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New Cross Hospital Nurse Recruitment Day

New Cross Hospital Nurse Recruitment Day

Date of release: Wednesday 22nd April, 2015

 A nursing recruitment day is being staged at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton this Saturday, April 25.

The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust is particularly looking to hire experienced Band 5 nurses and Band 6 midwives.

But the Trust also wants to speak to experienced nurses who want to work in general medicine, care of the elderly, trauma and orthopaedics, general surgery, threatres, cardiology as well as the Acute Surgical Unit and for the community midwifery service.

RWT has overseen a period of growth in recent times, taking over Cannock Chase Hospital and overseeing the successful transition of some services from Stafford Hospital.

In line with this expansion the Trust continues to recruit nurses, doctors and other health professionals. This Saturday’s recruitment day is a chance for local people to find out about career opportunities at their local hospital.

Angela Adimora, HR Director for RWT, said: “As part of our continuing drive to expand our services we are looking to recruit across a range of nursing disciplines. Wolverhampton is a growing Trust and a very exciting place to work, so we are keen to attract as many candidates as possible from the local community and surrounding areas.

“This is an ideal opportunity for an established professional or those starting out in their career to join an organisation that puts patient safety and quality of care at the centre of all we do.

Potential applicants who come along will be given the opportunity to complete a short drug calculation test as part of the interview process.

The open day takes place between 10am and 3pm in the Wolverhampton Medical Institute, Building 11, New Cross Hospital.

For more information visit NHS.jobs – reference number: 225-B5APR2015 or contact Nurse Recruitment at rwh-tr.NurseRecruitmentBureau@nhs.net

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