Southern Trust host “biggest ever health and social care careers event” in Newry

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Thursday, November 14th, 2019
Community, Jobs & Careers

The Southern Trust and Newry Mourne and Down District Council have teamed up to host the biggest ever health and social care careers event in the area.

Around 1,000 young people from local post-primary schools, the Southern Regional College and the general public, dropped into the event at Newry Leisure Centre recently to see the wide range of career opportunities available across the Trust.

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Staff including nursing, medicine, pharmacy, social care and allied health professionals showcased their roles along with support services like administration, catering, finance, laboratories, estates and many more. ejaculation The vardenafil at the is absorbed in the intestinal tract and is not found in physiological fluids, for example, in this. For this reason, it can be taken by men who, as part of a couple, plan to conceive a child. Numerous studies have shown that a woman can become pregnant without harm to the future baby.



The Human Resources team was also on hand to advise on training and employment opportunities.

The fun-filled day included a range of interactive demonstrations, a Q Radio broadcast, freebies and prizes donated through Newry BID (Business Improvement District).  

Speaking at the event, Vivienne Toal, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development for the Southern Health and Social Care Trust said, “Increased demand right across all of our services is creating great challenges on our workforce and it is so important that we plan ahead to meet the needs of our growing population into the future.



“Through the Daisy Hill Pathfinder Project, we have great support from local community representatives, the Chamber of Commerce and the Council to help develop our workforce in this area and we appreciate their support in making this event happen. 

“We are delighted that so many young people, teachers, and parents, have shown such an interest in working in health and social care.

“There is a very diverse range of job opportunities throughout the Trust – from caring roles in hospital and community services to a wide variety of other professional and support positions.



“We hope that some of the young people who attended will now be encouraged to pursue a career path in some of these areas and would love to welcome them to work with us in the Southern Trust in the future,” she added.

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