Don’t miss out on January’s huge recruitment opportunities!

As a brand new year approaches, one thing we can count on towards the end of 2018 is that many New Year’s resolutions will be focused on career choices and finding a job and organisational culture that suits the individual.

For those with itchy feet it becomes a constant niggle in the back of their minds during the latter months of the year, and with the New Year, time often comes to seek a new job.

The healthcare space is no different. January is often the busiest time of the year for recruiters in the NHS as a new year brings with it new promises and exciting challenges. Whether it’s nurses looking to get back into the profession after a career break, support services staff seeking out their next roles or newly qualified nurses saying ‘yes’ to their first permanent job – there’s no time like the New Year to make a fresh start.

In 2018, two of Just R’s partner NHS Trusts saw a staggering 100% increase in vacancy enquiries during January compared to any other month in the year – these results came as part of a digital campaign created by Just R – and these campaigns steered the way for a year of outstanding progress.

This year, we’ve created and executed countless successful campaigns focused on nursing recruitment and other specialist healthcare roles across the country – we’ve focused on relocating paramedics from London to the North East with incredible results; we’ve seen nurse recruitment double across sites, and we’ve formulated specific campaigns focused on GP recruitment.

There’s still time to take advantage of the January job hunters with Just R – we’ll be continuing our efforts in 2019 and would love to help your Trust make the most of the busy recruitment season. Many launch our campaigns on Boxing Day for maximum impact, as the job search often springs to mind as soon as we’ve any down time, and once the hectic Christmas period has subsided.

To find out how Just R could help you in time for the start of job hunt season, get in touch today.