Fancy a career in the NHS? Come along to our open evening

Friday, 7 July 2017

Whether you are looking to become a nurse or doctor, a biomedical scientist or are interested in business administration, there is the opportunity to learn about careers in the NHS at an open evening at Southmead Hospital.

There are more than 250 different jobs available within the NHS ranging from housekeepers to healthcare support workers and plumbers to surgeons.

The event on Tuesday, July 18 is an opportunity to find out about the many different roles we have available here at North Bristol NHS Trust and how you might be able to get on the path to your dream job.

A range of experts will be on hand to talk about the different careers available in the NHS and explain what training you might need. There will also be the chance to try out your hand at being a clinician with some of the training activities.

The evening is open to everyone, whether you are leaving school or college, or are considering a change of career.

There will be a range of stalls set out with information about the different roles in the NHS and details of the skills or qualifications that might be needed to apply for them.

James Orpin, from North Bristol NHS Trust, said: “As one of the biggest employers in the area, North Bristol NHS Trust has a variety of opportunities available to people with a diverse range of skills and experience.

“This is the opportunity for you to come along and speak to people about the potential roles available to you, to potentially apply for a new job, or to find out how you might be able to make the step you need on the career ladder.

“We will also have representatives from our education team able to talk about apprenticeships and work experience, so no matter what stage you are at in life there should be information that suits you if you are thinking of working for the NHS.”

The event will run from 5.30 - 8pm in the Learning and Research Centre at Southmead Hospital.
For more information click here contact James.Orpin@nbt.nhs.uk or call 0117 4149273.