Recruitment events

Come along to our recruitment open days to find out about the wide variety of careers available at your local hospitals.

You can:

  • learn more about the hospital
  • take a tour and meet the team
  • hear about our fantastic benefits.

You could leave with a job offer – as at some of our events we take applications and interview on the day.

Further dates

If you would like to register your interest to attend a future event and to receive further information please email the Recruitment Team.

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Our jobs

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Trust Temps

We have a wide range of flexible, temporary and part-time opportunities.

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