Recruitment drive for healthcare support workers tomorrow (May 19) in Bristol: Check if you are eligible – UKMALAYALEE

Recruitment drive for healthcare support workers tomorrow (May 19) in Bristol: Check if you are eligible

Wednesday 18 May 2022 7:13 AM UTC

By A Staff Reporter

BRISTOL May 18: Global job site Indeed have been partnering with the NHS on a series of in-person recruitment events across England to interview for Healthcare Support Worker (HCSW) roles in the health service.

The last of their successful series of recruitment drive will be held at Gloucestershire County Cricket Club tomorrow (Thursday May 19) and jobseekers can receive on-the-day job offers.

“Indeed is working with the NHS to help them to find more healthcare support workers. These vital roles support patients on their journey back to health. And you don’t need any healthcare experience – the NHS will train you from Day One”, says Indeed on their website.

To register their interest, Indeed will check people’s suitability for the role before inviting them to book their own interview slots. CLICK TO FIND OUT MORE

Find out more about which organisation you could join and sign up below. Register to attend this in-person event on Thursday, 19 May 2022. Click Below To View Each Employer

North Bristol NHS Trust

Sirona Care & Health

University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust

Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust

Candidates can then simply turn up at Gloucestershire County Cricket Club where they will be interviewed and possibly receive on-the-day job offers, subject to post-interview checks. The events combine the latest hiring technology from Indeed, to reduce the time it takes to get people to the interview stage, with the human element of in-person conversations with NHS staff.

Those who display the skills and core values essential to delivering high-quality, compassionate care could, and can, go on to become future nurses, nursing associates and midwives.

There are no set entry requirements to become a healthcare support worker, but rather success as a healthcare support worker is linked to who you are as a person, not your qualification level or experience. The NHS is encouraging candidates with qualities such as good communication and problem-solving skills, plus a passion for helping people, to apply for the roles.

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