13 June
Double Tree by Hilton Glasgow Central
,
Glasgow
This event has now taken place
Opening times 09.3016.00

About the Event

Nursing Careers and Jobs Fair Glasgow took place 13 June 2018 at Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow Central

 

take a look at what happened at the event!

 

"We're back in 2018 with a new name! We’re excited to announce that from 2018 RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair will be known as Nursing Careers and Jobs Fair. The event is set to be bigger and better than ever.

 

Attend to meet leading employers and agencies with immediate vacancies and get advice on finding a new job, revalidation, developing your career and climbing the career ladder.

 

If you're a student nurse or newly-qualified nurse, get great advice at our free preceptorship talks.

 

Learn how to write the perfect CV and shine at job interviews at our FREE seminars which count towards your CPD requirements. 

 

Friends, family, partners, children and co-workers are all welcome so bring them along!

 

Here is what you can look forward to at Nursing Careers and Jobs Fair Glasgow

 

> Complete CPD hours at our learning zones

> CPD-accredited seminars and workshops

> Panel talk

> Employers looking to fill immediate vacancies

> Along with much more!"

 

KEY REASONS TO ATTEND A NURSING CAREERS AND JOBS FAIR IN 2018:
 
Meet employers face to face
Meet dozens of employers with immediate vacancies available - all under one roof. Recruiting companies will include: NHS trusts, hospitals, private healthcare organisations, care homes, armed forces and many more. The latest exhibitor list will be released shortly.
 
Attend interviews and receive job offers on the day
Visitors from our past events have been interviewed on the day and walked away with new job offers! Nursing Careers and Jobs Fair Glasgow will be no different with employers lined up to find candidates just like you!
 
CPD requirements and revalidation
Attend free seminars where industry experts will be on hand to discuss everything from revalidation, improving your CV and succeeding at interviews. All seminars you attend will count towards your CPD requirements and attendees will be given an official certificate. 
 
Plan your next career move
Industry experts and experienced nursing role models will be on hand to offer advice about your career path, discuss current job opportunities and will inspire and motivate you to evaluate your skills and develop your career
 
Join hundreds of nurses
Be part of a room full of hundreds of like-minded nurses under one roof - all looking for a job, career advice or new challenge!
 
Win a weekend away
All you need to do is register for free and attend the event! Visitors will be entered into a prize draw
 
We hope you will join us at what promises to be a great event!

UPCOMING DATES FOR 2018:

LONDON - 18-19 SEPTEMBER
LEICESTER - 6 NOVEMBER
BRISTOL - DECEMBER - DATE TBC
 

Take a look at the seminar and workshop programme that took place in Glasgow this year.

Wednesday 13 June
Seminar
10:00

CVs - your own personal marketing tool

11:00

Safe Staffing

12:00

Panel Discussion

13:00

Interviews - Prepare & Suceed

14:00

Revalidation

15:00

Nursing opportunities in care homes

Workshop 1
10:00

Preceptorship

11:00

Mental Health Nursing in a secure setting

12:00

Emotional Resilience

13:00

Working in Australia

14:00

Pain Management

Workshop 2
11:00

Why so many Nurses are being over-charged tax and how to prevent it happening to you

12:00

Why so many Nurses are being over-charged tax and how to prevent it happening to you

13:00

Why so many Nurses are being over-charged tax and how to prevent it happening to you

14:00

Why so many Nurses are being over-charged tax and how to prevent it happening to you

