Recruitment and retention of the right staff is integral to the successful delivery of better health and social care. Healthier Futures, the Black Country and West Birmingham Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP), is facilitating the recruitment of over 30 healthcare roles across five partner organisations within the Black Country and West Birmingham.
Helen Hibbs, Senior Responsible Officer for Healthier Futures, said: â€œWhether youâ€™re experienced or newly qualified, there are over 30 exciting roles within the Black Country and West Birmingham area to apply for.
â€œWith opportunities ranging from occupational therapists and registered nurses, to radiographers and theatre practitioners, thereâ€™s plenty on offer. It could be the start of a new career in the NHS, and you can join us to help people in the Black Country and West Birmingham live healthier lives. Being centrally located with good transport links, the area is a great place to live, work and thrive.â€
A recruitment bus will be touring the Black Country and West Birmingham during half term week. It will be parked at the following sites between 9am and 5pm:
- Monday 17 February at New Square, Sandwell
- Tuesday 18 February at Park Street, Walsall
- Wednesday 19 February at Dudley Market Place
- Thursday 20 February at Queen Square, Wolverhampton.
There is no need to book â€“ just go along on the day and jump on board to find out more about the roles on offer. Our recruitment team will be on hand to provide further information and answer any questions you may have.
An additional event will be held on Friday 20 March at Copthorne Hotel, The Waterfront Level Street, Brierley Hill DY5 1UR. Again, you are welcome to drop-in any time between 9am and 5pm.
For more information, attend one of these recruitment events or find out more via the campaign website: https://www.walsallhealthcare.nhs.uk/newchallenge. Jobs can also be applied for via www.jobs.nhs.uk