Hey there, folks! It’s Daniel here, and today, I’ve got some fantastic news for you. If you’ve been looking for job opportunities with Tier 2 Visa sponsorship in the United Kingdom, you’re in for a treat. The NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme is now officially open for applications, and guess what?
The deadline isn’t too far away, closing on the 30th of October, 2023. So, if you’re ready to explore non-health-related job roles within the NHS, stick around because I’m about to spill all the details on how to apply, what you need, and, most importantly, the Visa sponsorship options up for grabs.
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The NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme
Let’s dive into this golden opportunity—the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme. It’s tailor-made for those seeking non-health-related roles within the NHS. If you’re an international student in the UK eyeing Visa sponsorship, you’re in the right place. This is an opportunity you can’t afford to miss. And guess what? There’s a variety of options within the scheme, each with its unique career path.
Career Paths Galore
Suppose you’re gunning for the General Management Training. In that case, you’ll have the chance to explore roles such as Outpatient Deputy General Manager, Clinical Service Support Manager, Strategy and Partnership Manager, and Delivery and Service Improvement Manager, among others.
For those inclined toward Health Analytics, completing the training can lead to roles like Data and Information Analyst, Business Intelligence Officer, Clinical Coding Analyst, Performance Analyst, and Commercial Development Analyst.
If you’re all about Finance, you can venture into roles like Finance Manager, Business Analyst, Management Accountant, Pricing Analyst, and even Director of Finance. The opportunities are limitless.
And for those with a knack for Human Resources, the scheme offers roles such as Resourcing Manager, HR Manager, and Assistant HR Business Partner.
Looking to make an impact in Policy and Strategy? You might find your calling as a Relationship Manager, End of Life Care Team Member, Primary Care Delivery Manager, Accelerate 10 Access Collaborative Manager, or in various other positions.
Last, if Health Informatics is your jam, you could work as an App Developer, Informatics and Project Manager, Public Health Analyst, Strategic Analyst, Information Analytics Lead, or Digital Projects and Program Manager.
How to Apply for Tier 2 Visa Sponsorship
Now that you’re excited about these possibilities let’s talk about how to kickstart your journey. Applications for the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme are open until the 31st of October 2023. To apply, follow the link on the screen for the specific scheme that piques your interest, whether General Management, Health Analytics, Finance, HR, Policy and Strategy, or Health Informatics.
The Recruitment Process
The recruitment process is divided into three stages:
- Online Assessments: In this stage, you’ll be tested on numerical and verbal reasoning skills. Make sure to complete this by the 10th of November, 2023, if you qualify.
- Work-Based Scenario: If you ace the online assessments, you’ll move on to this stage. Here, you’ll be evaluated on your transferable skills from previous or current job roles and how they relate to your new position within the NHS. This stage must be completed by the 17th of November, 2023.
- Virtual Assessment Center (VAC): This is where you’ll meet the NHS team and fellow candidates. It’s a comprehensive evaluation; if you succeed here, you’ll receive an immediate offer. If not, don’t worry; you can reapply when the new cohorts begin.
Eligibility and Entry Requirements
Now, let’s talk about the basic requirements. You must have at least a 2:2 degree minimum in any subject to be eligible. Health Analytics requires a 2:2 minimum degree in numerate subjects or a degree with at least 30% numerate content. If you have a postgraduate qualification like an MBA, Master’s, or PhD, you’re also eligible for specific roles. And if your qualifications are in health or management-related fields, you can also apply.
Rights to Work in the UK
For international students in the UK, this is a golden opportunity. If you have a student visa that permits you to live and work part-time in the UK, you’re in luck. The scheme welcomes applications from candidates requiring the skilled worker visa who are currently in the UK on a Tier 4 or student visa, excluding Tier 4 dependents. So, if you’re an international student in the UK, seize this chance.
Don’t Miss Out
International students, don’t let this opportunity slip through your fingers. If you’re wrapping up your master’s program later this year or early next year, you can still apply. The job world will likely pick up in 2024, making this a perfect fit for your career goals.