Our compassionate staff support residents and their families through every stage of care, from help with everyday living to bespoke nursing care for those who need more looking after.

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.

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Four Seasons Health Care provide a variety of competitive benefits, including:

  •  A generous holiday allowance
  •  Contributory pension scheme
  •  Bespoke development programme
  •  Childcare vouchers
  •  Employee discount scheme
  •  Free parking and uniform (where applicable)

As a qualified nurse you can also enjoy up to £1,250 in your first year as a "Welcome Bonus". We provide a variety of development opportunities including:

  • The Preceptorship Programme offers newly qualified nurses a structured period of transition to develop their confidence and competence as a professional, enhance their skills, and continue on their chosen career path in the healthcare sector.
  • Leadership Development Programme.  This programme is designed to support Home Managers and Regional Managers in managing the complex agenda of the home. The aim is to develop understanding, confidence and flexibility in management.

Senior Care Assistants reflect the changing care needs of residents and will provide our most promising Care Assistants with the opportunity to develop their skills and career with us whilst providing support to our Registered Nurses to meet a range of clinical needs. Come and work for Four Seasons Health Care.

Vacancies you are recruiting for: Nurses, Care Assistants and Senior Care Assistants.

Discplines required:  Medical.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

There are five Trusts in Northern Ireland, all of which are constantly seeking to fill Nursing vacancies across all the branches. We also have exciting roles within the hospital and community setting across all disciplines of Nursing and midwifery. The Trusts warmly invite 3rd year students to apply for any of our Nursing & Midwifery vacancies and job offers will be made subject to successful completion of your degree and registration with the NMC.

You will also find an amazing array of different roles, settings and career pathways from which to choose. In particular , we have a need for high quality, dedicated staff in Medicine, Older People's Medicine, Theatres, Urology, Surgery, Children's, Mental Health, Learning Disability, Prison Healthcare and Maternity services. With modern facilities right across Northern Ireland, all our hospitals, both large and small, have many exciting and demanding roles with considerable opportunities to develop your skills, experience and to enhance your career.

We offer 27 days annual leave and 10 days statutory leave per year on commencement as well as a wide range of supportive policies to encourage our staff to live well. We also offer unique continuing professional development opportunities through our partnership organisations, NIPEC & CEC. Come and join us in an environment where you will find diversity of practice, challenge, growth, team work and support for your nursing or midwifery career.

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What will you be offering:  Information on services and job vacancies.

Vacancies you are recruiting forMedicine, Older People's Medicine, Theatres, Urology, Surgery, Children's, Mental Health, Learning Disability, Prison Healthcare and Midwifery.

Disciplines required:  Adult, Paediatric, Mental Health, Learning Disability.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  Yes.

Fife based, family run group of 12 care homes in and around fife, specialising in care for the elderly and dementia specialist care.

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What will you be offering:  New nurse development programmes awareness of vacancies and insight into kingdom homes.

Vacancies you are recruiting for: Nurses and care staff.

Discplines required:  All disciplines.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Will you be giving a presentation:  No.

Lifeways is one of the UK’s leading providers of support services for people with diverse and often complex needs in community settings.
Linlathen is a specialist centre providing long term person centred care and support for adults with a brain injury or complex neurological condition, with particular expertise in the management of Huntington’s disease.

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What will you be offering:  Information on current vacancies, questions answered by the Registered Manager.

Vacancies you are recruiting for: Staff nurse.

Discplines required:  RGN.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

NHS Dumfries and Galloway serves a population of 148,190 but within a large geographical area of about 2,400 square miles. Dumfries and Galloway stretches from Langholm in the East to Drummore in the West, and from Kirkconnel and Carsphairn in the North down to Sandyhills on the Solway Coast. The Health Board employs around 4500 staff excluding GPs and Dentists.

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What will you be offering:  Opportunity to chat on the day about what Dumfries and Galloway can offer.

Vacancies you are recruiting for:  Permanent and fixed term nursing positions, various hours.

Disciplines required:   Adult Nursing, Paediatric and Mental Health Nursing.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  Yes.

NHS Education for Scotland (NES) is an education and training body and a special health board within NHS Scotland, with responsibility of developing and delivering education and training for the healthcare workforce in Scotland. NES has a Scotland wide role in undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing professional development and maintains a local perspective through centres in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness.

NES also cooperates and collaborates with regulatory bodies and other organisations that are concerned with the development of the health and care workforce for example the General Medical Council, universities and other professional bodies.

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What will you be offering:  Information on NQN GPN Training Places, Professional Development & CPD for GPNs and the GPN career pathway.

Disciplines required: Nursing.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

NHS Fife provides healthcare to over 367,000 residents of Fife and employs around 8,700 staff. As a large rural area with varied geography and several centres of population, there are particular challenges to meet the health needs of the people of Fife.

Fife is home to two large hospitals - the Victoria Hospital, a district general in the centre of the Kingdom; and Queen Margaret Hospital in West Fife.

