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Qualified nurse recruitment event

21 Jun 2018 16:32:43
AMM 18

Are you a qualified nurse?

We have some exciting opportunities in our Acute Medical Unit (AMU) for qualified Band 5 nurses.

We will be holding a recruitment event for these roles on Saturday 14 July, 10am-2pm in the main entrance of Rotherham Hospital. You will get the opportunity to meet with members of the team, have a look around and ask any questions you may have.

There are two rotations involving AMU:

  • Acute Medical Unit (AMU)/Frailty/Same Day Emergency Care (SDEC) rotation
  • Acute Medical Unit (AMU)/Urgent and Emergency Care Centre (UECC) rotation

Information about the role is available on NHS Jobs.

Please note: This event is for qualified nurses. However, we will be attending a recruitment event at Sheffield Hallam University on Wednesday 18 July for those who will finish their course in March 2019.



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