Looking for a solution to your recruitment challenges?
After a record-breaking year helping exhibitors meet nurses from across the UK in 2018, Nursing Times Careers Live is returning in 2019 with three new locations and a total of seven events across the country.
Stand spaces and sponsorship opportunities are filling up fast with exhibitors including Barts Health, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS and International NHS already confirmed for 2019’s events.
To find out more and discuss the options available at our Nursing Times Careers Live events, call the recruitment solutions team on 020 3953 2508 or email us at email@example.com.
We’re looking forward to working with you in 2019!
visitors per event
of attendees are looking to start a new role in the next 6-12 weeks
of attendees are registered nurses, 32% are students
years of being specialists in recruitment
of attendees are willing to relocate
"Superbly organised. Significant numbers of nurses attending and staying for the whole event due to the excellent CPD lectures on the day, combined with fun events to keep the nurses interest and enable prospective employers to spend plenty of time with the nurses."
Ruth Salisbury, recruitment & retention administrator, Stockport FT
"The facilitators at the Nursing Times are a great bunch to work with they meet and greet you, remain contact with you throughout the day offering support."
Gayle Bennett, senior nurse/deputy matron, Rampton Hospital
"We can’t stress enough how impressed we were with the service we received and the amount of attendees on the day. We hope to be part of your other events this year!"
Sami Gilas, recruitment consultant, Somerset Partnership FT
"September’s event in Manchester was the first NT event that MFT have attended and we were certainly not disappointed. From the excellent location of the venue, to the welcoming service from the NT staff, the lovely lunch and of course the huge numbers of enthusiastic and engaging nurses and student nurses attending, this was a fantastic and well organised event."
Kate Robinson, acting lead nurse for workforce, Manchester University FT