The majority of NHS Fife’s acute services are provided from the Victoria Hospital in the town of Kirkcaldy. The hospital underwent significant remodelling ahead of the opening of its new wing in 2012, which brought together acute services with maternity and children’s services to purpose-built facilities on a single site.

The Queen Margaret Hospital in Dunfermline is home to a considerable number of community and therapy services, alongside a minor injuries unit and a state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment centre.

In addition, Fife is home to a further eight community hospitals spread across the Kingdom; Lynebank Hospital in Dunfermline; Glenrothes Hospital; Whyteman’s Brae Hospital in Kirkcaldy, Cameron Hospital in Windygates, Randolph Wemyss Memorial Hospital in Buckhaven, Stratheden Hospital in Springfield, Adamson Hospital in Cupar and; St Andrews Community Hospital.

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What will you be offering?  Representative from our Acute Services Division and Health and Social Care partnership will be available to discuss opportunities available within Acute and Community Hospitals and Mental Health Services within Fife.

Vacancies you will be recruiting for:  Band 5 Staff Nurse position across Fife.

Disciplines requiredAdult and Mental Health Nursing.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

NHS Fife provides healthcare to over 367,000 residents of Fife and employs around 8,700 staff. As a large rural area with varied geography and several centres of population, there are particular challenges to meet the health needs of the people of Fife.

Fife is home to two large hospitals - the Victoria Hospital, a district general in the centre of the Kingdom; and Queen Margaret Hospital in West Fife.

The majority of NHS Fife’s acute services are provided from the Victoria Hospital in the town of Kirkcaldy. The hospital underwent significant remodelling ahead of the opening of its new wing in 2012, which brought together acute services with maternity and children’s services to purpose-built facilities on a single site.

The Queen Margaret Hospital in Dunfermline is home to a considerable number of community and therapy services, alongside a minor injuries unit and a state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment centre.

In addition, Fife is home to a further eight community hospitals spread across the Kingdom; Lynebank Hospital in Dunfermline; Glenrothes Hospital; Whyteman’s Brae Hospital in Kirkcaldy, Cameron Hospital in Windygates, Randolph Wemyss Memorial Hospital in Buckhaven, Stratheden Hospital in Springfield, Adamson Hospital in Cupar and; St Andrews Community Hospital.

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What will you be offering?  Information on how to become a Health Visitor, including postgraduate study information.

Disciplines requiredHealth Visitors.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

NHS Grampian provides services for a population of half-million people and employs over 18,000 staff. We are a major teaching organisation and our primary location in Aberdeen, with a buoyant economy, is regularly voted the best place to live in Scotland.

We are committed to improve health and reduce inequalities and deliver high quality care, involving our patients, public, staff and partners.

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What will you be offering:  tbc.

Vacancies you are recruiting forNewly Qualified Nurses.

Disciplines required:  Adult, Children, Mental Health, Midwifery.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes. 

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

Providing health and social care to the population of Highland and Islands of Scotland.

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What will you be offering:  Providing information on our services and current vacancies within our area. Will be offering application forms on the day to complete.

Vacancies you are recruiting forStaff Nurses.

Discplines required:  RMN.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presenation?  No.

NHS Lothian looks after the Health of Scotland's Capital City, Edinburgh and beyond. We are an integrated organisation, incorporating a wide range of acute hospital services, community health, prison health and social services.

Whatever the future holds, the advances in healthcare and technology, our most valuable resource will remain constant - our Staff.

Come and work with us.

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What will you be offering?  Come along and discuss the various exciting opportunities of working within NHS Lothian.  There will be two specific presentation on the day, one for Adult/Mental Health and the other from our Deputy Associate Nurse Director detailing the new Royal Hospital for Children and Young People, where you can here about this incredible new build hospital and the roles that will be available.

Vacancies you will be recruiting for:  All adult and paediatric roles.

Disciplines required:  All areas of nursing are welcome.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  Yes.

NHS Tayside is an innovative and exciting place to begin your career. We are committed to developing our people's skills through continuous learning and building opportunities.  At NHS Tayside, you can establish a successful career while enjoying the benefits of world class policies together with work-life balance.

Tayside Health Board was established in April 1974 and is responsible for commissioning health care services for the residents in the geographical local government areas of Angus, Dundee and Perth and Kinross. The Board’s boundaries are coterminous with these local government areas, which had a combined population of 405,721 based on mid year 2011 population estimates published by the General Register Office for Scotland.

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What will you be offering?  Recruitment opportunities.

Vacancies you will be recruiting for:  Nursing and Midwifery.

Disciplines required:  Nursing and Midwifery.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  Yes.

North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust and Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are working together to integrate health and care services in Cumbria. With a shared Chief executive, the organisations are currently bringing together our clinical and support services for the benefit of service users and our 8,500 members of staff.

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 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, serving a population of around 340,000 people and providing a wide range of services including emergency care, trauma & orthopaedics, paediatrics, maternity, vascular and cardiology.

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What will you be offeringInformation and advice  on the following vacancies:

  • Acute Band 5 Nurse (Adults
  • Mental Health Band 5 (inpatients)
  • Community Band 5 Nurse (inpatients)

Vacancies you are recruiting forNurses Band 5 (Band 4 whilst waiting for pin).

