Looking for something different? Then break into prison healthcare!
Have you ever thought that working within a prison could be the next step and new role that you're looking for but your just not sure if it would be the right role for you?
Then come along to our Healthcare Open Day at HMP Stocken and find out more!
We are welcoming Registered Adult Nurses and Substance Misuse Nurses (Adult or Mental Health – who are interested in working within Substance Misuse), as well as Pharmacy Technicians and HCA's/HCSW's to come and meet the healthcare teams from HMP Stocken and learn about how Care UK works and what opportunities we have within this site.Date: Thursday 5th September 2019
The day will run from 09:45 through to 16:00 with the opportunity to meet the team, learn more about the roles, have a tour of the site and interview on the day
Location: HMP Stocken, 2 Stocken Hall Road, Stretton, Oakham LE15 7RD
To attend this event, we ask that you contact Briony Dove on Open.Day@careuk.com or 07436 805 472 the details provided to secure your place. Please note, we do ask that you arrive 10-15 minutes early to pass through the gate and receive your visitors badge for the day.
This day will give anyone who may be interested in a career within Health in Justice the opportunity to speak with staff and management who work in the secure environment, an insight to mental health, primary care and substance misuse within the prison, Q&A sessions with our Healthcare management, and finally a visit around the establishment to get a feel for what prison healthcare is really like.
During the day you will be speaking with staff about the wealth of benefits that Care UK offers including possibility of full-time, part-time, bank roles, salary and benefits and training opportunities.Strictly no agencies please
Note: You will be unable to attend the event unless you have confirmed your attendance no later than Monday 2nd September so we can organise your security gate pass.
Please be aware that there are prohibited items within the prison environment such as mobile phones, memory sticks, recording devices, chewing gum. This is not an exhaustive list, if you are unsure please check with gate staff before entering.
Lockers may be available on the day, but please ensure that these items are not brought with you onto the prison site. Please contact me if you wish to be sent the full list.
At Care UK, we actively promote diversity and equal opportunities.