Nursing and midwifery
Nurses and midwives are the driving force for the delivery of new and enhanced working at King’s. So we actively search for staff who are innovative, adaptable and committed to providing superior, evidence-based care.
How we recruit
We use assessment centres as the main form of interviewing for candidates recruited via this route. The centres aim to evaluate your effectiveness across a range of criteria using multiple assessment techniques.
Band 5 nurses
We manage all Band 5 nurse recruitment centrally and run a number of recruitment campaigns and hold open days/job fairs every year. These cover vacancies across all our sites in four staff groups – General, Theatre, Critical Care and Children’s. These positions are not open to newly qualified nurses.
We want to ensure you have a satisfying career at King's with access to the widest possible choice of training. So three times a year, we give Band 5 nurses the opportunity to transfer internally within the Trust to another clinical area or specialty without going through the usual external recruitment processes. Find out more by emailing email@example.com.
Newly qualified nurses and midwives
We recruit all newly qualified nurses and midwives via recruitment campaigns that we run twice a year. We advertise at various universities throughout the UK as well as in current vacancies on our site and on NHS Jobs. We also hold open days/job fairs. All newly qualified nurses and midwives complete our Preceptorship Programme training support scheme in their first year with us.
Health Care Assistants and Clinical Support Workers
We hold recruitment days for Health Care Assistants and Clinical Support Workers.
Temporary and bank vacancies
We recruit temporary and banks staff through NHS Professionals. If you are interested in flexible working at King's, register with the organisation and apply for temporary vacancies through its recruitment site.
Training and education
The Trust works closely with our partners in higher education – King’s College London Florence Nightingale School of Nursing & Midwifery and London Southbank University – to support pre- and postgraduate students.
In addition, we are committed to supporting all clinical staff through continuous professional growth, by offering a wide range of development opportunities throughout their career at King’s. Grants are available to support further training.