Welcome to our international colleagues employed in roles with NMC or HCPC registration

The National Health Service (NHS) offers many different registered roles, in different settings, with different ways of working, within hundreds of organisations. This creates a unique opportunity for people who want a varied, flexible and challenging career as part of a world-class culture. We welcome international registered colleagues to Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust (DCHS).

Map of Uk with Derby.pngReasons you should live in Derbyshire:

  • Surrounded by countryside and close to the Peak District National Park
  • Affordable house prices
  • Good rail and road links to London, Nottingham, Leicester, and Birmingham
  • Great schools
  • Plenty of shops and entertainment
  • Where the role meets the trust’s relocation expenses guide, we will help with your accommodation costs during your first three months and help with your travel expenses to the UK.
  • A good value option can be to rent a room in a shared house. These usually include all expenses within your rent, and you just buy your food.

These are good websites to register your details with:

  • Spare Room
  • Zoopla
  • OnTheMarket.com
  • RightMove
  • We will offer advice on getting a UK mobile phone or SIM card and how to set up a UK bank account.
  • We will also advise on how to register with a doctor, dentist, and eye care.

Browse through all our vacancies to find the right job for you. Please note that we are only able to sponsor individuals in roles that fall under the UK immigration rules for skilled workers.

Click here for more information on our current vacancies.

In addition, we will support you by providing:

  • Advice on finding your ongoing accommodation.
  • A tailored induction to the Trust and your area of work.
  • Time to study for your OSCE test and undertake essential training.
  • Access to online support for your OSCE before the test.
  • A period working at a supernumerary level once you are qualified.
  • Enrolment on the Trust’s preceptorship programme – as a newly registered healthcare professional.