Media Release

Discover your potential NHS career at free careers clinic

Discover your potential NHS career and find out how you can make a difference to your local community at a free, drop-in NHS Careers Clinic this weekend.

The NHS Careers Clinic, taking place on Saturday 22 April, from 10am to 3pm at Job Centre Plus on Broad Street, King’s Lynn, will be chance for potential job hunters and those interested in healthcare careers to find out more about the range of opportunities on offer at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn (QEH).

Attendees will have the chance to meet staff from a range of different specialities who will be able to give them a first-hand insight into the roles and career paths that are available.

Andrea James, Talent Engagement Lead at the QEH, explained: “The NHS is a great place to progress your career, with so many clinical and non-clinical roles on offer. We’re really looking forward to meeting lots of prospective Team QEH members and giving them an overview of what the NHS can offer to someone looking for a new career.

“Over the past few weeks, we’ve been sharing case studies showcasing the breadth of roles we have available on our social media channels, so please take a look and see what grabs your attention.

“If you’re just starting out in your career or looking for a change of direction, come along and see what we can offer. The event is open to all ages including young people who are considering what GCSEs, A levels, college and university courses to take so please do come along to discuss your options.”

John Syson, Interim Director of People, added: “There are more than 350 different careers in the NHS, so whatever your ambition, whatever your career goal, we can help you achieve it. So often we have new team members who join us in one role and move into different areas or specialisms across the Trust as they learn more about what we have to offer – when you join Team QEH the sky really is the limit.”

Members of Team QEH from a range of roles and specialities will be on hand on the day to explain more about the scores of job roles available at QEH as well as to provide advice to steer applicants through the recruitment process and promote the wide range of volunteering, apprenticeships and development opportunities also available.

The clinic is a drop-in session so no need to book – simply pop along to the Job Centre Plus, Broad Street, King’s Lynn between 10am and 3pm on Saturday 22 April to find out more.


For further information, please contact Communications Team, or 01553 613216.