Tuesday 24 August
Webinar joining link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83728704463
Looking to start or develop a career in the NHS or in communications?
- Do you like writing, creating social media posts, and keeping up to date with the news?
- Or are you interested in working for one of the country’s biggest employers with a huge range of job opportunities?
- Do you want to understand more about how the NHS recruits?
- Do you want to be part of a friendly team who will support you to learn on the job?
- Do you want a varied, creative, and fast-paced job?
There has never been a more exciting and rewarding time to work in the NHS and in north east London we are recruiting two new entry-level communications assistant roles. Join our webinar to find out more about the jobs and how to apply.
The NHS across London also has a number of junior admin roles that can lead to bigger and better things in a range of different areas. Even if communications is not for you, you are welcome to join to learn more about NHS recruitment and what a career in the NHS can mean for you to help you potentially take advantage of the next opportunity.
Working in the NHS and in communications
As part of an NHS communications and engagement team you will help change lives by telling people about NHS services and helping communities be healthier.
We have two new entry-level communications assistant roles in our team at North East London Clinical Commissioning Group (the NHS organisation that plan health services in north east London) where you will support the team whilst developing experience in communications and engagement. We are looking for creative people with a positive approach who are organised, have good writing ability and are ready to get stuck in! No previous experience of working in the NHS or communications is required.
Communications involves lots of things including talking with our local communities to understand what they think about things like vaccines or their local hospital – in person but on also on social media; helping different parts of the NHS, like hospitals and GPs, to communicate with each other by writing high quality newsletters; and managing the reputation of our staff and organisations with politicians and the media by helping organise meetings and writing briefings and press releases. And much more!