Nursing as a profession

We'll help you through every step of the recruitment, documentation, immigration, licencing, and relocation procedures. It has never been easier to find the appropriate nursing position.

WORKING AS A NURSE OR MIDWIFE IN THE UK

All nurses and midwives seeking employment in the United Kingdom must register with the NMC. The NMC register is divided into three sections.​

NURSES

MIDWIVES

SPECIALITY COMMUNITY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES (SCPHN)

The nurse part of the register is divided into four fields of practice

You can apply to be on the nurses or midwives parts of the register, as long as you meet our standards. If you’ve trained as a general nurse, you should apply for registration with NMC as an adult nurse. If you want to register on more than one part of the register or field of practice, you should apply for each part/field at the same time. Once you’re registered, you can work in the National Health Service (NHS) or private health care.

Salary and Benefits at a High Level

The term "competitive pay" refers to employers who pay salaries that are equal to or greater than the industry standard for equivalent jobs in the same geographical area. There are other tempting incentives, such as a relocation package, paid maternity leave, free travel tickets, and free temporary housing, among others.

Possibilities for Professional Growth 

Employee motivation and productivity are increased as a result of career development. Paying close attention to career development can help Trusts to attract top talent and retain valuable workers. NHS provide various career advancement opportunities for the nurses like free higher education, paid leave and more to assist their employees in their professional development and growth.

EMPLOYERS And EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

A pinned nurse can find work in a variety of settings in the United Kingdom. Nurses can choose to work for a variety of Trusts and private care homes. An opportunity to work with world-class premier institutions while gaining valuable experience. When starting off, working with Trusts will be the best option, whereas for more experienced workers, private care homes are the best alternative. Without any restrictions, recruiting an endless number of nurses every year would open up a wide range of opportunities for qualified nurses all around the world. Since most of the positions offered by the employer are permanent, job security is guaranteed, making it easier to prepare ahead.

Respected and valued for your abilities

To be valued is that you are recognised and appreciated for your contribution to the NHS. It implies that they are concerned about you and your feelings. It implies that they do not denigrate you and that your achievements are not regarded as insignificant. Skill of each resource is valued and appreciated at NHS.  

Better Quality of Life for your Family

When compared to the vast majority of other countries, our level of life is significantly greater. In addition to a wide variety of employment prospects for the partner, there are excellent free educational opportunities for the children. An opportunity to live a life of distinction while also receiving international exposure is presented by this opportunity. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to achieve financial independence and family stability.

Further Leave to Remain

You will be able to apply for FLR to extend your stay in the UK for an additional two years after completing three years of continuous residence in the UK. However, some employers have agreed to cover the cost of a visa extension, so be sure to check with yours before assuming anything. Otherwise, you'll be responsible for all fees incurred by you and any dependents. A new COS will be required by your workplace.

Indefinite Leave to Remain (or) Settlement

Having lived in the United Kingdom for five years without interruption, you will be eligible to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain, sometimes known as 'Settlement'. Once you have obtained ILR, you will no longer be required to be sponsored by your company.

1280px-NHS-Logo.svg.png

OUR PRESTIGIOUS CLIENT

The National Health Service (NHS) in the UK ensures universal healthcare. The NHS is one of the world's greatest, safest, and most inexpensive healthcare systems. Although the NHS employs many British/UK nationals, certified experts from around the world work there.

 

According to the report, international healthcare professionals have long contributed to the NHS, particularly in crucial departments where there has been a historic scarcity of UK educated personnel. As a result, the NHS has actively encouraged overseas specialists to relocate to the UK for many years.

 

Aside from the professional competency baseline, these experts are subjected to severe requirements specified by the NMC UK.

 

The NHS was founded in 1948 on the belief that adequate healthcare should be offered to everybody regardless of wealth.

 

Except for prescriptions, optical treatments, and dental care, the NHS in England is free to all UK residents. More than 64.6 million people live in the UK, including 54.3 million in England alone.

 

It sees about a million patients every 36 hours. Antenatal screening, routine screenings, long-term conditions, transplants, emergency treatment, and end-of-life care are all covered.

The NHS was rated the best healthcare system in the world by the Commonwealth Fund in 2014. This included efficiency, effectiveness, safety, coordination and patient-centred treatment.

Scale

The NHS employs more than 1.5 million people, putting it in the top five of the world’s largest workforce. The NHS in England is the biggest part of the system by far, catering to a population of 54.3 million and employing around 1.2 million people. Of those, the clinically qualified staff include 150,273 doctors, 40,584 general practitioners (GPs), 314,966 nurses and health visitors, 18,862 ambulance staff, and 111,127 hospital and community health.

Funding

Funding for the NHS comes directly from taxation. Since the NHS transformation in 2013, the NHS payment system has become underpinned by legislation. The Health & Social Care Act 2012 moves responsibility for pricing from the Department of Health, to a shared responsibility for NHS England and NHS Improvement. When the NHS was launched in 1948, it had a budget of £437 million (roughly £15 billion at today’s value). For 2015/16, the overall NHS budget was around £116.4 billion. NHS England is managing £101.3 billion of this.

NHS PAY SCALE 2021-22

This pay system covers all staff except doctors, dentists, and very senior managers. Each of the nine pay bands has a number of pay points. Staff will normally progress to the next pay point annually until they reach the top of the pay band. In addition to basic pay, there is also extra pay for staff who works in high-cost areas such as around London.

  • Pre-Registered Nurses will be on Band-3/ Band-4 pay scale

  • Registered Nurses are on Band-5 pay scale.