With the NHS being the largest employer in Great Britain it makes sense that we’ve covered it in Civvy Street from many and various angles. However, for people seeking a career in the medical sector or for Service-leavers with medical qualifications, it isn’t the only show in town. The private medical sector has a variety of opportunities to work within a hospital or other clinical environment outside of NHS control.
Evaluation of RBLI’s employment support programme, LifeWorks, by New Learning & Work Institute finds 83% of Military veterans achieved positive career outcomes.
Interact Medical are a renowned medical recruitment agency. Here, we have an Interview with Richard Moses of Interact Medical, Richard Moses traces briefly over his career and explains why he values Service-leavers so highly as candidates.
The NHS is well known as a vast employer but it isn’t just medical staff that make up their number. There is a massive supporting cast behind the scenes which keep hospitals running smoothly and, perhaps most importantly, safely.
The defence industry kicked into gear around the time of the First World War when it was realised that the country needed a more integrated approach to the manufacture of munitions bound for the front. Nowadays the UK’s defence industry is worth billions of pounds both domestically and in exports and spending and has resumed an upward trajectory.