Professionals invited to largest health and social care jobs fair ever held in Devon
Posted on: 11 March 2019
Health and social care professionals from around the UK have the chance to take the next step in their careers at the first Proud to Care Devon jobs fair at the Mercure Rougemont Hotel, Exeter, on Saturday 16 March.
The event is the largest of its kind ever held in Devon, and it will be the first-time health and social care professionals will have the chance to meet all of Devon’s largest health and social care providers in one place.
Professionals including nurses, allied health professionals, social workers and doctors will be able to speak to employers from more than a dozen organisations directly.
You will be able to meet representatives from Devon County Council, Devon Partnership NHS Trust, Hospiscare, Livewell Southwest, Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust and the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust.
Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust and adult social care providers will also be in attendance.
You will be able to find out which positions are available, and, in many cases, you’ll be able to apply and take an interview.
Jobs on the Proud to Care Devon website include opportunities for mental health practitioners, nurses, dieticians, radiographers, occupational therapists, consultants, psychologists, registered managers in care homes and many more.
While the day is aimed at the registered workforce, students and those interested in finding more about career paths and future opportunities are welcome.
Jennie Stephens, Chief Officer of Adult Commissioning and Health and Social Care at Devon County Council said: “Devon is a fantastic place to live and work and there are many and varied opportunities throughout the health and social care sector.
“The fair is a unique opportunity to see just what is on offer and to meet representatives of more than a dozen of the largest health and social care providers in Devon.”
Further details may be found here.Posted in: Health and Wellbeing