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Date: 26 March 2024

RUH showcases its range of career opportunities

Young people from schools across Bath and the surrounding area visited the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust this week to check out the range of career opportunities available at the hospital.

Attendees of the careers fair watching a demonstration of an piece of diagnostic equipment

The careers fair gave students the opportunity to meet staff from across the Trust to find out more about working at the RUH and the variety of different jobs available in the NHS.

Teams from across the hospital were represented at the event, including apprenticeships, aseptic services, audiology, pharmacy, maternity, medical physics & bioengineering, nursing, oral and maxillofacial, pathology, radiology, research and development, speech & language, therapies and vascular studies.

Hugh McKinney, RUH Learning and Development Lead, said: "Our annual careers fair is always a really popular event when we welcome hundreds of local young people to the RUH to find out more about the wide range of roles available at the hospital.

"Lots of different teams from across the hospital were on hand to talk about their work and answer questions about working at the RUH and in healthcare.

"As one of the biggest employers in the local area, events like these help us to continue to build on our links with the people in our community while showcasing the incredible variety of career options available at the RUH." The RUH has a dedicated Career Zone in its Atrium, where people can drop in anytime to find out more about working at the hospital and the different roles available.

You can find more information about the latest vacancies at the RUH and our recruitment events on our website:


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