Taking your nursing career to Scotland is a move up in every possible way.
Because of our training and practice, our nurses are recognised across the globe. And with clear job progression, you’ll have the opportunity to gain experience that will be career defining.
Our roles offer a variety of practice areas, a wide range of geographical settings from vibrant cities to glorious rural locations plus great rewards and the chance to be truly innovative.
When we say rewards, we mean it. Not only is the work diverse and progressive, your pay and benefits will be the envy of the rest of the UK too.
Outside of work, there is so much to enjoy too. Scotland is an expansively beautiful place to live. The countless areas of natural scenic beauty, our breathtaking national parks, fresh Scottish air and historic cities mean you’ll never be far away from your next extra-curricular activity.
And wherever you land, you’ll find vibrant communities that are hubs of creativity, contemporary culture and education.
The time to move up is now.
NHS Tayside is the perfect place to position you for a rewarding career and access all areas throughout Scotland.
Within easy reach of Scotland’s major cities and a gateway to the Highlands and Islands, look no further than NHS Tayside.
We have vacancies across our Acute Hospitals, Mental Health and Learning Disability Services, as well as Health & Social Care Partnerships.
Adult Nursing opportunities include :
Critical Care / HDU
Medicine for the Elderly including Stroke
Theatres including Recovery, Anaesthetics and Scrub
Mental Health and Learning Disability Nursing opportunities include :
Acute Admission In-Patient
Medium and Low Secure Units
CAMHS In / Out-Patient and Community
Older Peoples Mental Health Service
Crisis Resolution / Home Treatment Team
Intensive Psychiatric Care
Learning Disability Assessment
Forensic Learning Disabilities Services
Nursing opportunities with the Health & Social Care Partnerships include :
Care and Treatment Services
Medicine for the Elderly
Specialist Palliative Care
Community Adult Nursing and In-Patients