Assessment Centres have been used for some time in graduate recruitment. It makes sense: candidates are invited to take part in group exercises and discussions that are relevant for the job, and recruiters look out for the skills on their wish list by observing the candidates in action.
In the last few years, Assessment Centres have transcended the areas of business, finance, etc and started to be more common in recruitment for health-related professions. Continue Reading
Health Education England is inviting visitors to explore the new Health Careers website which brings together the very best content from the NHS Careers, Medical Careers and PHORCaST (public health careers) websites. Continue Reading
You have probably heard a million times about the importance of professionalism in the workplace. But it’s crucial that you start showing it at the job searching stage!
The general election is upon us. This time more than ever, the election comes at a critical time for the NHS and healthcare in general. What the main parties have pledged in regards to NHS is for many a decisive factor. If you are a School of Health Sciences student, chances are this your case.
Who will you give your vote to? Continue Reading
Attention Health Sciences students!
A new version of the NHS Jobs website www.jobs.nhs.uk launches tomorrow (4th March 2014). You will find a number of new features and a new design including: Continue Reading