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Working at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Registering with Medacs gives you access to brilliant work opportunities across the NHS, including those offered by the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde health board. 

What opportunities are there at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde?

There are plenty of roles across the interconnected health board. Explore urgent care, midwifery, community support, primary care nursing and mental health positions in a convenient location for you. With Medacs, you’ll have a strong support network to apply for roles like Registered General Nurse, Registered Mental Health Nurse, Critical Care Nurse and A&E Nurse:

A&E Nurses

If you thrive under pressure and want to help provide immediate care to seriously ill or unstable patients, an A&E Nurse position with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde could be the ideal role for you. Click here to read more.

Critical Care Nurses

No two days or patients are the same for a Critical Care Nurse, and you’ll help patients recover from serious illnesses or keep them comfortable in the last days of their lives. Click here to learn more.

 
Mental Health Nurses

Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMN) look after those who require inpatient or outpatient care for a mental illness or long-term mental health condition. Click here to learn more.

 
Registered General Nurses

Registered General Nurses (RGNs) offer excellent care to lots of patients, ranging from the seriously ill to those requiring basic care. Click here to learn more.

 
4 ""glasgow & clyde"" Jobs
  1. Locum Dermatology Consultant - Glasgow

    Your clinical knowledge and experience will help you support patients with various conditions, from an unseemly birthmark to a life-threatening disease. Your sensitive and understanding...

    • Glasgow, GBR
    • £105 - £125 per Hour
    • Band 9
    • Temporary
  2. Locum Haematology Consultant - Royal Inverclyde Hospital

    As a Haematology Consultant, you will be dividing your time between the ward, outpatient clinic and the laboratory, frequently attending other speciality areas including high...

    • Greenock, Inverclyde, GBR
    • £110 - £130 per Hour
    • Band 9
    • Temporary
  3. Band 5 Registered General Nurse Glasgow

    Working alongside a friendly, welcoming team of dedicated professionals, you will be utilising these resources to provide emergency treatment and ongoing medical care of the...

    • Glasgow, GBR
    • £20.84 - £33.33 per Hour
    • Band 5
    • Temporary
  4. Band 5 Registered Mental Health Nurse Glasgow

    Working alongside a friendly, welcoming team of dedicated professionals, you will be utilising these resources to provide emergency treatment and ongoing medical care of the...

    • Glasgow, GBR
    • £20.84 - £39.16 per Hour
    • Band 5
    • Temporary

 

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde offers all kinds of care to more than 1.15 million people, including mental health and wellbeing support, acute and emergency care, primary care and community services. Its staff work across six local authority areas:

  • Glasgow
  • Inverclyde
  • Renfrewshire
  • East Renfrewshire
  • West Dunbartonshire
  • East Dunbartonshire

The board helps patients in lots of different and often lifechanging ways across Glasgow city and the surrounding areas. There are maternity, mental health, addiction, physiotherapy, organ donation, oncology and rehabilitation services, offered in hospitals, primary care centres and across the community. The board’s facilities also offer care for chronic health conditions such as diabetes, epilepsy, haemophilia and kidney disease.

It's is a brilliant place to take the next step in your career, with hospitals and community care centres having a strong framework of support and there are lots of opportunities available to you. Whether you’re looking to move up in your field or explore another area of medicine and healthcare, you’ll be supported to progress at your own pace.

Is NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde a good fit for you?

As part of the Greater Glasgow care team, you’ll help the board achieve its core purpose:

“Deliver effective and high-quality health services, to act to improve the health of our population and to do everything we can to address the wider social determinants of health, which cause health inequalities.”

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has a number of initiatives that recognise staff who are truly committed to patient care, including:

  • Local and Excellence Awards that reward people across clinical and non-clinical areas of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde for going the extra mile during difficult times.
  • Emotional wellbeing resources, which are designed to help staff look after every part of their lives from money to mental health, even during the most difficult days at work.
  • Speak UP! – A framework to help staff raise concerns about the quality of care or working environment, ranging from occupational health and chaplaincy right up to anonymous whistleblowing.

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