Take a look at the 2018 exhibitor list
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Erskine
Erskine has been caring for veterans since 1916. Within our four care homes across Scotland we work 24/7, 365 days a year to ensure we achieve our Mission: to enable members of the ex-Service community to get the best care and support to achieve maximum quality of life.
Guernsey Health and Social Care
Guernsey is a beautiful Island in the English Channel. There are regular flights from most UK airports, so getting to and from the Island is easy. Our hospital is modern and well equipped and we offer great career and development opportunities. Living and working in Guernsey means that you have a good work life balance.
Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
King’s College NHSFT puts patients first. It is one of the largest teaching hospitals in the country, also a world-class centre of specialist clinical and research excellence recognised internationally for our work. The Trust provides a range of hospital services across King’s College Hospital in Camberwell and Princess Royal University Hospital in Bromley.
Mariposa Care
Mariposa Care is a collective group of 13 elderly care homes providing a range of residential, nursing and respite care.
NHS Grampian
NHS Grampian provides services for a population of half-million people and employs over 17,000 staff. We are a major teaching organisation and our primary location in Aberdeen, with a buoyant economy, is regularly voted the best place to live in Scotland. We are committed to improve health and reduce inequalities and deliver high quality care, involving our patients, public, staff and partners.
NHS Tayside
NHS Tayside provides primary, community secondary and specialist care in hospital and at home with career opportunities in community and teaching hospital settings. We pride ourselves on the delivery of excellent care with compassion, dignity and respect enabling everyone to have the best care experience possible, to live healthier lives.
The Medical Research Network
MRN specializes in the conduct of clinical trial visits in the patient’s home and supporting clinical trial sites with nursing resources. At MRN we understand the complexities of today’s clinical trial environment and the burden this places on both patients and sites. Our nursing services are designed to ease these burdens, therefore accelerating patient recruitment and retention and maximizing the impact of the trial for the pharmaceutical sponsor.
Venue - DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Glasgow Central
Address: 36 Cambridge St, Glasgow G2 3HN
Phone: 0141 332 3311
 
From Glasgow Airport by car:
 
The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Glasgow Central is just 15 minutes from Glasgow International Airport by car. Get on to the M8 from junction 28. At junction 18 exit towards Anderston/Charing Cross/City Centre. Turn left on to Pitt Street and the right onto West George Street. Take the second left onto Blysthwood Square and continue straight onto Douglas Street, taking a right onto Sauchiehall Street. From there, take the first left and then the next right onto Renfrew Street. Finally turn left onto Cambridge Street and the hotel will be on your right. The car park is situated at the rear of the hotel.
 
From Glasgow Airport by bus:
 
The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Glasgow Central is a 30 minute commute from Glasgow International Airport. From the terminal building, go to stance 1. From stance 1 take the 500 Glasgow shuttle bus towards Glasgow City Centre – these buses depart every 10 minutes and take approximately 15 minutes to get into the city centre. End your journey at Buchanan Street Bus Station and turn right onto Renfrew Street. Walk straight for 7 minutes and the hotel will be on your right.
 
From Glasgow Central Train Station:
 
Glasgow Central Train Station is 0.5 miles from the hotel. From the train station, take a right onto Hope Street and walk straight until you reach Renfrew Street. Take a left onto Renfrew Street and then turn right onto Cambridge Street. The hotel will be on your right. There is a taxi rank outside of Glasgow Central station and a short taxi ride will cost you approximately £4.50.
 
From the city centre by car:
 
You can reach our hotel in just 5 minutes by car from Glasgow city centre. Drive down Sauchiehall Street turning right onto Newtown Street. Turn left onto Elmbank Crescent and then left again onto Elmbank Street. Turn right onto Sauchiehall Street and then left onto Rose Street. Take the first right turn onto Renfrew Street and then the first left onto Cambridge Street. The hotel will be on your right.
 
From the city centre by foot:
 
Visitors can reach the hotel from Sauchiehall Street in just 10 minutes by foot. Walk straight down Sauchiehall Street towards Cambridge Street and turn left onto Cambridge Street and the hotel will be located on your right.
 
From Glasgow Queen Street Train Station:
 
Glasgow Queen Street Station is 0.5 miles from the hotel. From the station, walk north on Dundas Street towards Bath Street. Take a left onto Bath Street then turn right onto Buchanan Street. Continue onto Sauchiehall Street, taking a right onto Cambridge Street. The hotel will be on your right. There is a taxi rank outside Glasgow Queen Street station and a short taxi ride will cost you approximately £4.50.
 
From Glasgow Airport by taxi:
 
A taxi from the hotel to the airport costs around £25.
 
Click here for further directions.
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