Think that the NHS has only got clinical careers to offer? Think again.
There are more than 350 clinical and non-clinical roles in the NHS. Whatever your experience, the NHS has a career that could be suitable for you. Whether you are interested in maintenance, administration, management, finance, communications, catering, or a role in one of the clinical services, getting involved in Step into Health is a step towards a career in the NHS.
Different skills gained from serving in the Armed Forces or being part of the community can be linked across to different roles within the NHS. To learn more, visit the Health Careers webpage, NHS Scotland Careers or NHS Wales Careersand see how your experience compares to what’s available in the NHS.
It’s not just the experience you have, but the skills that matter too. The NHS values the transferable skills such as teamwork, problem solving and communication that are a part of military life.
Unsure about what role would be best for you? Use the Find Your Career tool and answer questions about your skills and experience to see where your future career could take you. You can also use the Pathways Tool to explore apprenticeship routes into a variety of NHS roles.
Find out more about making the step to an NHS role and sign up to our candidate system to allow NHS organisations to reach out to you directly.
Read our case study examples of those who have made the successful transition to an NHS career or find out more information on how to secure a work placement.
Apprenticeships offer routes into many NHS careers through a mix of on-the-job training and classroom learning. The wide variety of apprenticeships available within the NHS include both clinical and non-clinical, so if you are interested in re-training and finding a new career path, explore Health Careers’ apprenticeships overview.