Why we’re partnering with the NHS on their new recruitment campaign

One of the reasons why we created Talented Ladies Club eight and half years ago was to help ambitious mothers to find work that was meaningful and used their skills, experience and intelligence. 

So we’re delighted to announce our partnership with the NHS this year on its annual workforce recruitment campaign, ‘We are the NHS’. 

Now in its fourth consecutive year, the campaign aims to increase positive perceptions of, and pride in, working for the NHS across a diverse range of roles. In doing so, it aims to motivate target audiences to undertake a career in the NHS including in nursing, the Allied Health Professions and as Healthcare Support Workers (HCSWs).

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown, now more than ever, that the future of England’s health and social care system relies on its people. And this campaign aims to increase the number of people considering a rewarding healthcare career, and to celebrate those currently working in these professions by shining a light on the incredible work they do.

This year’s campaign will show that joining the NHS provides women and men with life experience and a career like no other, and allows you to live a thousand lives through patients from all walks of life. 

The campaign launched on 21st October 2021 and is running until March 2022. The ‘We are the NHS’ campaign will appear in TV, radio, and social media advertising, as well as consumer PR, partnerships work and multicultural communications activity.

On our site you’ll be able to read inspiring stories of women working in varied careers for the NHS, as well as content around what’s involved in NHS careers, some NHS careers you may never had considered, and what qualifications and experience you’ll need to work for particular roles in the NHS. 

So if you’re looking for a career change and would love to find a job that has real career satisfaction and that is equally challenging and rewarding, watch out for the interviews and articles we’ll be sharing over the coming months.

And if you want to find out more or take action right now, you can download your free guide to an NHS career here.