United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) is holding a recruitment open day on Saturday 16 April at Lincoln County Hospital, to give people the chance to find out about working at the hospital and at the Trusts other sites in Louth, Grantham and Boston.
Registered nurses, allied health professionals, support workers and people looking to return to nursing or adapt qualifications gained abroad are invited to come along to find out more about working for the Trust.
There will be a chance to tour the wards and departments at Lincoln hospital, meet staff and find out why ULHT is a great place to work.
Pauleen Pratt, Assistant Director of Nursing said: “We are keen to meet health professionals from the local area and those who are considering a move to Lincolnshire. They are welcome to come and find out more about what we do. This is an exciting time to join the Trust as we are making massive improvements in the quality of our services and how we work as a clinical team. We are looking to recruit more clinical staff to help us build on the improvements in care delivery we have already made.
“As well as full time staff, we are also hoping to attract those whose children that have recently started school and are now thinking about going back to work, or who have recently retired but are looking to return part time or who want flexible work on our staff bank.
“We also want people who have qualified abroad and want to adapt their qualifications to UK standards. Come and meet some of the ward and department teams and talk to us about what you have to offer and we can share what we can do to support and develop you.”
If you are interested in clinical roles at the Trust but are unable to attend the open day, please contact the communications team on 01522 573986 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The open day takes place as follows:
Where: Trust Boardroom (near main reception)
Lincoln County Hospital
When: Saturday 16 April, 10am to 2pm.
Refreshments will be available.
Allied health professionals (AHPs) include everything from occupational therapists, podiatrist, dietitian, and music therapist, to physiotherapist, diagnostic radiographer, therapeutic radiographer, and speech and language therapist.