“We believe in the degree course that you have undertaken, in the professional choice you made. For this reason Randstad, which have partnered with UniCamillus for a few years, has decided to offer you the opportunity of an open-ended job contract , right after a Degree in the Health Professions that you have just achieved or that you will reach soon“.
Andrea Migliorati, in charge for the Randstad Italy – Specialty Medical Division, speaks and describes the job opportunities available thanks to the Dutch multinational’s partnerships for the coming graduates in the Health Professions Degree courses – Nursing, Midwifery, Radiology and Biomedical Laboratory Techniques, Physiotherapy – of the UniCamillus International Medical University in Rome.
“Randstad is an incubator for professional opportunities: we can share our personnel researches and propose to the newly graduates positions that can be interesting or pertaining to the studies undertaken. The contract that will be signed – Migliorati says – will let the professional work in hospitals or health companies with the same compensation and job contract of any other professional directly hired by the hospital”.
“The flexibility introduced by this kind of contract – he concludes – allows the professional to access different work environments, either in Italy or abroad; in fact, it includes relocation processes, going beyond the traditional commitment of an exclusive contract with a single company”.
“The partnership launched with Randstad represents an additional opportunity that UniCamillus wants to offer to the students, making it easier to enter the job market with a level equal to that reached by studying at our University”, says UniCamillus Rector, Gianni Profita.
“The need for health professionals with a high-level profile, increased after the current pandemic emergency, is widely recognized in any environment. Our goal – the Rector Profita concludes – is to surpass the simple academic education, giving the students the opportunity to be employed in the professional field for which they studied, in the shortest time possible”
Rome, February 25th 2021