Overseas Nurses

Working with the NHS in the UK as a nurse will give you the opportunity to work with the largest employer in Europe, helping to gain valuable experience and further your career.

If you are an overseas nurse looking to work in the UK, there have been recent changes in legislation to make it easier to work in the NHS.

Qualified Nurses from Outside the EU

Qualified Nurses from Outside the EU wishing to work in the UK, New Immigration Regulations from Oct 2014

From October 2014 nurses who have qualified outside of the EU will no longer need to do the overseas nursing program to work in the UK.

The new requirements are as below:

This will consist of two parts: a computer-based multiple-choice examination and a practical objective structured clinical examination (OSCE). The computer-based multiple-choice examination will be accessible in many countries around the world including those where significant numbers of non-EU/EEA educated nurses and midwives are recruited to the UK. The practical exam (OSCE) will always be held in the UK, initially at a test centre at the University of Northampton. After an initial bedding-in period this will subsequently be broadened out to encompass more centres.

  • IELTS 7.0 (academic version) or above in all sections
  • Successful completion of a three-year (or equivalent) undergraduate education and training programme
  • 12 months post-registration practice experience
  • A self-declaration that they are of good health and good character

www.nmc-uk.org/


Nursing Personnel are offering the below job roles and relocation package of £1,000.00 to the UK (subject to terms and conditions)

General Nurses
Permanent contract with Nursing Personnel,
40 hours per week at an NHS Acute Hospital,
Qualified Nurses (RGN) Band 5
£37,500 per year

Temporary Agency work
paid per hour at an NHS Acute Hospital,
Qualified Nurses (RGN) Band 5
£21.00 per hour

Critical/Specialist Nurses (HDU, ITU, CCU, Midwives A&E)
Permanent contract with Nursing Personnel
40 hours per week at an NHS Acute Hospital
Qualified Nurses (RGN) Band 5
£37,500 and upwards, depending on experience

Temporary Agency work
Paid per hour at an NHS Acute Hospital
Qualified Nurses (RGN) Band 5
£26.00 per hour

If you think you qualify for the above the new legislation on immigration and nursing qualification and are interested in relocating to England to work as a nurse, please register with nursing personnel.

You can also contact us on:
0044 845 122 0414

Qualified Nurses and Healthcare Assistance within EU

Full time Permanent Employment Contracts available for Qualified Nurses and Healthcare Assistants within EU wishing to work in the UK

Nursing Personnel are offering the below job roles and relocation package for £1,000.00 to the UK (subject to terms and conditions)

Healthcare Assistants

Permanent contract with Nursing Personnel
40 hours per week at an NHS Acute Hospital,
Qualified Nurses (HCA) Band 2
£20,000 per year

Temporary Agency work
Paid per hour at an NHS Acute Hospital, Qualified Nurses (HCA) Band 2
£10.00 per hour

General Nurses

Permanent contract with Nursing Personnel,
40 hours per week at an NHS Acute Hospital,
Qualified Nurses (RGN) Band 5
£37,500 per year

Temporary Agency work
Paid per hour at an NHS Acute Hospital,
Qualified Nurses (RGN) Band 5
£21.00 per hour

Critical/Specialist Nurses (HDU, ITU, CCU, Midwives A&E)

Permanent contract with Nursing Personnel
40 hours per week at an NHS Acute Hospital
Qualified Nurses (RGN) Band 5
£37,500 and upwards, depending on experience

Temporary Agency work
Paid per hour at an NHS Acute Hospital
Qualified Nurses (RGN) Band 5
£26.00 per hour

If you are interested in relocating to England to work as a Nurse or Healthcare Assistant, please register with nursing personnel.

You can also contact us on:
0044 845 122 0414

The Contact Telephone Number for Nursing Personnel