Staff from NHS and care organisations across Lincolnshire will be on hand once again at a showcase event promoting the range of healthcare careers available to all.
The third, now annual, Lincolnshire Health and Care Careers Event takes place on Tuesday 26 November at the University of Lincoln’s Engine Shed and will feature the biggest gathering of NHS employers and other public and private sector organisations across the county.
Hosted by the NHS Lincolnshire Talent Academy, the free event is open to everyone, not just university or school students.
As in previous years, there will be a wide range of careers represented, with over 50 clinical and non-clinical stands, offering a great opportunity for anyone considering a career in health and care to come along and find out more.
Claire Flavell, Strategic Lead for the Lincolnshire Talent Academy said: “This year’s event is bigger and better than ever before, with over 600 pupils and students already booked in to come along.
“It’s a tremendous opportunity for everyone to learn more about the various careers in health and care, with talks from representatives from a wide range of roles, both clinical and non-clinical.
“We are also looking forward to seeing members of the public as well as students from schools, colleges, and universities at the event, so please feel free to pop along.”
There will be a host of interactive activities going on throughout the day, with staff available to offer guidance and advice for prospective candidates, in addition to details of current and upcoming vacancies along with information on the various pathways for people to start or progress their careers.
For more information, follow the Talent Academy on social media @LincsTALAC or visit their website for more information.
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