We are currently looking for Nurses to work in Bristol.


New&exciting opportunities!


Bristol is for sure one of the places that you should consider when thinking in moving to the UK. It is a culturally and historically rich city, with stunning architecture and a multicultural society.


Known as a creative, exciting and young town, it has been named as the happiest city in the UK and often features in “The Best Place to Live in Britain” lists.


Bristol really is one of a kind. It is frequently described as “a small city that feels like a big city”, because there are plenty of things to do and see.


Alongside with these excellent living conditions, there are a lot of opportunities for Nurses who are looking to enhance their careers.



Right in the heart of Bristol, you will find the University Hospitals Bristol Foundation Trust, a dynamic and thriving group of hospitals with 11.500 staff who deliver over 100 different clinical services. The Trust is currently one of only seven in the country to have been rated by The Care Quality Commission (CQC) as “Outstanding” twice and one of only three general acute Trusts to achieve this.


Focused on growth and in providing the best care to their patients, University Hospitals Bristol Foundation Trust plans to merge with Weston Area Health Trust as an organization, and with that, a lot of exciting opportunities came along!



  • ICU
  • A&E


On Offer:

  • Permanent contract starting at £24.214 up to £30,401 depending on experience;
  • Signing bonus;
  • Flight voucher 100€;
  • On-going professional in-house training;
  • Possibility to start working as Band_4*;
  • Reimbursement of OET Training;
  • Reimbursement of OET Exam.

*(Depending on professional experience, English starting level and Hospital approval)



  • Experience (experience acquired through internships accepted);
  • Good English level;
  • NMC Registration (valuable but not mandatory).


Are you an outstanding nurse ready for your next challenge? Apply!

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