Qualified nurses could be offered jobs on the spot during a major local recruitment drive.
The Southern Trust has launched a new campaign to enhance its nursing workforce.
#MyNursingMoment shows the wide variety of opportunities across the Trust and aims to attract applications from Registered Nurses along with Year 2 and 3 Students.
A recruitment day will take place on Friday, October 2, in Seagoe Parish Centre, Portadown, where interviews will take place, offers made and pre-employment checks will be completed.
Launching his latest recruitment drive, the Trust’s Executive Director of Nursing, Francis Rice, said: “As our population grows and demands on our services increase, we are currently recruiting for Band 5 Adult Nurses.
“As one of the best performing Trusts in Northern Ireland we want to attract the highest calibre of nurses.
“Because we want our patients and clients to get the best possible care, we want our staff to get the best training and support – so Southern Trust nurses benefit from a wide range of experience, rotation, preceptorship and other opportunities for continuous professional development.
“We are committed to providing safe, high quality care, every day for every patient and client, so would love to hear from dedicated and compassionate nurses or nursing students.”
For more information or to apply contact http://v2.hscrecruit.com/.
A recruitment day will take place on Friday 2nd October in Seagoe Parish Centre, Portadown where interviews will take place, offers made and pre-employment checks will be completed.
To see what it’s like to be a Southern Trust nurse click #MyNursingMoment
Picture: Launching #MyNursingMoment in the Southern Trust with Francis Rice, Executive Director of Nursing and Lynn Fee, Assistant Director of Nursing: Workforce Development & Training are Valerie Webb, Sister, Gynaecology, Sally Cunningham, Clinical Sister Cardiology and Nichola McClenaghan, Ward Sister, Elective Admissions Ward.
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