28 March 2019 – Diverse Careers in Health Seminar

At a crossroads with your career in health? Explore opportunities with the experts at MediRecruit for our FREE seminar and networking event

RSVP: info@medirecruit.com or via Eventbrite

Date & Time

Thursday March 28, 2019 | 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM AEDT


The Montague Hotel, 355 Park St, South Melbourne, VIC 3205, Australia

Join us to discover opportunities in the following industries:

– Occupational Rehabilitation and Injury Management
– Healthcare Sales
– Clinical Allied Health
– Working in the United Kingdom
– Working with MediRecruit

Keynote Speakers:
– Clare Jones, Director and Occupational Therapist, MediRecruit
– Danielle Weedon, Director and Physiotherapist, MediRecruit
– Peta Sitcheff  Sales Coach & Strategist

We encourage you to share the invite with your friends and colleagues and look forward to meeting you!

Light refreshments and canapés will be served on arrival.

RSVP: info@medirecruit.com or via Eventbrite

About Keynote Speakers:

About Peta Sitcheff

Peta is an accomplished, agile sales leader with a solid understanding of the Australian medical device sales industry.  Peta is a highly valued MediRecruit partner, who has helped many of our candidates prepare for a rewarding and lucrative sales career in this dynamic industry.

At the Info Night, expect Peta to arm you with her industry insights and tips to ensure you are interview ready and prepared for MediRecruit to support you throughout your entire recruitment journey.

About Clare & Danielle

Founders and Directors of MediRecruit,  Clare Jones & Danielle Weedon both share personal experience when it comes to the importance of career diversification and the rewards of working abroad. As young qualified healthcare professionals, while locuming in the UK as a Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist, they unexpectedly discovered a career in recruitment. They were personally empowered by their university qualifications but didn’t allow them to control or define their life’s outcomes. As such, they have spent the last 20 years devoted to understanding what their candidates want from their career.


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