NHS Jobs

There are 50 jobs available at NHS

Working at the NHS means:

  • joining a huge team that’s built on diversity and inclusion;
  • opportunities to grow and advance within your industry;
  • gaining invaluable, on-the-job experience;
  • the chance to explore a number of different career paths;
  • being part of a team that’s working for the greater good.

Bank Staff Nurse in Brighton

Mental Health Nurse in Manchester

Bank Staff Nurse in Exeter

Bank Mental Health Nurse in Reading

Mental Health Nurse in Exeter

Learning Disability Nurse in Exeter

Bank Staff Nurse in Exeter

Newly Qualified Nurse Preceptorship in Exeter

Deputy Hospital Director in Lincoln

Deputy Hospital Director in Brighton

Consultant Psychiatrist in Lincoln

Social Worker in Leeds

Bank Support Worker & Driver in Brighton

Consultant Psychiatrist in Swindon

Male Healthcare Assistant in Manchester

Experienced Support Worker in Swindon

Charge Nurse in Northampton

Bank Healthcare Assistant in Gloucester

Head of Clinical Services in Gloucester

Consultant Psychiatrist in Leeds

Registered Nurse in Stoke-on-Trent

Support Worker in Liverpool

Female Night Support Worker - 20 hours in Brighton

Deputy Manager in York

Paediatric Nurse in Brighton

Registered Nurse in Northampton

Clinical Services Manager in Reading

Team Leader Support Worker in London

Learning Disability Nurse in Brighton

Healthcare Assistant in Gloucester

What you should know about NHS jobs

If you want to make a difference in your community, then a job at the NHS is the way to go. Not only will you be earning a living and building a career in the NHS, but you’ll also be helping people with their medical and personal problems. Talk about rewarding! Employment opportunities in the NHS aren’t just limited to medicine though; a lot of help is needed behind the scenes to keep thing running smoothly. With everything from warehouse workers to admin specialists to driver jobs, the NHS has something for everyone. If you think you have valuable skills that could be put to use in an NHS job, then get applying asap and start making a difference.


NHS employment through YoungCapital

There are heaps of NHS jobs across the UK, from London to Brighton to Aberdeen. With so much to choose from, it can be tough to narrow down the options. That’s why we’re here to help! Our recruiters are ready to discuss all the ins and outs of finding and applying for vacancies with you, and help you find the NHS job that ticks all your boxes. Plus, we’ll help you tailor your application to the job you’re after to maximise your chances. Start the process yourself by using our free CV maker to spruce up your resume and make sure it’s up to scratch.

You can also start narrowing down the NHS vacancies you like on your own, thanks to our handy filtering tool. Want to find a part-time job in an NHS warehouse? Just tick off the options that apply, or enter keywords to get super specific. You can then read through all the job descriptions to see what makes the NHS such a great place to work. From benefits like a pension, to yearly check-ins, to tailored graduate schemes, it’s a great opportunity for anyone. Convinced yet? Start exploring the options for NHS jobs we have, or have a look at our full range of medical jobs and nursing positions to see what else is out there.


FAQs about working at NHS

  • Can I work at the NHS with no qualifications?

    Absolutely! There are all kinds of roles available in the NHS, from graduate jobs to managerial positions to entry-level work. The qualifications will vary based on the job you’re applying for. Use our filtering tool to select your level of education and you’ll see all the NHS jobs we have that match.

  • How do I find a job with the NHS near me?

    Piece of cake! Just add the city or town you’re looking for into the search box, and adjust the distance of how far you’re willing to travel. For example, if you want to start your NHS career in London, just type in ‘London’ and hit search.

  • Where can I find new NHS job vacancies?

    If you’re not immediately seeing any NHS jobs that you like, turn on your email alerts. That way, we can send you any new vacancies that match your preferences as soon as they pop up, and you don’t have to keep checking in. Just make sure your CV and contact details are already added to your profile so you can apply quickly and easily once something comes up.

  • Can you work from home at the NHS?

    There are plenty of remote opportunities, depending on the type of role you’re after in the NHS. HR jobs and customer service roles can often be done from home, for example. Just make sure you read the job description carefully! Not seeing any that fit what you’re after? Take a look at our full selection of work-from-home jobs.