Brighton Works Week 2021: Work opportunities with the NHS
Brighton Works Week is your chance to meet employers, make connections, and learn how to stand out from the crowd.
You can pick the sessions that interest you from our themed days: Business and Banking, Public Sector, Engineering and Tech, Arts and Creative, and NHS.
Friday 29 October: NHS
Do you know what to say to employers? Either face to face or by email, it’s good to be professional when you make your first impression. Find out the best way to approach employers from our Careers and Employability team.
Julia Blaber from the Trust’s Learning and Development team will bring colleagues from a range of departments along to explain the roles in their seven hospitals and how to apply to their placements and graduate jobs.
This is relevant to Scientists and Allied Health Professions, especially Biomedical Science, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy.
Come to hear from the nursing recruiters at our seven local hospitals. Find out what is available and how to apply.
This talk is about the Healthcare Scientist role – What a Healthcare Scientist is and what they do, how they are involved in 80% of all patient diagnoses and how they are instrumental in changing the delivery of Healthcare. It will concentrate on the opportunities available to work in a wide range of specialities within Healthcare, and the career and training pathways that the School offers.
The NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme introduces you to health service management, provides support to develop your knowledge and skills and gives you hands-on experience.