We are going to Botswana! – In person interviews
WE ARE COMING TO BOTSWANA
DID YOU NOTICE? WE ADDED MORE DAYS!!
We’ve had such an outstanding response that we’ve added more days. More days means more interviews! Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) has agreed to join us in Botswana to recruit registered nurses. There is still time to submit your CV and get shortlisted.
Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity for in-person interviews. REGISTER TODAY!
HELPFUL AND FRIENDLY
MEET THE TEAM
Kerry Wykes (NEU Director and registered NHS nurse), Catherine J. Morrison (NEU Project Manager) and Mel Lenon (Practice Facilitator for International Nurses at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust) will be in Botswana for a few days offering interviews for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) and Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) for registered nurses of the following specialities:
- Mental Health
- Paediatric Mental Health
- Learning Disability
- Adult General
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. English language training is available for all Mental Health nurses willing to join the Trust.
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. English language training is available for all Learning Disability nurses willing to join the Trust.
Adult General Nurses
Registered nurses with 3 years + experience in adult medical wards or adult home care for hospitals or community nursing roles.
Please be aware that an IELTS/OET certificate at the level required by the NMC is essential to apply for our Adult General nursing positions.
Sponsored English Language Training
For Mental Health, PAEDIATRIC MENTAL HEALTH and Learning Disability Nurses
COACHING AND SUPPORT WEBINARS
WE WANT YOU TO SUCCEED
Our series of webinars offer you the opportunity to engage with our recruitment consultants. Learn about all the benefits of working for the NHS, living in the UK, and how to register with the NMC, including English language requirements. 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
COACHING AND SUPPORT PROGRAMME SCHEDULE
ALL TIMES ARE IN BOTSWANA TIME (GMT+2) AND WILL BE HELD VIA MICROSOFT TEAMS
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 for your interest in this event. If you would like to learn more about our recruitment services for registered nurses and registered midwives, please forward your CV, passport and IELTS/OET certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NHS TRUSTS
About Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT), one of our fantastic clients in the East of England region, is dedicated to providing high quality care with compassion. They deliver many of the NHS services that are provided outside of hospital and in the community, such as physical and mental health, and specialist services. Together with global, national and local partners, they conduct high-quality and ground-breaking research into mental and physical health and support innovation to improve patient care.
CPFT support a population of just under a million people and employ nearly 4,000 staff. Their biggest bases are at the Cavell Centre, Peterborough, and Fulbourn Hospital, Cambridge, but their staff are based in more than 50 locations.
This NHS Trust serves the community mainly around the areas of Peterborough and Cambridge, both located in the county of Cambridgeshire.
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About Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) provides community health, mental health and learning disability services to support more 3.2 million people living across Bedfordshire, Essex and Suffolk. They are large employer in the East of England with more than 5,400 staff working across more than 200 sites. They also provide services in people’s home and community settings.
EPUT are pleased to have in place dedicated employee experience and workforce, training and development teams who offer support and advice, and signpost colleagues to beneficial services available internally and externally to support their professional development and wellbeing at work.
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