Disciplines required: All Acute / Mental Health / Community.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

 

RAF nurses practice in one of the most dynamic and challenging environments, delivering high quality care in peacetime and on operations around the world. With a structured career path and specialist courses, you will never stop learning. There are three routes to a nursing career in the RAF: Student Nurse (Adult), Registered Nurse or Nursing Officer (Adult/Mental Health) but whatever your chosen route you will need to show some leadership and management skills in a team environment, as well as providing excellent standards of nursing. Depending on your qualifications and experience these opportunities are potentially available to anyone aged 18–49.

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Vacancies you are recruiting forRAF nurses practice in one of the most dynamic and challenging environments, delivering high quality care in peacetime and on operations around the world. With structured career pathways and specialist courses you never stop learning. Some leadership and management skills in a team environment plus excellent standards of nursing are required. Come and speak to our team to see why nursing in the RAF is No Ordinary Job.

Discplines requiredNursing.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

The Royal College of Nursing is the world’s largest nursing union and professional body. We represent more than 435,000 nurses, student nurses, midwives and health care assistants in the UK and internationally.

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What will you be offering:  By joining the RCN, you’ll benefit both professionally and personally. We’re here to help with difficulties, as well as your development – with the largest legal team of any UK union, a 365-days-a-year helpline, access to Europe’s largest nursing library, member discount offers and much more.  Come and visit our stand to find out how we can enhance your exciting transition to becoming a newly qualified nurse.

Disciplines required:  Nursing and Midwifery.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

Royal Navy, medical services are recruiting nurses who are looking for a career with a difference.

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What will you be offering? Not only does a nursing career in the Royal Navy offer a challenge, travel and lifelong friendships. It also offers opportunities to further study, and expand your nursing role with a difference. As a newly qualified nurse in Adult or Mental Health you will be given a preceptorship programme, mentor support and a nursing career like no other.

Vacancies you are recruiting for:  Adult and Mental Health Nurses

Disciplines required: Nursing, medicine.

Will you be collecting CVs? No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

Care in our Homes: as one of the UK’s leading health and social care providers we have a spread of residential services across the country which are often run in partnership with the respective Councils and Local Authorities.

Community Care Hubs:  we operate community care hubs that offer a holistic service for those requiring residential and occasional medical care; GP surgery, dentist, chiropody and minor injuries. The medical aspects are available to the public in conjunction with local authorities/NHS and are ideally located to those residing in the Community Care Hubs.

Care in Your Own Home:  we deliver care at your own home based on the frequency and level of care individuals require. This can involve personal care, meal preparation, assistance with medication, domestic tasks or just companionship.

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What will you be offering:  Job vacancies for support workers and nurses.

Vacancies you are recruiting for:  Support workers and nurses.

Disciplines required:  MH, LD, general.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Will you be giving a presentation?  Yes.

Largest Trade Union in the UK providing cover for Healthcare and public sector employees.

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What will you be offering:  Information and recruitment.

Vacancies you are recruiting for: Activitst and members.

Discplines required:  Any discipline.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

One of England's largest acute teaching trusts, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust offers development opportunities to help you achieve your career aspirations, whatever your discipline.

Over 10,000 staff deliver services to 1.9 million people within our specialist care groups, children’s hospital, and major trauma centre. We offer almost every job imaginable, from nurses and healthcare scientists, to finance, HR and informatics specialists.

We’ve recently been rated ‘Good’ by the CQC, and in the latest NHS Staff Survey we ranked fourth best nationally for staff would recommend the hospital as a place to work.

For your NHS career, think UHS.

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What will you be offeringWe'll be looking to talk to graduates from health sciences who are interested in careers in the NHS.

Vacancies you are recruiting for:  All health science roles.

Disciplines required: Nursing and all health sciences

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.

Meet our Careers Advisers, sign up to JobShop our online jobs portal, register for Dundee Plus and find out about temporary vacancies within the University through DUTE.

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What will you be offering:  Advice and guidance.

If you are a registered nurse, midwife or other health professional looking to extend your educational qualifications, the School can offer you a wide range of programmes of study, from standalone modules to Master’s degrees. Whatever you choose will be sure to challenge you academically and provide you with a solid foundation in evidence-based practice.

We offer a full-time on campus programme, the MSc Nursing and Health which runs annually from September and is suitable for anyone who is a registered nurse. We also offer a range of online part-time postgraduate programmes for nurses and other health professionals, and including our specialist MSc Infection Prevention and Control as well as MSc programmes in nursing, health and midwifery. In additional to these postgraduate programmes we deliver a post-registration (top-up) BSc programme that is available for nurses (BSc Nursing), midwives (BSc Midwifery and other health professionals (BSc Health Sciences).

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What will you be offering:  We will be offering our postgraduate suite of programmes and our individual suite of modules.  Pre-registration MSc.

Disciplines required:  Nursing student or registered nurses. Any students with a degree who wish to undertake a career in nursing.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation?  No.