A lifetime opportunity to work at NHS Hospitals

National Health Service (NHS), England, is now actively recruiting international nurses

What is the National Health Service?

The National Health Service (NHS) is a government funded healthcare system and one of the largest employers, globally.

Why is the NHS recruiting international nurses?

Due to a shortage of nurses, services in NHS hospitals across England have been severely hampered. To equalize the demand and supply equilibrium, the NHS is recruiting international nurses to become a part of their healthcare workforce.

Benefits of working with the NHS include:

  • Starting salary of £19,737, which rises to £24,907 upon completion and passing of the OSCE. Then in year 3 of the programme the salary will rise to £26,970
  • Paid return flights to the UK
  • 3 months paid accommodation on arrival
  • 35 days’ holiday (including public holidays)
  • Opportunity to join the NHS Pension scheme
  • Visa allows for travel in and out of the UK
  • Family members (‘dependants’) can come to the UK (they must apply for a UK visa)
  • Opportunity to work paid overtime/extra hours
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