Multiple medical roles
Recruitment Open Day - Kent Prisons. Thursday, 21st October.
Have you ever wondered what working in a clinical role in a Prison setting may look like? Are you considering a move into the independent sector but don’t know enough about it?
Oxleas Prison Services Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust and provides healthcare and pharmacy services to the prison healthcare and pharmacy contracts.
We will be opening our doors at Kent Prisons on Thursday, 21st October, for you to take a look at what Prison Health Care is all about. It would be an opportunity for you to find out about all our prospects within the Prison, meet our Clinical Team, our Service Manager, and have a chance to interview for one of our roles.
We are keen to speak to Nurses, Newly Qualified Nurses, Nursing Associate, Pharmacy Technicians and Psychologists.
To be considered for an interview on the day, please click on the apply for this job, fill in the application form, and secure your appointment slot to meet our team; we will send an email to you to advise you. Alternatively, you can show up on the day with a copy of your C.V
Date: Thursday 21st October
Location: Maidstone Hub
Time: 30-minute slots available from 10:00 – 15:00
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust is a mental health and community trust that provides a broad and growing range of services across Bexley, Greenwich, and Bromley and services in Kent.
Oxleas Prison Services Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust and provides healthcare and pharmacy services to the healthcare and prison pharmacy contracts.
We provide care for people of all ages and work closely with various partners to ensure that our services are well-integrated and wide-ranging. We have a workforce of around 3,500 people, including many highly qualified health and social care professionals. We have over 125 sites in various locations across the London Boroughs of Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich, and Kent.
We have been the leading provider of specialist mental health care for more than ten years and have developed a comprehensive portfolio of services in the community and hospital settings. We also provide specialist forensic mental health care across South East London and in Kent Prisons.