Newham University Hospital is inviting registered nurses and midwives interested in working at the hospital to take a tour and meet current staff.
Those attending a ‘one stop’ day on 21 October will be assessed, interviewed and hired on the day, speeding up the recruitment process meaning they can start work sooner.
Prospective staff - including those who are newly qualified or about to qualify - will be able to tour the hospital’s facilities and learn about how they can develop their careers. They will also have the opportunity to meet with senior leaders and talk to nursing staff to find out what it's really like to work at the hospital.
This will be taking place on Saturday 21 October from 10am until 4pm in Newham Hospital’s education centre, on the ground floor in zone 2.
Heidi Peakman, Director of Nursing and Governance, said: “During the day, we will be showcasing why Newham Hospital is a fantastic place to work. I encourage nurses and midwives interested in working at Newham Hospital to come along to find out more."
In an annual survey of NHS workers, Newham staff reported good communication between themselves and senior management saying that they feel valued. Results also showed that more staff at Newham Hospital would recommend it as a place to work or receive treatment compared to the national average.