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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by LucyPod, Mar 11, 2009.

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  1. LucyPod

    LucyPod Active Member

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    Hi I'm lucy!
    I'm a final year podiatry student at Salford Uni & would be very grateful if anyone could let me know of any current band 5 vacancies/positions, particularly in the north west of england.

    Thank you
  2. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

  3. Griff

    Griff Moderator

    Hi Lucy,

    You may also want to register with www.jobs.nhs.uk where you can set up e-mail alerts. Put in your location and requiremrnts and they will e-mail you anytime a relevant job becomes available (I believe all current NHS posts have to be put up on their website)

  4. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    Welcome, good luck with your new careeer,

  5. Griff

    Griff Moderator


    Another thing you may want to do once registered with the NHS jobs website is to register with the relevant 'candidate profile database'. Basically a database where you save a profile with all your own information which allows potential employers to search for you and invite you to apply for a post. This is only available to professionals looking for their first NHS post.

    Once logged into www.jobs.nhs.uk click on the 'My Profiles' link on the left of the screen. The pick the relevant database to register with - which I'm guessing for you would be the North West NQHP (5th one down)

  6. distalphalanx

    distalphalanx Member

    Hi lucy, nice to see someone i know, good luck with the job search. Do regester with NHS if you haven't already. I have, but nothing local as yet, but they do E mail you with jobs so saves time looking. Can't believe we are almost finnished, its gone so fast. See you at uni, next week. Love Jo, W . x
  7. Zuse

    Zuse Active Member

    Hi Lucy!
    how did it go with the job hunt? did u find a job you like?
    im currently working for the east lanks and really enjoying it! you shoud try and get a job here! every one is very nice and will do there best to help you! also be sure to let the trust know of any disabilities you may have! im dyslixic and they have offered me lots of help!
    good luck!
  8. LucyPod

    LucyPod Active Member

    Thanks Zuse
    I too now work in the east lancs. but im contracted for 6 months, so i need a new job asap. Let me know if you hear of any in the pipeline

    Thanks LucyPod
  9. Zuse

    Zuse Active Member

    Lucy Pod!
    i will be sure to let you know of any jobs that i come across! it will stand you in good sted with 6 months experance and with all the new pods comming out of uni over the next few monts lots of jobs are sure to come up!
    good luck!
  10. LucyPod

    LucyPod Active Member

    I do hope so zues. Have you heard of a pod called william walker?? He is mean't to be really gd! I think he does doms on a scooter, pretty cool :)
  11. Zuse

    Zuse Active Member

    unfortunatly i have not herd of a william walker! but im sure he will be looking forward to getting a car! as i can get very cold and wet over here!
  12. LucyPod

    LucyPod Active Member

    Thanks zues.
  13. youngpod

    youngpod Member

    I've heard that William Walker is 7foot tall and has long flowing ginger locks!!!
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