If you are a nurse or healthcare assistant (HCA) interested in gaining extra experience and improving your practice across a wide range of settings, we are the nursing agency for you. As a leading nursing agency, we have thousands of temporary and permanent nursing jobs available each day.
With over 15 years of experience, our nursing team has an enviable reputation of supporting nurses throughout their career, from their first work placement to gaining overseas experience. Our dedicated consultants will get to know you and find roles that suit your needs.
If you are interested in temporary nursing jobs to enable you to balance your personal and professional commitments, take a look at our agency nursing section. There is a lot of useful information about preparing for interviews and maintaining a work-life balance. You can also meet our agency nursing experts who can help you find your next role.
Discover the locations of our current nursing jobs, including directions, distances and travel times from your home address.
We offer permanent nursing jobs across a range of NHS Trusts in the UK. If you are looking at moving to the UK, learn about the key considerations such as the English language requirements, applying for a visa, and registering with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
We can offer you amazing nursing roles across the world. Working overseas is a great opportunity to experience a different lifestyle and gain valuable career development. Check out the key benefits, lifestyle options and basic requirements for nursing roles in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the Middle East.
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