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Speech and Language Therapy Jobs and Biomedical Science Jobs - Medicspro Leading the way for Medical Recruitment Agencies in the UK

LONDON, December 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

In these austere times of public-sector cuts, Medicspro; the UK's leading medical recruitment agency for speech and language therapy jobs and biomedical science jobs, is going against the prevailing market trend, announcing increased roles and opportunities for speech and language therapy jobs and biomedical science jobs in the UK, in addition to other areas of medical recruitment.

Medicspro have reported increases this month specifically for roles in speech therapy and biomedical science jobs as examples of their ever-widening areas of expertise. This is in addition to other core areas of expertise such as radiography jobs.

It is uncertain times for the medical sector currently, with pay conditions across the board under question. However Medicspro are seeing a healthy market, with increased volumes of opportunities across Public and Private sectors.

MedicsPro is a leading Speech and Language Recruitment Agency supplying Speech and Language Therapists and Audiologists to a wide range of public and private sector clients throughout the United Kingdom.

MedicsPro are listed on the Government Procurement Service as a preferred national supplier of Speech and Language Therapists and Audiologists to the UK's NHS National Frameworks, actively working with leading NHS Hospitals.

MedicsPro are also listed on the Government Procurement Service as a preferred national supplier of Biomedical Scientists to the UK's NHS National Frameworks, actively working with leading NHS Hospitals.

Medicspro supply Biomedical Scientists to PrivateHospitals and Private Clinics throughout the UK. We recruit Biomedical Scientists for both Locum and Permanent Biomedical Science vacancies.

Call now on +44(0)20-8506-6010 or REQUEST A CALL BACK to arrange your free, no obligation, job search consultation or click on the links shown above to view full listings of our current Medical Jobs.

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