Recruitment Day: UniCamillus graduates and healthcare companies come together

With stands, informational interviews, and CV distribution, UniCamillus graduands and recent graduates networked with the top healthcare companies in Italy.

UniCamillus’s Placement Service organized a Recruitment Day today, Friday, 27th October, where our graduands and recent graduates met with companies interested in their professional profiles. With this initiative, the University serves as an intermediary between job seekers and job providers, supporting students transitioning from their university education to the start of their professional careers and offering companies the opportunity to reduce the time and costs of staff recruitment.

The goal of Recruitment Day is to create a bridge between students’ ambitions and companies in a particular sector. 27th October was exclusively dedicated to graduates and degree holders in the healthcare professions, such as Physiotherapy, Midwifery, Nursing, Biomedical Laboratory Techniques, and Radiology, Imaging, and Radiotherapy Techniques.

Students interacted with HR and healthcare companies, including Randstad Medical, Home Medicine, Top Physio, Gruppo Sanimedica, Aeva Xenior, and Diaverum.

Each company, with its own stand and human resources experts, welcomed students interested in getting in touch with them, conducting informational interviews and distributing CVs.

Recruitment Day is an essential annual event that creates a shared space with undeniable benefits for both students and companies. Students explore new job opportunities, hone their interview skills, and gain insight into the current situation in their desired field. Companies open their doors to numerous healthcare professionals in a field where demand is high.

The enthusiasm of graduands and recent graduates, as well as the willingness shown by the company representatives who participated in the event, confirms that UniCamillus’s Recruitment Day has provided a platform for job seekers and job providers to find fertile common ground, with a decidedly positive impact on both students’ ambitions and the healthcare sector’s openness to young professionals.