Nurses.co.uk is attending the RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair in September
We love getting out and about to meet the nurses and midwives that use Nurses.co.uk, so we’ve got a stand at the RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair where you can drop in, say hi and have a jelly baby with us.
It’s free to attend for nurses and midwives, and it’s a great opportunity to meet both employers and recruiters with vacancies to fill. There are also a whole bunch of free seminars on both days about every aspect of getting a new nursing job.
Stand No: 17 (at the moment, we’ll update if it changes)
When: 15th & 16th September 2010
Where: Business Design Centre, Islington, Central London
What time: 10am - 4.30pm each day
Why should I attend?
Well first of all it would be great to meet you! It’s a key part of who we are that we like to get to know as many nurses and midwives who use our services. We like to provide a unique service and it’s important to us that you get the best experience possible from our sites.
So, on the day you will be able to talk several members of our team who can guide you through everything about the site, you can register with Nurses.co.uk and upload your CV there and then if you have it with you. If not, we’ll give you a postcard so you can record your login details for your own personal reference and then complete the CV upload in your own time.
We’re giving away champagne!
We want to surprise one lucky person who registers with the site at any point during the two day event with a bottle of champagne. Three runners up will also win a bottle of white wine each.
Just one condition - you have to sign up with Nurses.co.uk on our stand (currently no. 17 on the ground floor) at the event on either day.
Let us know you’re coming
We’ll be chatting to everyone who is planning to attend on our Facebook page, Twitter and on our Nursing Blog. Join in the conversation and let us know you’re going to meet up with us.
How to get there
Go to Angel tube station and then it’s a 5 minute walk. Or arrive by train at Kings Cross or Euston and walk. Or drive - the centre is located outside the congestion zone and there is an onsite pay and display car park. A PDF map is available here
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