Living and Working
Living and Working Overseas as a Healthcare Professional
Living and working overseas is a great way to broaden your skillset, meet new people, explore new cultures, and develop confidence.
Charkos makes it simple by handling each aspect of moving to a new country, including preparing you for English language and professional skills assessments, arranging visas, securing employment with reputable healthcare providers, pastoral support, and locum work if required.
Charkos currently places candidates in the UK and is in the process of recruiting candidates for Australia.
In order to work in countries like the UK, Australia, Canada, and Saudi Arabia, you need to demonstrate a good command of the english language by successfully passing assessments offered by accredited testing organizations.
Regulatory bodies will assess your professional qualifications in the country, and you may also be required to undertake a practical exam to demonstrate proficiency.
For more information, head to the Education and Training page.
We can help you plan your new international career
Connect with the Charkos team to discuss your options.Our team has expert professionals from the industry who can discuss your aspirations and expectations from your career in healthcare overseas.Our experienced professionals are here to assist you in every step of your journey.We take the time to understand your aspirations and expectations for your future international career.
We can provide guidance about the work environment, visa requirements, including English language and registration, and the recruitment process to help you decide if it’s for you.
Why Work in the United Kingdom?
The UK offers many benefits to candidates wishing to pursue a career in health care, such as job security, competitive salary, flexible working schedule, continuous learning, and much more.
Charkos have been working with many NHS Trusts and private providers for several years and have a very established reputation for providing high-quality candidates. You will benefit from our experience and relationships.
Roles Charkos will be Recruiting for in Australia
Charkos will be recruiting Registered Nurses with various specialties, including:
We are also assisting healthcare providers in Australia in recruiting radiographers.
Why work in Australia
Australia is a destination of choice for the benefits provided to candidates pursuing health care as a profession. The benefits include reasonable remuneration, career advancement opportunities, flexible work arrangements, great weather and lifestyle, and much more.
In Australia, Charkos works with public and private healthcare and aged care providers who deliver care in major capital cities and some regional areas across Australia.
Let Us Help You Plan Your Journey
Our experienced professionals are here to assist you in every step of your journey to migrate to Australia and further your professional career.
If you would like to explore new options, you can connect with the Charkos team. We take the time to understand your aspirations and expectations for a career in Australia.
We can guide the work environment, visa requirements, including english language and registration, and the recruitment process to help you decide if it’s for you.
The UK offers many benefits to candidates wishing to pursue a career in health care, such as job security, competitive salary, flexible working schedule, continuous learning, and much more. Charkos has placed many candidates with NHS Trusts and private healthcare providers in the following areas.
Adult Nursing – help us meet the ever-increasing demand for experienced Registered Nurses in the UK with the support of Charkos’ unique training program, which will prepare you to start your UK career successfully. Our experienced professionals are here to assist you in every step of your journey to obtain your NMC accreditation.
Mental Health Nursing – as a mental health professional, you must manage patients with the utmost care. Charkos has developed a unique mental health foundation training program for the UK, which helps applicants develop specialist skills in mental health, including Psychosocial Interventions, the Use of the Recovery Model, Care of those with Personality Disorders, and Dual Diagnosis. The program is taught via a combination of online and face-to-face learning.
Community Care Nursing – if providing high-quality care to the community outside hospital settings is your passion, enroll yourself with Charkos and receive direct training from industry experts and access to digital resources. Our experts can explain how community care works, with varied shifts and the challenges of managing patients with different conditions outside the hospital.
Pediatric Nursing – whether you wish to work part-time or full-time, temporary or permanent, Charkos offer a wide range of pediatric nursing opportunities to candidates.
Radiographers – COVID-19 has exacerbated the demand for radiographers in the UK. You can choose to become either a diagnostic radiographer or a therapeutic radiographer. As a radiographer, you will assist hospitals with capturing and interpreting images. Charkos will help to familiarise you with your responsibilities as a radiographer in the UK.
Occupational Therapists – working as an occupational therapist, you will help patients recovering from illness, trauma, disability, and a range of long-term conditions. Charkos prepares you for real scenarios through specially designed modules and trainer-led sessions.
Oncologist – if you have extensive knowledge about cancer and can apprise patients of the multiple treatment options, you can choose an oncologist as a career option. While the UK NHS provides ample opportunities for oncologists with great benefits, Charkos is also ideally placed to map your requirements with the best opportunity available. The team at Charkos is well-experienced, with enough professional years who stand by you at every step of your journey.
there is currently a high demand for psychiatrists in the UK. Charkos provides support throughout the process, including HCPC registrations.
Anaesthesiologist – if you’re interested in pursuing a future as an anaesthesiologist, it can be helpful to know the process and list of expectations while pursuing your career. Generally, an anaesthesiologist completes general, medical, and specialized training before they begin their work in the field. Therefore, training to become a qualified anaesthesiologist can be highly extensive. Charkos team will help you steer through the process and guide you through the journey.
Charkos is proud to be one of 11 organizations that have been appointed to the new Workforce Improvement Services (WIS) Framework, which went live in early 2022 and is overseen by the NHS Workforce Alliance.
With this innovative framework, we can offer NHS trusts and ICSs much broader and more comprehensive workforce solutions, emphasizing supply/demand balancing, upskilling trust staff, knowledge transfer, and exit planning. Thus, ensuring long-term and sustainable improvements. Workforce solutions covered by WIS include: