The National Health Service (NHS) was set up in 1948 to provide everyone in the UK with healthcare based on their needs, and not on their ability to pay. The NHS is respected throughout the world for the standard of care it gives to patients.
To work in the UK, all overseas trained nurses must undertake an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) to join the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register.
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) are a growing multicultural hospital trust with extensive experience in working with, supporting and developing international nurses. We offer a comprehensive structured on-boarding programme (100% OSCE success rate) with a generous relocation package and exclusive benefits, individually designed to welcome new International Nurses into our Trust community.
We are an ethical recruitment employer and in the last 12 months, we have recruited nurses from India, UAE, Malta, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Belize and Ireland. As a trust, we consider welcoming all International Nurses in accordance with the code of practice for the International recruitment of health and social care personnel in England.
If you have any questions about our Internationally Recruited Nurse vacancies, please contact a member of the dedicated team at OverseasNurseRecruitment@ulh.nhs.uk
- Dedicated resourcing and on-boarding team providing ongoing pastoral support, assisting you from the process of applying, through each recruitment step to your arrival as a new starter.
- Generous re-location package, including; booking and paying for your flight to the UK, UK airport transfer, welcome hamper, single accommodation for the first three months, assistance setting up a UK bank account, collecting your BRP and much more.
- Experienced International On-boarding Support Team providing orientation and pastoral support while settling into the UK, local area and ULHT.
- An experienced International On-boarding Nurse Team who facilitate an exclusive on-boarding programme, providing you with training and guidance, assisting you to prepare for your OSCE, supporting you with ULHT clinical area orientation and induction
- ULHT pay for the cost of your OSCE exam, including return transport and overnight accommodation if required.
- Once successful and upon receiving your NMC pin, you will transition to Band 5 level, Registered Nurse.
As a newly registered nurse within ULHT, you will be enrolled onto a preceptorship programme. You will also have the opportunity for further development and career progression through support from the Clinical Education Team, Organisational Development and Talent Academy.
If you are a registered nurse with your IELTS/ OET and CBT, and are interested in relocating to the UK and coming to work for us, please click the button below or send your CV to OverseasNurseRecruitment@ulh.nhs.uk.
ULHT are situated in the county of Lincolnshire, which is the second largest county in England. ULHT are one of the largest acute hospital trusts in England, serving a population of over 736,700 people. We provide acute and specialist services to people of Lincolnshire and neighbouring counties. We have an annual income of £447 million and employ nearly 8,000 people.
Our vision and values guide everything that we do;
- Patient-centred care
We are always keen to welcome highly skilled, committed and compassionate individuals to our hospitals, people who put patients at the heart of everything they do and are ready to help us achieve our vision.
We recognise that outstanding care can only be delivered through our employees. We want to attract people who can deliver our vision and in return we will support our employees to further develop and progress with their careers.
ULHT are a supportive place to work and we offer a rewarding package of staff benefits, these include;
- Leadership training, clinical education and career development opportunities.
- The NHS pension scheme, generous holiday entitlements, flexible working possibilities and relocation packages for identified roles.
- On site nurseries at Lincoln and Boston, support for staff wishing to take maternity, paternity, adoption and parental leave.
- Money-saving deals on cars, bikes, home electronics and high street shopping and entertainment.
- Annual Staff Award ceremonies.
For more information, contact OverseasNurseRecruitment@ulh.nhs.uk
Living in Lincolnshire
From stunning countryside to exciting towns, and a coastline that mixes wildlife havens and seaside resorts to a vibrant city at the County’s heart, Lincolnshire has so much to offer. Famed for it’s cathedral, castle and history, Lincoln has transformed itself in the past 20 years and is now a lively university city and major industries support the city and county’s thriving retail, entertainment and nightlife scenes.
Towns and villages sit in outstanding countryside, including Boston under expansive skies in the heart of the fens to Grantham in the rolling countryside of south Lincolnshire. Grantham is just under one hour and twenty minutes from London by train and the A1 provides excellent north-south connections.
Lincolnshire also has great schools and is one of the few counties in the UK to retain the grammar school system. In fact, Lincoln has been crowned the best UK city to raise a family, thanks to it’s outstanding schools, clean air quality, safety and average property price. House Beautiful 2020