Bank International Nurse Recruitment Lead: Remote, Crawley, My Healthcare Recruit

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
ID #1118057519
Bank International Nurse Recruitment Lead: Remote, Crawley, My Healthcare Recruit
United Kingdom, West Sussex, Crawley,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Bank international nurse recruitment lead: remote
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BANK International Nurse Recruitment Lead: Remote £25/hour, flexible hours Are you an experienced clinician? Do you have experience recruiting international healthcare professionals? Do you want the opportunity to bank from the comfort of your own home? If you answered ‘Yes’ to the above questions, then this opportunity could be the perfect career move for you About Us My Healthcare Recruit are a small but rapidly growing business focusing on international healthcare recruitment. We have a new role available that will suit a candidate looking for a role within a fast-paced but friendly environment. My Healthcare Recruit was established in 2017 to innovate the traditional approach to international nurse recruitment by improving processes and using technology to streamline the process, minimising the risk to Clients and significantly speeding up arrival times of candidates. Since starting we have grown our client base (and reputation) and now work with a range of Employers, including the NHS and Private Companies. We are placing more nurses each week and accordingly are looking for more support to help us scale and grow more rapidly. About You Skill Requirements: • Strong Communication Skills • Excellent listening skills • The ability to learn and utilise new IT systems • The ability to work under pressure and take responsibility • A Flexible approach (willing to work as part of a team and assist colleagues) Behavioural Competencies: • Team Working • Communication • Operational Excellence • Adding Value • Positive Attitude Mandatory Experience • The successful candidates should have worked with internationally nurses previously and understand that they may need to adapt their interview style to get the best out of candidates (for example re-phrasing questions). • Minimum Band 6 level or equivalent • Experience of working within a team • Experience of video calls Preferred Experience • Prior experience interviewing for nursing roles • Experience managing Band 5 nurses or equivalent • Familiar with OSCE test About the Role Role Purpose The International Nurse Recruitment Lead will be responsible for providing vital clinical insights to the recruitment process for overseas nurses entering the My Healthcare Recruit (MHR) pipeline. A key element of this role is pre-vetting and interviewing candidates for MHR Clients to ensure they meet the minimum requirements for the role and are likely to be a good fit for their intended Employer. The International Nurse Recruitment Lead is accountable for building a good rapport with candidates and putting them at ease, effectively interviewing candidates using appropriate probing questions, accurately reporting interview performance and outcomes, and delivering on interviews within strict timescales. There may be a requirement to extend interviewing to other clinical roles such as Senior Carers. There may also be an opportunity to act as Clinical Advisor on other MHR projects. Key Information This is a flexible role which is responsive to Client needs and requirements. Usually MHR have 7-14 days’ notice for interviews and are relatively flexible on specific dates and times. A typical request may be: - Are you available to facilitate interviews for 6 hours the week after next? - Could you be free on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday AM next week to interview 5 Theatre Nurse candidates? Please note interview times could fit around school pick up and drop off times if required but punctuality and a degree of flexibility are required. Initially it is likely to be approx. 1 day per month but it has the potential to grow. 100% of work is remote and therefore the successful candidate must have a strong WIFI connection. Sometimes there is an initial quality check by the Employer to ensure they are confident you are aligned with their interview approach and requirements. Key Roles and Responsibilities • Confirming candidates meet clinical requirements • Setting up interviews with international candidates and “getting the best out of them” in interviews • Asking pertinent probing questions • Assessing candidates suitability for a role in line with specified criteria and pre-agreed skill thresholds • Documenting interview feedback clearly for both Employers and Candidates in a timely way • Providing guidance on MHR wider recruitment processes and projects from a clinical perspective Why Apply? Join a business that advocates flexible working and home/work life balance We are a fast growing business with great internal opportunities We are passionate about our staff and offer ongoing training and support for your own development

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