One of the world’s top ten cities to visit, Hull in Northern England is a fascinating place with a unique outlook on life. Friendly locals, affordable property prices and living costs, all in a dry and mild climate (by English standards!) make it a great place to live.
A leading provider of renal services is recruiting general nurses for their clinic in Hull. While you must have at least 6-12 months’ nursing experience, previous dialysis experience is not required as full training will be provided. This is a great chance to learn new skills and work with an employer that truly values their nurses and the importance of one to one patient care. See the full job description.
Our client will offer overseas nurses a £2,000 relocation package and assistance with finding accommodation. You will need to have your NMC Pin or to have started the NMC registration process. Apply here.
Rough Guides named Hull alongside Reykjavik, Mexico City, Seoul, Vancouver and Nashville on its list of Top 10 Cities to visit in 2016. The worldwide travel guide listed Hull’s distinctive home-grown creativity, atmospheric pubs, excellent museums and a picturesque Old Town as great reasons to spend time in the UK’s “most poetic city.”
From 1 January – 31 December 2017 Hull will be transformed into the UK’s City of Culture celebrating the character of this great city through a spectacular calendar of events, projects and exhibitions bringing thousands of visitors from all over the UK and beyond.
A waterfront city with a history of merchants, whaling and fishing, Hull’s biggest maritime attraction is now a huge aquarium called The Deep, one of the best in the world. The city centre, marina and university quarter are full of restaurants, cafes, bars and theatres. Prospect Centre, Princes Quay and St Stephen’s Shopping Centres have everyone’s favourite high street shops so you can shop to your heart’s content before heading out to experience Hull’s thriving music scene.
In Hull, you will be 30 minutes from the beach, an hour from Leeds and two and half hours on the train from Central London and Birmingham. Hull is located in East Yorkshire with timeless countryside all around. The dales, moors and coast of Yorkshire are so famous they have leant their name to puddings, ales and even pupies!