Giving Careers a Healthy Boost; ADVERTISING FEATURE 3000 Nursing and Midwifery Posts Up for Grabs at Jobs Fair

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Giving Careers a Healthy Boost; ADVERTISING FEATURE 3000 Nursing and Midwifery Posts Up for Grabs at Jobs Fair


IF you're nursing an ambition for a move in your healthcare career there's a chance to meet scores of potential employers at a major Scottish jobs fair.

More than 3000 jobs will be up for grabs, with 35 employers from the UK and abroad looking to recruit staff.

The annual Skills4Nurses Jobs Fair is probably the largest event of its kind in Scotland and this year's event is bigger than ever.

It's taking place at Glasgow's Grand Central Station Hotel on Thursday, October 17, from 9.30am to 5pm.

All grades of nursing and midwifery staff are needed, including band 5 staff nurses, band 6, 7 and 8 paediatrics specialists, theatre nurses, scrub nurses, midwives, mental health nurses (all grades) and many more.

Recruiters from all over the UK will include many NHS trusts and private medical companies.

The Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force are sending their medical recruitment personnel and there will also be employers with jobs to fill in the Middle East, Canada and Australia.

Jim Brown, from show organisers Skills4Nurses, said: "There are so few jobs in nursing and midwifery in Scotland at the moment.

"But there are some fantastic opportunities available down south and in different countries abroad.

"We've brought together a whole host of nursing and midwifery employers from across the globe who are looking to fill thousands of vacancies. …

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