Health jobs in the
Jobs in the health field have actually risen 2% in the last
year, a signal of greater needs in health care. More locum
jobs have been posted, those temporary jobs where nurses and
medical technical personnel are hired to fill vacancies in
remote or less desirable locations, live and work there for a
specified period, usually six months, and then on to another
location. These are excellent positions, for both the worker
and the hospital, as the worker is able to travel and
experience different communities, and the hospital workers
exposed to these well-experienced nurses and technicians
benefit from the experience and new ideas they bring.
•For example, Eden Brown has listed a Locum Consultant
Radiologist job for Plymouth and Devon. It is a full time,
Director/Consultant level position with a salary of £70-80,000
per year. This position will begin as temporary (until the end
of 2009) and possibly continue beyond. Applicant will need to
have a special interest in Muscular Skeletal Imaging, and have
already worked in the UK. S/he must posses a Level 2
Certificate of Proof of Child Protection Training and a valid
NMC Pin number. You can get more information about this job,
and apply for it online, at http://www.staffnurse.com/nursing-job-vacancies/locum-consultant-radiologist-55319.html.
Working for the NHS might be the health jobs opportunity you
are looking for, as there are 8886 new National Health Service
employment vacancies across England and Wales. For example, a
Health Care Assistant job was just posted for a hospital in
Oxford. This is a permanent job paying up to £16,333 per
annum, for 30 hours per week. The successful candidate will
join a team which provides high quality nursing care to
musculoskeletal postoperative patients. S/he will need to be
flexible and enthusiastic, with a positive outlook,
initiative, and good communication skills. Additional
administrative duties require basic skills with computers.
To apply for this job and others, go to http://www.jobs.nhs.uk/
and search for the words Health Care Assistant. Many such
positions exist, and the search will reveal hundreds of
similar jobs. For an overview of the picture of NHS careers,
go to http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/.
For a quick overview of health jobs that are currently
available, you might check out www.healthjobsuk.com which has
a simple and easy-to-personalise built-in search engine. You
can design your perfect job and envision your future health
career very easily with the help of this site.
To search for jobs in all parts of the public sector, you
should definitely search on http://www.publicjobsdirect.com.
This sight has a singular depth of information on every
sector, not only Health Care, but Arts, Government, Housing &
Regeneration, Environmental, Streets and Transport, and
Charities & Not for Profit organisations, to name a few. You
will surely find a path to the career you want through
studying the information available on this site.