What do we do?

We offer a free, trusted service that helps international workers to fulfil their dream of working in the UK. With global offices and multilingual consultants, we can help you find a permanent job in the NHS, private sector or local authorities.

And we have opportunities across the country including major cities like London, Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester.

Our support is end-to-end, so we’ll help with everything from what you need to apply for a job, to setting up your bank account when you arrive. We’ll also help with interview preparation, finding accommodation, and everything you need to know about the application process.

So let’s get your journey started. Send an enquiry form to us, and we will get in touch.

Julián Enriquez Alvarez, a Nurse from Spain Everything is fantastic. I\'m well settled and doing all courses and training. I have accommodation in the hospital residence which is quite good and saves me considerable money on transport. Thank you HCL for all the help offered.
Giorgia Paparella, a Nurse from Rome Just go for it! There will always be things like family at home, but just try it because you never know what might happen. I’ve done so well since I came here, like my promotion, which I couldn’t have imagined before I moved. It’s not easy in every way, but it’s worth it, and HCL helped me with a lot. Definitely try it; do something for yourself.
Dr Kasim Kolakkadan, a doctor from India I’d definitely recommend other Indian doctors to come and work here. If they are not planning to settle down in the UK, they work for a couple of years. A work experience in the UK will provide every Doctor with a lot of invaluable professional experience and it’s an excellent step in everyone’s career. In addition, it’s a huge advantage when searching for a job anywhere in the world. A couple of years work experience in the UK makes a person internationally acceptable.
Dario Marras, a surgical nurse from Italy Italy is where I was born and I think this is where I can create a family in future, but the UK is the place where I can grow personally and professionally. It’s very good to get to know a new place, totally different from my home country. My advice to other foreign nurses is to come here to build a better future for themselves. I’d advise them to abandon their fears and uncertainties that cross their minds, such as leaving family and friends. Be confident, this is an incredible and exciting opportunity.

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