Younger Members

 

Get Involved!

If you’re between the ages of 14 – 19, you’re probably already starting to think about your future when you leave school. In the NHS, there are over 300 different job roles, so it’s a great place to start looking.

If you are looking for a career that really helps makes a difference to people’s lives, which is challenging and extremely rewarding,  then the NHS could be for you.
To help you make decisions on what you want to do, we offer a number of work experience placements in both clinical and non-clinical areas and medical taster days. More information about these can be found by clicking here.

To find out more about the opportunities at RJAH, watch our short video where current younger members share their experiences.

You can also get involved with The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital by volunteering and fundraising, through an apprenticeships scheme or taking part in a community project.  

Join in!

Why not sign up to be a member of our Foundation Trust?
Being a member is completely free and as a member, you will have priority on our work placement schemes. It also is a great way to keep up to date with the hospital, as you will receive a twice yearly online newsletter. 

Becoming a member only takes a few minutes and can be done securely online using our Foundation Trust Online Membership form.

Get In Touch!

We are open to new suggestions and ideas, so if you have got an idea you would like to share or would like more information about  the work we do at RJAH, then please get in touch.

You can email your comments to ft@rjah.nhs.uk or call 01691 404424
You can also stay up to date with the latest news and events at RJAH via our Twitter and Facebook feed.

Twitter -@RJAH_NHS

Facebook – @RJAH.NHS

Useful Links:

  • Step Into The NHS
    Is a great website to start with as it provides an overview of all the different careers within the NHS, especially designed to with young people in mind. It has video case study examples of different roles and has an interactive quiz to help you decide which job would best suit you.  
  • NHS Careers:
    Is the main careers site for the NHS. This site may be useful to you to help you understand what qualifications and skills you will need.
  • NHS Careers YouTube Channel – has over 50 videos containing useful information about careers in the NHS.