A recruitment drive to increase the number of band five nurses working in Rotherham is being held at Rotherham Hospital next month to showcase why The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust (TRFT) is a great place to work.
Taking place on Saturday 13 August between 10am and 3pm, the one-stop-shop will give prospective TRFT nurses an insight into what it is like to work for the Trust, what positions are available as well as a the chance to speak to a range of existing staff members.
Candidates will also have the opportunity to have an interview on the day, which will significantly reduce the duration of the recruitment process.
Ellie Monkhouse, Deputy Chief Nurse at The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust said: “This event will be a great way for people to come and find out what type of organisation we are and what we have to offer. We’ve got some significant developments on the horizon including the opening of the new Urgent and Emergency Care Centre next year – so it’s an exciting time to join us.
“We have a fantastic workforce at the Trust who are dedicated to providing the highest levels of quality, safe care to our patients. I would encourage nurses of all levels to come along to see what opportunities we have.”
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust delivers both acute care services at Rotherham Hospital as well as a range of community care services across the borough. With opportunities for nurses based at the hospital and in the community, it is hoped the event will attract a wide range of nurses from newly qualified to those returning to practice.
For further information about the open day keep an eye out on The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust’s Facebook and Twitter profiles or visit the website at www.therotherhamft.nhs.uk