As a Tier 1 supplier of flexible nursing staff for a large number of NHS Foundation Trusts in the North West, the Southport based recruitment agency is supporting nurses, care workers and healthcare assistants in securing local work.
Head of Operations Ryan Armitage said: “Here at 247 Professional Health, our fantastic team of recruitment resourcers are busy sourcing the best in healthcare talent from across the country. We want to make it easy for healthcare graduates and students to bridge the gap between their studies and employment opportunities.
“There are a number of notable benefits of joining the team at 247 Professional Health, for example, flexible working hours and free mandatory training so it’s a great chance for students and graduates alike to get their foot in the door of the healthcare career field. Potential candidates can get in touch with us through an online application, by contacting their local 247 Professional Health offices or by attending one of our regular interview days, which take place every week.”
247 Professional Health specialises in the recruitment of all types of nursing staff, support workers and healthcare assistants. The agency also supplies many private care homes, nursing homes, learning disability services and private mental health hospitals and services.
Ryan added: “For those who are still undertaking their studies and have not yet graduated, our fully flexible approach to working means that shifts can be tailored around each individuals availability – it’s a great chance to get some hands on experience in the field while still at college or university.”
Upcoming interview days across the North West are to be held at Wigan Oak Hotel (July 19, August 3), Bolton Job Centre (July 20, July 27), Victoria House, Southport (July 20), Williamson Square Job Centre, Liverpool (July 21, July 28), Preston Job Centre (July 27) and Everton Job Centre (August 4).
For more information about 247 Professional Health visit www.247professionalhealth.com
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