Taking Best Stand Award category ensured that ID Medical welcomed the ‘cream of the crop’ by way of quality doctors to its stand at the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Careers Fair, where it unveiled its extensive selection of fruitful locum jobs, on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th October at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London.
As a long established supplier of locum jobs and permanent doctors to the NHS and private medical sectors, ID Medical embraces BMJ Careers as a highly effective recruitment channel to attract most professional quality and ‘best fit’ doctors. This year, ID Medical returned to integrate its bold recruitment campaign, ensuring it was ‘best of the bunch’with its free fruity mocktail bar and iPad prize draw.
ID Medical’s 2013 Fruitful Opportunities recruitment drive targets healthcare professionals across all of its sectors; doctors, nurses, AHP/HSS, clerical, international and mental health, announcing that the UK’s leading multi-disciplinary recruiter, which holds preferred supplier contracts with over 80% of hospitals, and which supplies over 2 million hours to the NHS each year, has an abundance of job opportunities to choose from….jobs that are exceedingly rewarding – or ‘fruitful’.
ID Medical’s head of marketing, Caryn Cooper, commented “Every year we look forward to the high traffic footfall the BMJ Careers Fair brings, allowing us to meet face-to-face with truly valued medical professionals; and this year we added a fun element, theming our activities around our memorable Fruitful Opportunities marketing campaign.
“Our Fruitful concept for the stand turned heads, ensuring the best doctors were attracted to receive a free fruit mocktail and enter our daily Win an iPad prize draw, concluding their visit by registering to be included in ID Medical’s abundance of career opportunities.”
The BMJ Careers Fair is a key event within ID Medical’s calendar, providing its recruitment consultants with the opportunity to network with candidates, offer career advice and enable employment-seeking doctors to explore an array of its fruitful locum job opportunities.