Registered Nurses, Travel Nurses, Physical/Occupational Therapists, Medical Tech's required by renowned UK based Healthcare Group for job placement in United Kingdom: Nurses in the UK enjoy a high degree of responsibility and are protected at work from mistreatment from co-workers, doctors, and patients. In short, they are given the respect they deserve. Further, they are given a fair caseload of patients and are paid a higher wage if they work extra hours. If this sounds like the type of nursing environment that suits you then UK awaits. We are seeking Nurses for all specialties and other healthcare workers for our major hospitals to long-term care facilities, skilled nursing homes, medical groups and clinics, physician offices in United Kingdom. We are a nationally recognized, full-service Healthcare Management & Operations Company engaged in operations and management of hospitals, healthcare facilities & skilled nursing facilities; health staffing recruitment & placement service and workforce solutions for our Group's Hospitals and other healthcare facilities across United States and in overseas. We operate nationwide and recruit and hire nurses, doctors, pharmacists, PTs/OTs, Medical Technologists/Scientists and other healthcare professionals for placement at positions that fits their interests, credentials, experience, and career aspirations. We are a progressive healthcare company pioneering new ways to effectively support and transition foreign trained nurses and other healthcare professionals into healthcare facilities based on our 40 years of experience in International Recruitment. We are Industry Leaders and Specialists in International Healthcare Recruitment with over 40 years of experience.
Requirements for Nurses for placement in UK:
• Should be BSN (Bachelors in Nursing) to work as Band 5 registered nurse.
• Otherwise should at least have 3-4 years Basic Diploma in Nursing & Midwifery to work as Band 4 registered nurse. (But BSN is preferred, otherwise diploma is fine)
• Nurses have to pass CBT (Computer Based Test – online test) in their home country – (Pre UK Arrival).
• Nurses have to take IELTS and must attain Reading: 7, Speaking: 7, Listening: 7, Writing: 6.5 – “Pre UK Arrival”
• Nurses should be a bit proficient in English speaking and understanding (listening)
• Minimum Experience: 2-3 years
• Nurses should have active Nursing Council Registration card in home country.
• Age preference: preferred are young nurse around 35 years or below (or if unmarried
nurses), otherwise nurse with families in their early 40s are also welcome.
• Age Limit: 49 years
• Nurses have to pass OSCE (Objective Structure Clinical Examination) after reaching the UK by / within the first 3 months of their work in the hospital. If they don’t pass OSCE in the first 3 attempts, then they have to work in nursing homes, old care facilities or small street polyclinics as healthcare assistants.
• Medical check-up report should be perfect during the embassy procedure Salaries & Benefits:
• Band 4 Nurse salary (after-tax): GBP 1,700 per month • Band 5 Nurse salary (after-tax): GBP 1,900 per month • These are the minimum salary figures if nurses work 40 hours per week (8 hours per day, 5 days per week, and 21 and half days per month)
• If nurses work more; 24 days in a month and 8 hours each day, then their salaries would be:
• Band 4 Nurse salary (after-tax): GBP 1,925 per month • Band 5 Nurse salary (after-tax): GBP 2,150 per month
• Salary per hour: GBP 13 per hour and above for Band 4 Nurse depending on the placement facility and nurse’ performance GBP 15 per hour and above Band 5 Nurse depending on the placement facility and nurse’ performance
• Work permit on arrival
• Type of Visa: UK Tier 1 Visa (Working Visa including spouse and eligible dependent children)
• 3 years’ initial contract period with the hospital after passing OSCE
• Spouse and children under 18 years can come together with the nurse to UK or within the first 6 months after the nurse arrive the UK.
• Spouse of nurse will be allowed to work.
• Free healthcare of all family members. Full medical insurance and total healthcare coverage offered by UK’s government health system; the same for spouse & dependent children
• Health surcharge will be paid by the hospital for up to 3 years.
• Free education to children in public institutes until college level / high school (K-12) according to UK’s education system.
• Basic Working Hours:
9 hours / day (5 days/week) – 40 hours per week 12 hours / day (3 days/week) – 36 hours per week
• Overtime: Applicable by 1.5 times of basic hourly wage rate
• Air Ticket: Paid to the candidate by the hospital at the time of first arrival to UK
• Salary Type: Taxable
• Citizenship: Will be granted after initial 5 to 6 years
• Initial Probationary Period: first 3 – 6 months in which the nurse has to pass OSCE but whereby the nurse is not allowed to work any overtime despite the basic working hours. • No bank statement / financial proof needed during the embassy-immigration procedure. • Nurses have to pay the rent for their accommodation. Accommodation is not free. However, accommodation will be free during the first month of landing / arrival in the UK; sometimes for first 3 months (occasionally) in a very few institutes.