The event, hosted by Royal College of Nursing at NEC Birmingham on Thursday 13th March, aims to highlight immediate vacancies to newly-qualified nurses, healthcare assistants and experienced nurses.
Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust will be looking for full and part-time permanent RMN mental health nurses (Band 5 and above) who want to work in acute treatment with psychiatric physical complexities, rehabilitation and specialist services, including PICU and eating disorders.
Tara Conlan, Assistant HR Business Partner/Recruitment Lead said: “We have many exciting nursing and health professional opportunities based across the West Midlands and are looking for people who want to help make a difference to the mental health and wellbeing of our West Midlands communities as part of a patient-focused, value-based, ambitious and inclusive team.
“Also if you are student nurse, who has recently graduated and awaiting your nursing pin, we are keen to talk to you as we launch our new initiative that provides you with the opportunity to start your nursing career at the top of a Band 4 in a permanent nursing role as of 1st April 2018.”
Representatives from the Trust, including Community Nursing staff, will be attending the event to explain their offers and will have information available for interested applicants to take away with them. The team will be based at Stand 41.
Details of the roles on offer are available on the NHS Jobs website, or under the ‘Working Here’ section of this website.