Nurses & Carers
Find out why it’s ‘Better to be in Bolton’
Health and social care is changing in Bolton!
It’s an exciting time to be a part of the health and care profession and there are plenty of opportunities in the town to make a real difference.
NHS Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Bolton NHS Foundation Trust and Bolton Council have been working together for some time to deliver an improved and more efficient system.
One element of this is to create a diverse and skilled workforce that is unique to Bolton.
As a result, the partners are hosting their first dedicated health and social care recruitment and careers event, ‘It’s Better to Be in Bolton’.
The event, on Saturday, October 6, will showcase the best job and training opportunities available and give people a flavour of what it’s like to work in the town, in such a rewarding profession.
Representatives from a range of partners, employers and training providers will be on hand to help visitors take the next step towards a new career or develop further in their chosen role.
So, can you see yourself in a health or caring role?
Do you want to discover what it’s like to be a nurse?
Are you eager to hear how you can make a difference as a care assistant?
Are your sights set on becoming a social worker?
Would you like to volunteer and improve someone’s wellbeing?
Join the team at ‘It’s Better to Be in Bolton’, from 10am to 4pm in the Festival Hall, Bolton Town Hall, Le Mans Crescent.
Information will be available from a number of key partners in the town, including the voluntary and community sector, Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust (GMMH), Bolton Cares, Bolton University and 1point.
The event also includes interview techniques and a chance to apply on the day via an Application Station.
The It’s Better to Be in Bolton team said: “We are looking for the best people to join us and be proud to work in the town. This event will be the first of many for us to show why we believe ‘it’s better to be in Bolton’ and a great opportunity for someone to find their ideal job.”