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Kettering General Hospital recruitment ‘open day’ showcasing wide range of clinical & non-clinical roles

Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (KGH) is hosting a recruitment open day on Saturday 18th May at Kettering Conference Centre 10am - 3pm to recruit for a variety of clinical and non-clinical roles, including registered nurses, midwives, doctors and consultants, as well as administrative, managerial and clerical roles.

Kettering General Hospital is a community hospital and serves patients in a large part of Northamptonshire, with outpatient clinics in Corby, Wellingborough and Rushden, as well as at Kettering General Hospital. The hospital employs around 4,000 staff and is one of the largest employers in Northampton. 

The recruitment event is an opportunity for doctors, nurses and healthcare professionals to find out what it is like to work/volunteer at KGH, to learn more about different departments and talk to the staff about the career opportunities available.

KGH is recruiting Band 5 registered nurses to work in Accident and Emergency, Paediatrics and Ophthalmology, as well as general nurses, a clinical nurse manager and bank nurses. There are also opportunities for international nurses who want to return to practice and internationally educated nurses who want to become registered nurses in the UK.

There is a vacancy for a specialist Doctor in Haematology and the hospital is looking for a Consultant Haematologist, Radiologists and a Consultant Anaesthetist.

Additionally, there are health professional vacancies for a physiotherapist, occupational therapist, radiographer, assistant practitioner and healthcare assistant.

Rebecca Bell, HR Manager, Workforce Planning at Kettering General Hospital says,

“We are a small hospital with an amazing community spirit. We are looking for people to join us in a wide range of career opportunities. We have clinical and non-clinical roles across the hospital that are suitable for newly qualified people, those returning to work after a career break or those that simply want a fresh challenge.

“One of the benefits of working here is the friendly environment and working as part of a close knit team. We also offer good training opportunities and many routes career development, plus leadership training for both clinical and management pathways. We encourage healthcare professionals looking for a career move to come and along to the open day to find out about the many exciting opportunities on offer.”

Whilst there is no need to register for the recruitment event, the Trust is encouraging those interested in attending to apply online. Interview days will then be held at the Main Hospital site in May and June. For more information on the current vacancies visit: http://bestofbothworlds.uk.net/kettering-general-hospital/

Kettering Hospital is one of the key partners in the ‘Best of Both Worlds’ recruitment campaign, launched last year by Altadicta, which its kind to bring together several NHS providers to address the national shortage of doctors and nurses by highlighting the many benefits of relocating to Northamptonshire, including the varied career opportunities and better quality of life.

To find out more visit http://bestofbothworlds.uk.net/


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