Haematology Nursing Career Opportunities - International Nurses

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Are you a nurse looking to relocate to the UK, to develop your nursing experiences and to work with leaders in Healthcare? From complex care to straightforward procedures in both adults and children, HCA UK provides exceptional care across our six world-class hospitals, clinics, outpatient and diagnostics centres, and NHS partnerships. We believe that all our patients and employees should have access to the latest state-of-the-art technology, which has seen HCA Uk invest more than £500 million over the last decade to ensure that our hospitals and specialist centres are amongst the best equipped in the world. This philosophy of continual investment ensures our employees have the best career development opportunities; as their skills advance alongside our facilities and technology. Our patients come from all over the world, and so do our people. This is a very diverse and international environment with an open, welcoming culture. We are proud of the multiculturalism of our teams and with just under 50% of our nursing workforce coming from the EU or Overseas, we understand and value the importance of international recruitment and the wealth of different experiences and mix of cultures that this brings to our established workforce. What can you expect as an international nurse joining HCA UK? We understand that moving to another country can be very daunting and time consuming, so here at HCA we will support you at every step, by doing the following: Support with applying for VISA and sponsorship Air fares and accommodation support provided Transfers from airport to accommodation on arrival Somebody to welcome you at the accommodation and provide you with a welcome pack that includes food vouchers, maps and an oyster card. When you join HCA UK, as you will not be a NMC registered nurse due to you having to undertake the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE), you will initially be employed as a Pre-registered nurse with a starting salary of £27,000. During this period, you will work within your ward, whilst also receiving support and training to ensure you are prepared for your OSCE. Once you have passed your OSCE you will then be recognised as a fully registered nurse and you salary will be uplifted to reflect this. As a fully registered NMC nurse, you will then be entitled to the full support and career development opportunities that HCA UK prides itself on. What are we looking? We are looking for nurses from around the global, who are registered within their own country of practice. You will have substantial experience within Haematology; although, if you display a drive and willingness to develop your nursing career, we will consider those with minimal experience. You will also actively participate as a member of a team, working together to achieve tasks, goals, and objectives; demonstrate a lead by example attitude to inspire our colleagues and patients; and deliver information in a clear, concise, and compelling manner to effectively engage others and achieve desired results. If you have trained outside the European Union and your studies to becoming a nurse were not delivered in English, than you will have undertaken and passed your International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Unfortunately due to POEA restrictions, we are unable to progress with Filipino nurses applying directly from the Philippines. If you wish to find out more about this opportunity, please apply for this role and a member of the team will be in contact shortly.

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