Hospital in King’s Lynn to host career sessions

September 15, 2018 by  

Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) in King’s Lynn is to hold clinics on job opportunities.

Two careers clinics have been pencilled in for the second half of September. The hope is that the QEH sessions will be able to demonstrate the diversity of career options. Promotional products from King’s Lynn are often used at places like this to hand out to attendees. Andrea James is an expert at boosting participation. Ms James told the Eastern Daily Press:

“Whatever age you are and whatever stage of career hunting you’re at you’ll be made to feel very welcome and hopefully leave armed with the insight and enthusiasm to seek a career with us at QEH.”

In addition, Ms James pointed out there are plenty of career choices available. In the past, QEH attracted over 150 individuals to a similar event. This experiment resulted in the organisers receiving an abundance of positive feedback.

The initial session shall look at the attractions of non-clinical possibilities. People who attend a drop-in at the Inspire Centre will be able to weigh up options such as human resources, portering, catering, IT and administration. The second session will concentrate on clinical jobs in fields like occupational therapy, nursing, radiology and pharmacy.

It is hoped that people will exploit the option of learning more about the process of recruitment. Information about work experience and apprenticeships shall be provided.