IN-PERSON INTERVIEWS

WE ARE COMING TO THE CARIBBEAN

KINGSTON
1-3 OCTOBER 2022
JAMAICA VENUE TBA

PORT OF SPAIN
5-6 OCTOBER 2022
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO VENUE TBA

HELPFUL AND FRIENDLY

MEET THE TEAM

Craig Bowles (NEU Professionals Project Manager), Courage Young (NEU Recruitment Consultant), Julie Mitchell (Project Lead at CIRC International Recruitment) and other members of the CIRC team will be in the Caribbean for a few days offering in-person interviews for CIRC Collaborative Trusts in Cheshire for registered nurses of the following specialities:

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Craig Bowles

NEU Professionals Project Manager

Courage Young

NEU Professionals Recruitment Consultant

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Julie Mitchell

CIRC International Recruitment Project Lead

Medical / Surgical Nurses

Registered nurses with a minimum of 6 months to 12 months experience (depending on the Trust) in an acute hospital setting

Mental Health and Paediatric Mental Health Nurses

Your role is to promote and support a person’s recovery, helping them live independent and fulfilling lives.

Registered nurses with 12 months + recent Mental Health experience, for adult and community (home care) roles, this could include any experience in caring for older adults with mental health conditions (e.g., Dementia, Alzheimers), caring for patients with substance abuse problems, working with patients with other mental health conditions (e.g. eating disorders, post-natal depression), or caring for children with mental health conditions.

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Learning Disability Nurses

Learning disability nurses work to provide specialist healthcare and support to people with a learning disability, as well as their families and staff teams, to help them live a fulfilling life.

Registered nurses with 12 months + experience working with adults or children with learning disabilities e.g. autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit, hyperactivity disorder, developmental disorder.

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Sponsored English Language Training

For Mental Health, PAEDIATRIC MENTAL HEALTH and Learning Disability Nurses

We are currently accepting applications from overseas Registered Nurses with experience in Mental Health and Learning Disability who are yet to pass their English Language exam! Our partner English language school Specialist Language Courses (SLC) will ascertain your current level of English according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). A minimum score of C1 in writing is required in a needs analysis form to be considered for the courses. For more information about SLC you may visit the this link.

UPCOMING COACHING & SUPPORT WEBINARS

LEARN MORE

WE WANT YOU TO SUCCEED

Our series of webinars offer you the opportunity to engage with our recruitment consultants and NHS Trusts. Learn about all the benefits of working for the NHS, living in the UK, and how to register with the NMC. We’ll also help you with interview preparation. Please attend as many of these coaching and support webinars as you can to answer your questions and make your in-person interview a success!

COACHING AND SUPPORT PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

ALL TIMES ARE IN KINGSTON TIME (EST) AND WILL BE HELD VIA MICROSOFT TEAMS (Dates subject to change)

KINGSTON
1-3 OCTOBER 2022

Jamaica Venue TBA

PORT OF SPAIN
5-6 OCTOBER 2022

Trinidad and Tobago Venue TBA

Don’t delay and register today!

Please fill in the form below to confirm your attendance. Once submitted, you will automatically receive an email with the link to join the Webinars. 

CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER FOR UPDATES AND CONFIRMATIONS. 

Thank you!

Caribbean In-Person Interviews Registration Form 2022
Please select the country where you are currently practising as a Registered Nurse
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
Please provide a short (max 200 word) summary of your career to-date (post nursing registration) including wards/ departments you have worked on and which patient conditions you have caring experience.

WORKING AT THE NHS IN CHESHIRE

Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (MCHFT) provides good quality, safe and effective healthcare to people living in and around Cheshire, a county in northwest England, and manages a total of three sites in the area: Leighton Hospital in Crewe, Victoria Infirmary in Northwich, and Elmhurst Intermediate Care Centre in Winsford.

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (CoCH) employs almost 4,000 staff and provides a range of medical services across Western Cheshire, Ellesmere Port, Neston and North Wales. The Trust consists of a large district General Hospital with 600 beds, and an Intermediate Care Service with 64 beds at Ellesmere Port Hospital.

East Cheshire NHS Trust (ECH) provides a range of hospital and community-based services and aims to ensure that patients receive the best care in the right place. The Trust employs approximately 2500 staff across and its three hospital sites: Macclesfield District General Hospital, Congleton War Memorial Hospital and Knutsford and District Community Hospital.

Warrington and Halton Hospitals (WHH) provides first class services in three locations across the northwest of England: Warrington Hospital; The Nightingale Building; and The Captain Sir Tom Moore Building. The Trust was named as one of the 100 Best Places to Work in the NHS by the Health Service Journal in 2014.

SUPPORT AT EVERY STEP

NEU Professionals is known for our award-winning recruitment services in the medical and healthcare communities around the world. But we know that we cannot do it alone without the support of our partners here in the UK and abroad. This support helps give us credibility and connections among local communities and stakeholders, as well as lasting support for our candidates both before and after they arrive in the UK.

Caribbean Nurses & Midwives Association (CNMA-UK)

To be the Voice of Caribbean Nurses and Midwives in driving change towards the improvement of health & social care, education, workforce and policy development.

We are pleased to be supported by and partner with the Caribbean Nurses and Midwives Association (CNMA-UK) for our in-person interviews in the Caribbean this October. CNMA comprises of a range of nurses from different specialities such as students to newly qualified midwifes, paediatricians and Directors of Nursing.

The CNMA Management Team are still in their profession and continue to make a difference in Health and Social care. The wide range of experience helps to influence the improvement of inequality of individuals in the ethnic minority Nursing workforce.

Providing Strategic Leadership by supporting the advancement of the Nursing and Midwives profession and career opportunities.

Supporting the Younger Generation to increase the voice and development of the younger generation to be future leaders.

CNMA (UK) comprises of a group of people who come together around a common cause or purpose to solicit potential interest from their professional network and contacts.