Becoming a Locum/Agency Occupational Therapist – #OTalk 6/9/16

This #OTalk sees Chris Smith – @Alliedhealthwfs – from Allied Health Workforce Solutions on hand to talk about the benefits and challenges of becoming a locum, especially if you are fairly newly qualified.

Here are some discussion points to help guide the chat.

  • Why people have/would consider becoming a locum?
  • How to present your CV
  • Benefits of becoming a locum or permanent applicant via an agency
  • Agency compliance processes
  • How to stand out in an interview
  • NHSI and what it means for agency staff
  • And AHWS unique new Graduate Scheme for the NHS and private sectors

[People place their undivided trust in healthcare professionals. Allied Health Workforce Solutions place the right healthcare professionals in the right place, at the right time.

Allied Healthcare Workforce Solutions is one of UK’s leading medical recruitment company with a head office based in London.
Our mission is to provide our Candidates and Clients with an excellent recruitment service based on mutual trust and the highest professional standards.
Due to our reputation of exceptional customer service most of our business is done on the basis of referrals from both Candidates and Clients.
This involves working with a wide range of professionals and assisting recruitment within all aspects within Occupational Therapy and other healthcare specialities

Just graduated from Uni and now looking for the next big step in your new career or are you an experienced OT that is looking for the next career step? We are here to help.

 We work with the NHS and private sectors in finding locum and permanent OTs . We are here to help guide you through the recruitment process in terms of CV building, the steps leading up to your new job and types of roles available.

 Get in touch today for free advice; we will be glad to help.]

Post Chat Updates. 

Online transcript

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