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Somerset Partnership Student Nurse Recruitment Day

The Exchange


Student Nurse Recruitment Day for RMN/RLDN

Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust


 We are looking for student nurses who are looking for their first job in our innovative and supportive Trust. We are able to provide an outstanding Preceptorship programme to support you, with support from a preceptor and supervisor and many opportunities for further training and development in your role. We need nurses to join us in our local hospitals and community services.


We provide a variety of Mental Health services to the community, including CAMHS, Older People’s Mental Health, Acute Inpatient and Home Treatment, to name but a few.


On the day, you will have the opportunity to meet senior nursing staff in the organisation, staff who have recently qualified and have completed our preceptorship programme and discuss opportunities with our recruitment team.


We have a number of nursing options you may wish to consider and you will have the opportunity to have an interview, if successful, we will be offering you a position with us on the day.


For further details or would like to attend. Please contact Kate in the Recruitment Team on 01278 432023




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