Career and Job Opportunities
In these challenging times, we are working harder than ever to make sure there’s no better place to find primary and community care jobs in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Jobs are advertised on the various sites below.
Note: Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub (NATH) is not responsible for external sites and all external sites will open in a new window.
There are currently no vacancies at NATH.
There is so much more to apprenticeships than you might think. They are for anyone, at any age, and another route into employment with their own benefits. This includes gaining more hands-on practical experience than you would with a university degree alone. It is great for people who love to learn and get stuck in!
We can help support primary care colleagues into apprenticeships and GP Practices to set up new apprenticeships. Get in contact with us to discuss.
Funding to support your continuous professional development (CPD)
We have various funding streams that can be used for you to attend training courses to develop your career. It can support short courses, conferences and university level modules which commence before the end of the financial year (1 April – 31 March). It cannot be used for mandatory training such first aid, basic life support, or safeguarding. This can be accessed by the non-medical, primary care workforce in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire (unfortunately it is not available for GPs).
Use the NHS Jobs site to search for local jobs. Try searching for key words such as "primary care" and use your local postcode or Nottingham as the location. The advanced search option allows for more refinement in any job search.
GP Jobs has been founded by GPs for medical staff in primary care throughout the UK to make the task of advertising and searching for jobs fast, simple and intuitive.
Become a primary care nurse
Have you already decided where you want to work when you qualify? Did you consider working in primary care? A lot of people think that you need to get experience before going to work in primary care as a nurse, but there is now a lot of support available meaning you can start as a newly qualified nurse!
Nursing careers in the community
Introducing pre-registration nursing students and newly qualified nurses to working in the community as a career destination.
We would like to introduce preceptorship packages aimed at practice nurse team members to support their first 12-18 months of primary care. Suggested clinical skills and available courses, alongside wider career development and sources of support. The resources include:
Medical Mavericks' mission is to inspire the next generation of medics and scientists by taking real medical and sports science equipment into schools, colleges and events all over the UK.
Students and teachers can visit the website and look for more information and resources about how to get into a career in health and social care.
Routes into and through Advanced Practice
Health Education England (HEE) defines advanced practice as a defined level of practice within clinical professions such as nursing, pharmacy, paramedics and occupational therapy. This level of practice is designed to transform and modernise pathways of care, enabling the safe and effective sharing of skills across traditional professional boundaries.
Future Nurse Event
The below videos are recordings of an event held to help enthuse, encourage and prepare potential nursing students. It is aimed at year 11-13s, but is suitable for anyone considering a career in nursing, including entering as a mature student.
Explore your future in nursing
The Late Career Hub - CARE4Notts
Here you will find late careers information for health and social care organisations across Nottinghamshire. The site includes:
Information on retirement, pensions and later life planning including a range of videos and downloadable infographics and case studies
A toolkit for managers and leaders supporting late career healthcare professionals (covering flexible working, succession planning, and leadership and culture)
A late Career Framework, showcasing career diversity later in life
Information and resources from our newly piloted Late Career Support and Development Programme
Flexible working and coaching resources for individuals and managers
Nottinghamshire Local Medical Committee (LMC) advertises jobs in general practice.
Applying for medical school?
FutureLearn website is offering a free online course on Applying for Medical School and Becoming a Medical Student.
Thinking of studying healthcare?
The new Studying Healthcare website provides information on how to apply for a degree in medicine, dentistry or pharmacy. Managed by the Medical Schools Council it offers access to videos, webinars and advice with a particular focus on widening access. It enables students, parents and school staff to access events and resources from university health faculties.