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With so many different careers on offer, there is a job for you, no matter what your interests, skills or qualifications.

If you would like more information about the opportunities available to you, please fill in the form on the right, and one of our team will be in touch with you. 

Careers Events

If you are considering joining our team, or a career in the NHS, please come along to one of our events to talk to our friendly staff: find out more about working with us, and how we can support you to develop your career.

NHS Step into Health Insight Day for the Armed Forces Community

 Tuesday, 24th July 2018, 09:30 – 14:00

Warneford Hospital, Oxford, OX3 7JX

The ‘Step into Health’ Programme has been created because the NHS recognises the transferable skills and cultural values that armed forces personnel develop when serving, and how they are compatible with those required within NHS roles.

There are over 350 different careers in the NHS and there is a role for everyone with the right skills and values, almost half of which are non-clinical. You can enter the NHS whatever your background, previous work experience and qualifications.

Whether you are thinking of your long term future beyond the armed forces, currently making the transition to civilian life or are already a veteran looking for your next career move, this event is for you. Spouses and dependents of serving personnel and veterans are very welcome to attend to explore the varied career opportunities offered by the NHS.

About the Insight Day

We would like to invite you to explore the transferable skills that you have and the potential training and career opportunities available within the NHS: whether you are interested in catering, maintenance, administration, finance, communications, management, or a role in one of the clinical services, to name but a few, this programme will benefit you.

The morning will consist of talks from our Senior Lead for the Step into Health Programme, our HR Director as well as some of our veterans who have made the transition into the NHS.

You will then have the opportunity to meet some of our team members to find out about the wide-ranging roles available within the NHS and what it is like to work for an organisation that is dedicated to providing excellent care by excellent people.

 Event schedule



Arrival and registration


Welcome and introduction


What you can bring to the NHS


Personal experience account


What the NHS can do for you


Personal experience account


Personal experience account


Q&A session & next steps


Lunch and networking


Jobs fair

 Book your place

To book your place please contact Diane Woodward, Armed Forces Champion, by emailing


Other opportunities

Learn about our supportive preceptorship programme and our recently launched allied health professionals strategy.

Armed Forces friendly

We fully support all staff who are members of or are wishing to become members of the armed forces, as well as those who have previously served. 

We welcome applications from the Armed Forces community, including military spouses, and are committed to providing a supportive environment throughout your career with us.

Our efforts have been recognised by our bronze award for the Ministry of Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS), and we are signatories on the armed forces covenant.

We support armed forces personnel by:

  • Offering additional paid leave to reservists during annual camp training
  • Establishing strong links with local armed forces units
  • Having a NHS Reserves Forces Champion/Veterans Health Champion.

If you would like to find out more about our support for the Armed Forces then, please contact our armed forces champion Diane Woodward, by emailing or calling 01865 902316.

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