Registered Nurse Jobs in London

The UK’s healthcare system relies heavily on the hard work of its nurses, especially in the current climate of the COVID-19 pandemic. With this increased demand comes a larger requirement for fresh graduates to join the registered nurse ranks. For those looking to pursue a career in nursing, registered nurse jobs in the UK offer an exciting opportunity to make a difference and become part of an essential profession. Staff nurses are responsible for providing direct care to patients and ensuring their well-being.


  • Attending the university delivering the apprenticeship
  • Completing all placements successfully including working within your scope of competence but also putting your learning as a Nursing degree apprentice into practice during placements
  • Completing all assignments and exams successfully

Working Conditions:

  • Attend all tri-partite meetings with your university advisors and Trust links
  • Adhering to the NMC Code of Practice at all times
  • To participate in shared care with other agencies, services as required.
  • To demonstrate independent working without direct supervision.
  • To provide planned, delegated nursing care to patients in their own homes or other settings as appropriate.
  • Provide accurate feedback on patient care to the District Nurse and team.

Salary & Benefits:

  • £20,300 a year is estimated salary for the role as RN in London.
  • Lived Experience of Mental Health Staff Network
  • flexible working
  • Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Network (BME)
  • Employee Assistance programmer: a free and confidential service to help with personal life
  • Buy & Sell Annual Leave
  • Careers at Work Network
  • Physio Med: an education zone, advice line and treatment service for staff
  • Staff Wellbeing Zone for free and confidential online health and wellbeing programmers
  • The Recovery College: offers a range of health and wellbeing courses for staff
  • Salary sacrifice

Key Points:

  • Completing all assignments and exams successfully
  • Asking for support either form the university of your line manager if you have any difficulties
  • Attend all tri-partite meetings with your university advisors and Trust links

As a health care support worker you will be expected to:

  • Carry out delegated clinical work from the nursing team.
  • Refer and liaise with other agencies and professionals as appropriate for patient need.
  • Have knowledge and understanding of current infection control issues and apply universal precautions.
  • Encourage patients towards self-care and independence.


  • Adhere to the NMC Code of Practice at all times
  • Participate in Clinical Supervision and Clinical update
  • Attend in-service and professional training as required
  • Keep accurate written and computerized records
  • Assist in teaching and support to students
  • Participate in team meetings and group discussions.
How to Apply?