Hospital careers fair offers hundreds of professions
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is holding a careers fair as part of its Open Day and Fete from 11am to 4pm on Saturday 18th June. Entry to the event and car parking are free.
The careers fair will showcase the hundreds of occupations available in healthcare, enabling visitors to talk to health professionals and find out more about the options which suit them.
NNUH Recruitment Officer Jilly Jamieson said: There are so many career options in the NHS that there is something for everyone. As the careers fair is part of the open day, visitors can also see many of our departments, speak to staff and see behind the scenes at the hospital.
Experienced workers can also find out more about temporary placements from the hospitals Staff Bank which can lead to longer term career opportunities.
There will be information about the different volunteering roles at NNUH and Project Search will be showing how people with learning difficulties can gain employment.
Education and training opportunities will be highlighted by Norwich City College, the University of East Anglia, University College Suffolk.
NNUHs service provider Serco will be demonstrating the job roles available in the hospital, such as catering, cleaning, maintenance and engineering.
The careers being promoted at the event include nursing, paediatric nursing, midwifery, therapy, diagnostic radiography and radiotherapy, pharmacy, orthoptics, hospital theatre roles, plus administrative and support services.