We’re celebrating after one of our top schemes was shortlisted in the twelfth annual Targetjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards.
The Graduate Management Trainee Scheme (GMTS) is currently in its 60th year and gives top graduates an opportunity to become a successful leader in the NHS. To date more than 4,000 graduates across England have taken part in the programme.
The Scheme finished third at last night’s Awards ceremony in London in the Most Popular Graduate Recruiter in Public Sector awards category.
Chris Lake, Head of Professional development said: “Our Graduate Management Trainee Scheme attracts the most talented and committed graduates and supports them with the best tools and experience to launch their career in the NHS.
“To have been shortlisted in such a competitive category is brilliant news and shows our ongoing commitment to develop leaders of the future. Better leadership leads to better patient care, experience and outcomes.”
The GMTS recruits once every year in October, taking approximately 100 talented graduate trainees and giving them a chance to train in their chosen area from finance, general, health informatics, policy and strategy and human resources management.