The NHS report that there are around 350 careers in over 70 different professions that are available. Then there is the addition of non-NHS organisations who are also advertising for health-related vacancies. With so much choice, how do you find the position this is right for you?
To make your search as effective as possible, we have put together a few hints and tips.
Searching by job title
Make sure you use the full job title when searching for your new role. Just entering ‘manager’ into a search engine or job site is likely to produce lots of vacancies that would take too long to search through. Alternatively, we give our candidates the option to search by sector; including GPs, social care, hospital doctors, psychiatry, AHP/HSS, nursing, pharmacy and theatres. Want to start now? Click here.
Finding the right location
Use our ‘Locations’ search tool to refine the options from country to region to county. These options are useful if you have a preferred county, but are willing to travel further afield for the right role.
Your contract type
Use this to identify and select the best contractual arrangement for you. Whether you require temporary, permanent, full or part-time work – this function will refine your search.
Once you have refined your search, it’s time to start reviewing the results. We have standardised the look of all job roles on the website to make it easier for you to compare them. Expect to see the following:
You will also be able to learn more about the requirements on the role and start date. If you are ready to proceed, we have a few options. You can either call or email the member of our team directly, or click ‘Apply now’ to upload your CV documents and fill in the basic application online.
If you need any help or advice in finding the right job for you or applying, call us today on 01992 513777.
Thursday Nov 9, 2017