WE ARE COMING TO THE PHILIPPINES
CHANGE OF DATES ANNOUNCEMENT
Thank you to those who have already submitted your applications for our in-person interviews. We have made the decision to postpone the event until September 2022. More details coming soon. Please take this time to make yourself the best possible candidate by studying and scheduling your IELTS/OET exam and getting your NMC required English Language certificate.
There are a limited number of interview slots, so submit your CV and get shortlisted.
Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity for in-person interviews. REGISTER TODAY!
HELPFUL AND FRIENDLY
MEET THE TEAM
Julian Gerretsen (NEU Professionals Director), Jaime Montero (NEU Project Manager and Former NHS Nurse), Joanna Tuazon (International Recruitment Community Lead at CapitalNurse) and other members of the CapitalNurse and CapitalMidwife team will be in the Philippines for a few days offering in-person interviews for CapitalNurse and CapitalMidwife in London for registered midwives and registered nurses of the following specialities:
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NEU Professionals Project Manager and Former NHS Nurse
International Recruitment Community Lead at CapitalNurse
Adult General Nurses
Registered nurses with 1 year + experience in adult medical wards or adult home care for hospitals or community nursing roles.
Please be aware that an IELTS/OET certificate at the level required by the NMC is essential to apply for our Adult General nursing positions.
Registered nurses with minimum 1 year experience in paediatrics. Paediatric nursing involves everything from nursing a sick newborn to an adolescent road accident victim. You’ll need to consider the care and support needed by the wider family, including parents and carers. Nursing a child is not just a question of caring for a small adult. Children have very specific health needs and you need to understand how a healthy child develops towards adulthood to minimise the impact of illness.
Please be aware that an IELTS/OET certificate at the level required by the NMC is essential to apply for our Paediatric nursing positions.
Mental Health and Paediatric Mental Health Nurses
Your role is to promote and support a person’s recovery, helping them live independent and fulfilling lives.
Registered nurses with 12 months + recent Mental Health experience, for adult and community (home care) roles, this could include any experience in caring for older adults with mental health conditions (e.g., Dementia, Alzheimers), caring for patients with substance abuse problems, working with patients with other mental health conditions (e.g. eating disorders, post-natal depression), or caring for children with mental health conditions.
Learning Disability Nurses
Learning disability nurses work to provide specialist healthcare and support to people with a learning disability, as well as their families and staff teams, to help them live a fulfilling life.
Registered nurses with 12 months + experience working with adults or children with learning disabilities e.g. autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit, hyperactivity disorder, developmental disorder.
Minimum 12 months working experience as a Registered Midwife (academic internships not considered). Midwives are likely to be the lead health professional and contact for a woman, providing evidence-based information and helping her make informed choices about the options and services available throughout her pregnancy. Midwives should be comfortable working with women from a variety of backgrounds. Some women and their families might be homeless, socially excluded, have disabilities or be very young.
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UPCOMING COACHING & SUPPORT WEBINARS
WE WANT YOU TO SUCCEED
Our series of webinars offer you the opportunity to engage with our recruitment consultants and NHS Trusts. Learn about all the benefits of working for the NHS, living in the UK, and how to register with the NMC, including English language requirements. We’ll also help you with interview preparation. Please attend as many of these coaching and support webinars as you can to answer your questions and make your in-person interview a success!
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WORKING AT THE NHS IN LONDON
CapitalNurse’s vision is to “get nursing right for London”
CapitalNurse includes some of London’s biggest NHS Trusts, ensuring that London has the right number of nurses with the right skills, working to deliver excellent nursing care, wherever it is needed. No competition between Trusts, just one collaborative effort. This supportive environment allows extensive career progression opportunities.
CapitalMidwife has been developed to apply “once for London” solutions
Midwives are also highly respected members of the multi-disciplinary team providing high quality evidence-based information to support women to make their own choices and decisions. As part of their work, they are developing a range of products to enable London midwives to develop and grow throughout their career.
Whether you’re an ambitious nurse who’s keen to progress to a more senior role, or you have a partner or spouse who’s looking for a new career, there could be no better place to do it than London. Promotions and job opportunities at all levels abound in this cutting-edge and fast-moving city. With a large number of ‘University’ hospitals in the capital, there’s are also plenty of highly sought-after training opportunities that you’ll be able to access easily.
Of course, there are lots of other reasons to live and work in London, too. As one of the most exciting cities in the world, the capital of England offers every kind of entertainment imaginable, along with a mind-blowing array of attractions, landmarks and places of historical significance. You’d be surprised by how much sightseeing you can do simply by walking around the capital!
London is also one of the most multicultural cities in the world, with more than 200 languages being spoken by its inhabitants, and every type of cuisine on offer at its many restaurants, markets and food stores. In fact, some of our nurses describe the area they live in as a real ‘home from home’, with friends and neighbours who share their cultural heritage, and local events that bring the community together. London prides itself on its diversity, as do its NHS Trusts!
The Trusts involved in the CapitalNurse Overseas Recruitment Consortium are all located within the London area and the iconic city centre of the capital is easily accessible by Underground or other public transport. Because of the excellent transport links, very few people in London have their own car, but there are plenty of car sharing schemes in the city, should you ever need one.
City centre aside, London has 33 districts, each with its own unique character and assortment of shops and amenities, schools and recreational areas, which means there are plenty of areas for you to choose from when it comes to finding the right one for you and any family members who might be joining you. You might even get some extra help with the cost of living, with many nurses working in the capital being given an additional allowance that’s often referred to as ‘London weighting’.
If you want to know more about the cost of living in London and other information about moving to the city, you might find the following links helpful:
SUPPORT AT EVERY STEP
NEU Professionals is known for our award-winning recruitment services in the medical and healthcare communities around the world. But we know that we cannot do it alone without the support of our partners here in the UK and abroad. This support helps give us credibility and connections among local communities and stakeholders, as well as lasting support for our candidates both before and after they arrive in the UK.
Philippine Nurses Association - United Kingdom
The caring and fortifying light giver committed to providing opportunities for the professional growth and development of world class Philippine nurses
We are pleased to be supported by and partner with the Philippine Nurses Association (PNA-UK) for our in-person interviews in the Philippines this July. Founded in 2003, this non-profit organization continues to lead the way, providing example and inspiration to other diaspora nursing associations.
With over 14,000 followers on social media around the world, this association continues to be a beacon for Filipinos who wish to better their lives and advance their careers by working at the NHS.
PNA-UK Mission Statement
- Provide strategic directions and progress that enhance competencies of nurses to be globally competitive
- Sustain the quality of work and collegial interactions with and amongst Philippine nurses and other nursing networks
- Strengthen the internal capacity and capabilities for quality care and services to the nurse
- Explore possibilities of collaborative work within the association and with other organisation
Our POEA Partners
NEU Professionals is dedicated in protecting candidates rights and representing their best interests throughout the recruitment process. To ensure we and our Trusts are following with all POEA requirements, we have partnered with two agencies to help give all our Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) candidates protection and peace of mind while they are being recruited and once they are hired.