Your next ‘co-created’ role could be with Oxford Health
If you have been thinking about a career in mental health care there’s an opportunity to find out more, and maybe find your dream job, at Oxford Health’s upcoming virtual job fairs.
Oxford Health is offering two days of virtual recruitment fairs where you can meet the experts and find out about our current and potential roles across Oxfordshire, Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire Mental Health services and how to apply for any roles that you are interested in.
The fairs will also provide more information on ‘co-creating’ jobs.
Co-creation allows candidates to have some flexibility with the roles they are applying for based on their experience and the hours they are available to work. Discussions about this will be on an individual basis.
When are the fairs?
The virtual recruitment fairs are on Wednesday 9 June, 12pm-1.30pm and Saturday 12 June, 10.30am-12pm which will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams.
To register for these free events please click here, complete the registration form and you will be sent the relevant links to join us on the day you have selected.
You can also visit this page where you will see links to lots of information highlighting the fantastic work that some of our colleagues do from day to day and why they really believe you should consider a role with Oxford Health.
Rob Bale, clinical director and consultant said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your career in Oxford Health. Whatever your experience whether it be as an administrator, a qualified nurse or if you are considering a career change we hope that these recruitment fairs will be an opportunity for you to ask questions, find out more and hopefully join the Oxford Health family.”
If you are interested to apply for any of our current opportunities or would like to find out more, please visit: https://careers.oxfordhealth.nhs.uk/vacancies or email: email@example.com
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Published: 20 May 2021