Nurse recruitment event for Southport and Ormskirk hospitals

11:31 am  //  2nd May 2019

On Saturday 11th May, Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust will be hosting another nursing recruitment event from 11am-3pm. This will be at Southport hospital in the Clinical Education Centre.

Roles are available for band five registered nurses, or student nurses soon to qualify.

Teams will be on hand to answer questions about different departments and what it is like to work here.  Advice will be available about career development and training.  NHS Professionals will also be on hand for anyone looking for temporary roles with the nursing bank.

Interviews and advice will be available between 11-3pm on a drop-in basis.  Or you can apply online beforehand via NHSjobs, and booked appointments will be confirmed.

Fiona Barnes, Deputy Director of Nursing explains: “We are continually investing in new staff, with special focus on nurses – who play such a fundamental role in proving care to our patients. We find recruitment events this like make the job application process easier for busy nurses or students.  Just pop along for an hour or so, and potentially go home with a job offer.

“We are in a much stronger position now than in recent years, with increased investment in staffing, facilities and our buildings to help us to improve our service to match increasing demands.  We are keen to talk to nurses in the area about the opportunities ahead for our Trust and staff.”

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