Sunday is the first NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers Day – and it will fuel exciting career opportunities.
NHS 1.4 million people and social care 1.6 million are employed, but many hospitals and care homes are struggling to make ends meet.
Job site Adzuna reports 3,953 vacancies for NHS registered nurses, 3,407 for practice nurses, 3,490 for GPs, 2,675 for health assistants, 3,243 for admin staff, 1619 for pharmacists and 1,498 for physiotherapists.
Work Instructors at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) are now helping job seekers who have transferable skills to pursue careers with the NHS.
Teenager Umar Mohamed was struggling to find his first job during the pandemic when his work coach referred him to the Royal Manchester pediatric unit for a kickstart plan.
After impressing the owners with his IT skills, he took a full-time job there as an NHS administrator.
Omar, now 20, from Manchester, says: “The Kickstart scheme got me my first job.
“I am delighted that I have been taken permanently into the Manchester Pediatric Unit. Working for the NHS is very rewarding.”
Employment Minister Mims Davies says: “The NHS can provide great advancement opportunities and truly rewarding careers.
“Any job seekers who have the skills—or want to be supported to create something new—should speak to their work instructors about the roles and training available in our field-based work-academy program (SWAP). ) Are included. ).”
With free training from top employers, job seekers can move into social care roles as well.
Nadra Ahmed, President of the National Care Association (NCA), says: “We are often forgotten, which is why the NCA is committed to supporting this National Awareness Day and ensuring that our workforce is treated as well as their colleagues in the NHS. Celebrate together.”
survive the looming recession
Worried about your job security during the recession? Rita Trehan of HR Consultancy Dareworldwide.comreveals her top tips.
- Pay attention to your results over the past three months. Work out how you’ve contributed to the bottom line and be prepared to bring these up in face-to-face meetings with your manager or boss. The more examples, the better.
- Support and inspire your colleagues. Doing so will position you as a team player – what the company needs in times of crisis. Make sure you are actively supporting and supporting your colleagues in the workplace as well. Offer support and feedback when your representatives do well, help team members who are over capacity or stressed, and contribute ideas on projects that are not yours.
- Identify and take advantage of opportunities that add value. By doing this you increase your chances of showing that you are professionally conscious, and interested in saving not only your role but the business as well.
- and remember . , , Many forces are out of your control in a recession, but if you direct your energy toward developing a strategy, you’ll have a better chance of weathering the storm.
open week work
Whatever work pattern you want, you will find it with a caring role.
Employers need employees in a variety of roles around the clock, so see what’s available in your area during this week’s Care Home Open Week.
More than 1,000 care homes have opened their doors to potential workers, with more than 35,000 jobs now available nationwide.
Rebecca Woolley, Championing Social Care Director, said: “Care Home Open Week is the perfect opportunity to share your employment and volunteer opportunities with your community.” you can get more information championingsocialcare.org.uk,
Online bank Monzo has 30 roles, including CRM Manager and Data Analyst. meeting Jobs.thesun.co.uk
The United Nations predicts that there will be 24 million jobs around the world by 2030 with a focus on sustainability, but you can find one much faster.
The new job site Jobsforgood.io only has vacancies meeting permanent criteria including renewable energy, health and wellbeing.
Research by professional services firm PwC found that 68 percent of youth seek roles “with a purpose” and that all companies are screened for their “for good” credentials before being added to the website.
CEO Olivia Spaethe said: “We are here to bridge a critical gap between sustainable start-ups looking for workers and those looking for the right company to work for.” Visit Jobsforgood.io