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OVERSEAS RECRUITMENT


UK, EEA & Non-EEA Resourcing

Our clients are facing significant workforce attraction and retention issues when trying to recruit experienced health and social care staff. This is compounded by a lack of students choosing to make health and social their vocation.


Zenj HSC Recruitment permanent division offers unrivalled access to health and social professionals from around the globe. Our expertise in this field and a proven history of sourcing quality candidates from within the U.K and across both EEA & Non-EEA markets allows our partners to accurately plan for spikes in demand, reduce reliance on agency staff and deliver improvements for service users across the board.

How can we make a difference?

We work collaboratively with our clients to build bespoke volume recruitment campaigns that have an immediate impact – recent experience suggests we can save you thousands per candidate in their first 12 months alone. What’s more, we manage all aspects of the hiring process (including advertising, filtering and processing CVs, pre-selecting candidates, interviewing) and provide comprehensive aftercare services to both candidates and clients.

We also conduct:

• Comprehensive candidate pre-screening.
• Telephone/Skype and face-to-face interviews.
• Assistance with candidates’ registrations to GMC/NMC/HCPC.

• Visa/sponsorships and right to work in the United Kingdom.
• Verification/requesting in-country police check.
• Collection of references to cover the last five years.


We want to make sure every candidate settles successfully into their new jobs and want to stay long term. Therefore, our aftercare service is second-to-none and it includes support & advice on:
• Pre & Post offer information.
• Relocation.
• Orientation into local area including information on schools & colleges.
• National Insurance number and bank accounts for non-British citizens.
Recruiting with Zenj HSC Recruitment poses no financial risk when it comes to recruitment fees as we don’t invoice until your candidate starts and we offer favourable rebate periods.
For more information, please get in touch with us.

Moving to the UK

We’ve helped a few health and social care professionals to come to the UK. So, if you’re serious about working here, you’re in the right place. There are over 55,000 NHS England staff who are from other EU countries.

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.


Our business operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week and ensures we give you constant and regular work on a daily, weekly and long term basis, we build strong relationships with our personnel which allows us to make your work with us hassle free.

Our dedicated permanent recruitment team specialise in finding you permanent positions within our client group and take the hassle out of finding a permanent job.

"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....."

Relocation support
From landing your first job to opening a bank account, we’ll provide step-by-step support to ensure you relocate smoothly and successfully. We understand that relocating to the UK is a big decision. But we’ve helped hundreds of overseas candidates start their careers in the UK, by helping with:

Within our recruitment teams individual roles include:

CV writing We review and edit hundreds of CVs every day, so will help to craft yours to suit the role you’re applying for.
Interview preparation The registration process can be confusing, but your dedicated consultant will guide you through every step.
NMC/GMC/HCPC registrationThe registration process can be confusing, but your dedicated consultant will guide you through every step. Once you are in our recruitment process you will be given access to our interactive how-to guide.
Visa applicationWhere relevant, we’ll offer guidance on completing every stage of your visa application.
Booking flights to the UK With so many choices available, we’ll assist you with booking your flight so you get the best deal.
Welcoming you at the airport A Zenj HSC Recruitment representative can meet you at the airport to help you settle in the UK.
Booking temporary accommodation We’ll support you in booking temporary accommodation, to give you some time to find something more permanent.
Finding permanent accommodation The housing market is very competitive in the UK, but we’ll help you to ensure you don’t miss out.
Schools and childcare All children in the UK between the ages of 5 and 16 are entitled to a free place at a state school. Schools are broken down into primary schools (5-11 year olds), and secondary schools (11-16 year olds). Free education is also available for 16-19 year old, either at secondary schools or sixth form colleges. For younger children, nursery school is available for 3-4 year olds, and many hospitals offer crèches for staff with younger children.

Transport from the airportWe can organise your airport transfer, so you have one less thing to worry about.
Supporting you throughout your employment Our support is ongoing. So once you start your job, we’ll be in regular contact to support you in any way you need.
Setting up a bank account and a national insurance number Not having a bank account opened could delay your first payment – so we’ll help you to set one up immediately.
Registering with a GP and dentist We’ll help you get set up with a local doctor or dentist as soon as you arrive.
24/7 relocation support We will be here for you 24 hours a day. So you don’t need to worry – whatever happens, we’ll have the answer.
Schools and childcare All children in the UK between the ages of 5 and 16 are entitled to a free place at a state school. Schools are broken down into primary schools (5-11 year olds), and secondary schools (11-16 year olds). Free education is also available for 16-19 year old, either at secondary schools or sixth form colleges. For younger children, nursery school is available for 3-4 year olds, and many hospitals offer crèches for staff with younger children.
How to apply for a school place You can apply for both primary and secondary school places for your children online or by using your council’s application form:
http://www.gov.uk/schools-admissions/applying
To find out about the admission criteria used by schools, visit http://www.gov.uk/schools-admissions/admissions-criteria

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