What careers are available in the NHS?

What careers are available in the NHS?

Explore roles

  • Art therapist/art psychotherapist.
  • Diagnostic radiographer.
  • Dietitian.
  • Dramatherapist.
  • Music therapist.
  • Occupational therapist.
  • Operating department practitioner.
  • Orthoptist.

What jobs can you do in the NHS without qualifications?

To help get you started, here are five jobs to help you break into the healthcare industry – no experience necessary:

  • Healthcare Assistant. Healthcare Assistants, or HCAs, help support doctors and nurses by providing care for patients.
  • Dental Support Worker.
  • Medical Secretary.
  • Care Worker.
  • Pharmacy Technician.

What is the highest paying NHS job?

Move aside Doctors: discover the highest paying medical jobs

  1. Occupational Therapists.
  2. Nurses.
  3. Nurse Anaesthetists.
  4. Podiatrists.
  5. Physiotherapists.
  6. Speech and Language Therapists.
  7. Biomedical Scientists.
  8. Diagnostic Radiographers.

How do I start a career in NHS?

To help you find a job in the NHS simply follow these easy steps:

  1. Register on When you land on the site, go to the ‘Register’ box in the top right hand corner.
  2. Fill in the ‘Personal details’ section.
  3. Fill in the ‘Jobs by email’ section.
  4. Check the ‘Acceptable Use Policy’ box.
  5. Click ‘Create’.

Where can I apply for a job in the NHS?

You can search and apply for roles in the NHS, including posts relating to COVID-19, on NHS Jobs. For the latest advice on COVID-19 visit the coronavirus page on NHS.UK.

What do finance staff do in the NHS?

Finance staff make sure that money in the NHS is well spent. Staff may work on payrolls, ensuring staff are paid correctly and on time. They may work in accounts departments, paying invoices for goods and services bought by the NHS. Senior finance staff help departments set and manage their budgets.

Can a corporate services employee join the NHS?

Corporate services staff usually join the NHS with qualifications and experience. As a member of the wider healthcare team, everyone is encouraged to take further qualifications and to progress in their career. Most corporate services staff are members of their own professional organisation.

What kind of work does HR do in the NHS?

HR staff work at all levels from assistants to managers. Architects design buildings to meet the needs of clients and users. In the NHS architects may design new buildings or extensions to existing buildings. They may also be renovating some of the many historic buildings which the NHS owns.