A North East NHS Trust is hosting a huge recruitment day in Morpeth
One of the country’s largest providers of mental health and learning disability services is holding a recruitment day.
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Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust (CNTW) is hosting the event on May 12 in Morpeth for people to find out about job and training opportunities in North Tyneside and Northumberland.
The Trust offers a range of mental health and learning disability services, including autism services, psychiatric intensive care and recovery support for people with head injuries.
The event is taking place between 2pm and 7pm at Kiff Kaff, St George’s Park Hospital.
Anyone wishing to attend can register their interest by clicking here or you caan drop in on the day without registering.
There will be the chance to speak to staff about the variety of vacancies within the Trust, including Allied Health Professionals, nursing and support roles.
In Northumberland, the Trust is particularly keen to recruit new employees for their domestic, catering and estates teams.
Kirsty Charlton, an associate director at CNTW, says: “We’re really looking forward to hosting this recruitment event at St George’s Park.
“The event is a brilliant opportunity to find out what it’s like to work at our Trust and pick up some tips on how to apply, whether you have a specific role in mind or you’re just curious about the career opportunities we can offer.
“It’s a great time to join the Trust. We know that our staff are our most valuable asset so we invest in training and development opportunities and offer a great range of staff benefits and rewards.”
CNTW’s recruitment and training teams will also be on hand to offer advice on and answer questions about the application process.
The Trust can offer staff flexible working, free parking on Trust sites, free use of onsite gyms, and access to lease car and cycle to work schemes.
Employees also have access to the rust’s dedicated Employee Health and Wellbeing Service, which includes counselling and critical incident support, physiotherapy, a dedicated menopause support group and fast-track support for stress and musculoskeletal disorders.
Anyone wanting to attend the event is advised to be aware that the access road to St George’s Park Hospital is currently closed and will need to follow the signs for the diverted route.
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