The Occupational English Test (OET) is the English language test for healthcare professionals. The test assesses all four language skills using real healthcare communication scenarios that you will meet at work. OET is accepted by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland, the Medical Council, Health Services Executive, CORU, the Dental Council of Ireland and the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland.
We provide a wide range of community, mental health and learning disability services to the people of Barnsley, Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield – a population of around 1.25 million. We also provide some specialist medium secure (forensic) services to the whole of Yorkshire and the Humber. Any one of us, our friends or family, may need to use our services – which is why we run them with all of us in mind.
St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust provides a full range of acute and intermediate healthcare services across our sites at St Helens, Whiston and Newton hospitals, including inpatient, outpatient, intermediate care, maternity and emergency services. The Mersey Regional Burns and Plastic Surgery Unit is also located at Whiston Hospital, providing treatment for over 4 million people across the North West, North Wales and the Isle of Man. Their valued workforce of over 7,000 staff are dedicated to providing the local population with the best possible care. STHK’s staff are guided by the Trust’s vision to provide ‘5 star patient care’, striving to meet the best standards of professional care whilst being sensitive and responsive to the needs of individual patients.
We provide mental, physical and community healthcare in three London boroughs: Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow.
With over 40 sites, we serve a local population of 800,000.
We also provide regional and national services, caring for patients from across the South of England. These include Broadmoor Hospital for high secure patients, Cassel Hospital for people with personality disorder and our forensic services.
The Trust employs 3,982 staff, of which 46% are from Black and Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) background. Our turnover in 2020/21 was £314m.
In recent years, there has been a step change in staff engagement, culture, performance and ambition of the organisation. We’re now rated as ‘Good’ overall by the Care Quality Commission, and the rating for our forensic services has improved from ‘Requires improvement’ to ‘Outstanding’.
We’ve won national awards for our workforce programmes and more recently we were highly commended for ‘Mental Health Trust of the Year’ 2020 by the Health Service Journal.
Forward Thinking Birmingham (FTB) – Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Forward Thinking Birmingham (FTB) is the first in the country mental health services provider for young people up to the age of 25 in Birmingham. Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust (BWC) is the lead provider of Forward-Thinking Birmingham and brings together the very best in paediatric and women’s care in the region.
There has never been a better time to join our amazing Birmingham Women’s, Children’s and Mental Health Services teams. We are ambitious and world-leading, and everyone who works here plays an important role in making our organisation great. When you work for us, you embrace the BWC spirit where everyone’s priority is to make things better for patients and their families.
We are currently recruiting for various Mental Health roles including nurses, therapists, physician associates, middle grade and SAS doctors, consultants and care support workers.
St. Francis Hospice provides a specialist palliative care service for the people of north Dublin city and
county and surrounding counties. We are a voluntary organisation under the care of the Daughters
of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. Some of the services we provide are:
Community Palliative Care
Our team is made up of doctors, nurses, social workers, chaplains, occupational therapists,
physiotherapists, complementary therapists, lymphoedema therapists, pharmacists, care assistants,
household staff, administration staff, volunteers and contract staff.
We supported nearly 1,800 patients and their families in 2020 and provided specialist palliative care
to more than 1,400 people in their homes. In addition, 522 patients were admitted to our Inpatient
Units in Raheny and Blanchardstown for symptom management and end of life care.
Our bereavement services help individuals and families, through support and counselling, both
during the person’s illness and afterwards.
Priory is the leading independent provider of behavioural care in the UK.
We organise ourselves into three divisions – healthcare, education and children’s services, and adult care services – which together support the needs of more than 30,000 people every year.
Our purpose is to make a real and lasting difference for everyone we support.
Priory is dedicated to helping people to improve their health and wellbeing. We understand that in order for people to achieve high quality clinical and educational outcomes they need individually tailored programmes, suiting their specific needs.
The RAF has around 28000 members who contribute to 15 missions on 4 continents in 22 countries. Whether in the skies above Britain, or in airspace around the world, it is our job to protect the UK. The RAF is made up of impressive personnel from diverse backgrounds, working side-by-side as part of a team to make a difference.
RAF nurses’ practice in one of the most dynamic and challenging environments, delivering high quality care in peacetime and on operations around the world. With a structured career path, you will never stop learning. There are three routes to a nursing career in the RAF: Student Nurse (Adult), Registered Nurse or Nursing Officer (Adult/Mental Health) but whatever your chosen route you will need to show some leadership and management skills in a team environment, as well as providing excellent standards of nursing. Get in touch: CRN-RecruitSelect-NSLT-Shared@mod.gov.uk
Betsi Cadwaldr is the largest Health Board in Wales, a short ferry ride from Dublin to Holyhead and good transport links to the rest of the UK. We provide a broad range of clinical services to a population of 675,000 people across a large geographical area including the Snowdonia National Park. With close links to Bangor & Glyndwr Universities we have a really good pre and post graduate education opportunities for nurses and can offer excellent career options. North Wales is cheaper to live than other parts of the UK and offers a great environment to live, work and play with acess to beaches, mountains and a range of exciting activities.