International recruitment, specifically international nurse recruitment, is crucial to the NHS. That blend of cultures, knowledge, expertise and experience that can come from a diverse, overseas nursing workforce is one of the things that enhances NHS care. The NHS – which is one of the largest employers in the world and is the biggest in Europe with over 1.3 million members of staff - has always been very proud of its diverse workforce and has relied heavily on international nurse recruitment for many years. However, it is currently experiencing a huge staffing shortage, both across NHS trusts and also general practice – somewhere in the region of 84,000 FTS staff. 38,000 of these are nursing vacancies, which is 1 in 10 posts. That’s why we at Migrate exist – we began our journey focusing solely on supporting overseas applicants wanting to find their dream job in the UK. From English language support and job searching, to interview prep and relocation advice – we’re there at every step to support and encourage the international applicants we work with. We proudly continue to support overseas health workers, but now also work with UK-based healthcare professionals looking for work. Whether you’re based overseas or here in the UK, Migrate is on-hand to support you at every stage of your job search and relocation journey. At Migrate, we have lots of exciting international nurse recruitment opportunities. From general nursing to mental health nursing, we have a number of roles with top healthcare providers across the UK. We know for a lot of international nurses, coming to work for NHS will come with a lot of perks and benefits. You’ll have a competitive salary, generous annual leave allowance and access to the NHS Pension Scheme. There will also be the opportunity to access NHS training and professional development (your employer will work with you and identify the learning opportunities that may improve your practice etc.).
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