A chance to find out about working within the NHS

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work in the NHS or are you interested in returning to work within the NHS?

Then come along to our Recruitment Career Event in the East Atrium at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital on Friday 11th June between 10.00 and 19:00.

Whether you are a student looking for summer work, retired and interested in volunteering for a few hours a week at the hospital or interested in a career in healthcare then come and talk to staff first hand about the opportunities available to you and what it is like to work in the NHS.

Or maybe you are considering returning back to nursing but not sure where to start then this is the event where your questions can be answered.

Also on hand will be staff from Serco to talk to those interested in domestic, portering and catering opportunities available at the Hospital.

Ross Collett, Health Care Careers Consultant for Norfolk said “This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone of any age to come and find out all about life working within the NHS.”

If you are unable to attend this event but would still like to find out more about working in the NHS then contact our Recruitment Office on 01603 287578

Media contact: Hayley Gerrard on 01603 289821.

Notes for Editors

The National Health Service (NHS) is one of the biggest employers in Europe and employs more than one million people in a surprising variety of jobs.

More than 60 different categories of professionals work at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and we employ more than 5,400 staff. Each and every member of staff plays a vital role in providing the healthcare needs of up to 750,000 people locally.

Wednesday 9th of June 2004 09:00:55 AM