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Queen’s Hospital to host nursing recruitment day this month

PUBLISHED: 12:30 16 November 2017

BHRUT chief nurse Kathryn Halford. Photo: BHRUT

BHRUT chief nurse Kathryn Halford. Photo: BHRUT

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The trust which runs Queen’s Hospital is on the lookout for new nurses and midwives – and those attending its recruitment open day this month could bag a job on the spot.

Those looking for a nursing job in the borough can visit the open day on November 25 at Queen’s Hospital in Rom Valley Way, Romford.

The event, running from 10am to 2pm, will be a great opportunity to find out what it’s like working at Romford’s hospital.

Job interviews will take place on the day and those successful will receive a job offer there and then.

Kathryn Halford, chief nurse, said: “If you want a role where you’ll be valued, feel rewarded and be part of a supportive team, this could be the opportunity for you.”

For further information, call lead recruitment nurse Julie Wright on 01708 435 000 extension 2805. You can also view current vacancies at www.bhrhospitals.nhs.uk/work-for-us.

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