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Nurses required in UK
NURSES JOBS IN UNITED KINGDOM FREE RECRUITMENT
Who can APPLY?
- GNM/BSc/Post BSc/MSc
- Experience: Min. 6 months clinical exp.
- GAP: If the GAP is below 18 months then it is accepted
- IELTS (Academic): RSL (Reading, Speaking Listening): 7 Band Each Module, W(Writing): 6.5 Band
- OET: RSL (Reading, Speaking Listening): B Grade Each Module, W(Writing): C+ Grade
Salary offered based on interview and experience:
- If successful at the interview, you will be offered a long-term contract as a Pre-Registration Nurse (Band 4) progressing to a permanent contract as a Qualified RGN (Band 5) once registered with the NMC.
- Pre-Registration Nurse (Band 4): 19 Lakhs ~22 Lakhs/Yearly
- Qualified RGN (Band 5): 25 Lakhs~ 30 Lakhs /yearly
Benefits for Nurses in the UK:
- The spouse will be provided a work permit visa.
- Children will get free education
- Family health care supports.
STEPS FOR RECRUITMENT
- Start preparation for IELTS OR OET with us and get the desired score for the next level.
- Once the candidate gets the desire to score, we arrange the job Interview with an employer according to the availability of vacancies.
- Once the candidate is selected, we start preparation for CBT.
- Once the candidate passes the CBT, we start the Visa application process which will take 3 to 4 months once we submit the application.
- Once the candidate gets visa approval can fly to the UK and start preparing for OSCE.
- Once a candidate passes the OSCE in the UK, He or she will be placed in Hospital for the continuous job after NMC registration.
Reimbursement (Once Candidate in the UK):
- Preparation Cost & Exam fees for CBT in India
- Preparation Cost & Exam Fess for OSCE in the UK
- Visa cost
- Flight Ticket (Max. 600 Pound)
- Airport pick up
- Free 3 months Accommodation
- Accommodation and travel for OSCE exam cost
- Support the candidate in NMC registration
NOTE: If the candidate does not pass OSCE in 3 months they have to return back to India. More Details: +91 7483221765 Dr. Naresh Bhati
1.How do I register as nurse in the UK?
To become a nurse in the UK, you will need to register with the NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council). This applies to all nurses, including General Nurses, Mental Health Nurses and Midwives.
If you’re thinking of finding nurse jobs in the UK, you can enquire with WELCARE OVERSEAS by uploading your CV on our website or contacting our Head Office by phone on +91 7483221765 (WhatsApp)
To provide you with an initial assessment, WELCARE OVERSEAS will need your full, up-to-date CV.
3.What is a Band and why are there different numbers?
The NHS uses pay scales called ‘Bands’. Each Band represents a level of experience and the salary for every Band will differ. Find out more about Bands here.
Every year, the NHS pay scales are reviewed. The scales are uniform for every NHS organization throughout the UK.
When you first come to the UK, you are likely to start as a Band 4 nurse with a salary of between £21,089 and £23,761 per year, depending on your experience. Your role will be based on full-time hours of 37.5 hours per week.
After successfully registering with the NMC and receiving your NMC pin, your Band will increase to Band 5, with a salary of between £24,214 and £30,112 per year.
Can I register in the UK and apply for a job with WOE?
To be eligible for registration as an overseas nurse in the UK, you’ll need a three-year Nursing degree, plus ideally one year’s experience working as a nurse. You also need to pass the IELTS or OET English language exams to apply for NMC registration as an overseas nurse. Following the English language tests, you will need to take and pass part 1 of the Computer Based Test (CBT).
Find out more about registering as an overseas nurse in the UK on the NMC website
2.What is the recruitment process like?
Any international nurses wishing to start a career in the UK will go through the following:
- Take the IELTS UKVI Academic and achieve a pass level of 7 (NMC now accept 6.5 in writing) OR take the OET and pass with grade B
- Complete a Skype interview with an NHS Trust hospital
- Receive an offer letter from the hospital following a successful interview
- Start your registration with the NMC and arrange to take the CBT (Computer Based Test)
- Send the required documents to the NMC and receive a decision letter
- Receive your Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) and apply for your tier 2 visa
- Have a flight booked for travel to the UK
- Arrive in the UK and begin working in the NHS as a Band 3 or4 nurse
- Take the OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination)
4.What is the Computer Based Test(CBT)?
You can take the CBT at any time after you have your IELTS or OET, most nurses choose to do it immediately after this stage or after they receive a job offer from a NHS Trust. The test is made up of multiple-choice questions and is based on theoretical practice-based knowledge. You can take this test in at a Pearson Vue Centre in your own home country.
5.What is the OSCE Test?
OSCE stands for Objective Structured Clinical Examination and acts as the second part of your assessment for registration as an overseas nurse. It’s a practical test, which involves acting out scenarios that nurses are likely to experience during care. You’ll book the OSCE when you arrive in the UK and take the test at either the University of Northampton, Oxford Brookes University, or the University of Ulster. To arrange your OSCE, you’ll need to contact either of these universities however this is usually done by your new employer who typically shall support you through the entire process including making any travel arrangements.
Your employer will want to guide and support you in registering with the NMC and will, therefore, provide a training period of a few weeks before you sit the OSCE. The NHS Trust will pay for you to sit the test 2-3 times, depending on which Trust you are joining.
Find out more about the OSCE here.
6.How will WOE help me?
- We’ll advise you on multiple nursing vacancies in the UK. The vacancies will be based on your personal application and discussed in detail with you to help you choose the best one to apply for.
- We will assist you in preparing for your Skype interview with the Trust hospital.
- If successful in your interview, we’ll liaise with you and the Trust hospital from start to finish, ensuring you’re updated on any developments.
- Where appropriate, we will provide advice and guidance on your application for NMC registration.
- We can help you find the right information and guidance on visa application.
- Our experienced team will pick you up from the airport and travel with you to your hospital accommodation. We’ll also liaise with the hospital to organise a ‘meet and greet’ and orientation, which will be given to you on arrival.
7.Do I need a visa to work in the UK?
Unless you are an EU National, you will need a visa or work permit to work in the UK. When applying for an NHS nursing job, the Trust can offer sponsorship to obtain a Tier 2 visa. After passing the CBT, you’ll be issued with a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS), which you’ll need for applying for your visa. Depending on which Trust you are joining, they may cover the cost of the visa for you in full or in part.
8.Can I bring my family to the UK with me?
Yes, but their accommodation and visas will depend on which Trust you are joining. Some Trusts will provide accommodation for your family but will not cover visa costs for them. However, other Trusts will not provide accommodation or visas for family members at all. You should speak with your dedicated IM-HR Project Manager to find out what package the Trust offers.
We strongly recommend not bringing your family over to the UK until you have successfully passed the OSCE.
9.Will I receive free medical care?
No; benefits packages, including free flights are only offered to the employed Nurses
As a UK resident, you will be entitled to free medical care from the NHS, including access to a GP (doctor), emergency and non-emergency hospital treatment, and other services (e.g. visiting a clinic).
You may need to pay for some services, like vaccinations, dental and optical treatment, and prescription medicines.