How to Join King's College NHS Trust?

Recruitment processes can seem daunting, but they don’t need to be. Our recruitment consultants will guide you through the entire process, keeping regular contact and ensuring you feel fully supported at each step. We’ve broken the King’s College Hospital recruitment process down in to six easy steps to ensure you know exactly what’s required:


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Register your interest

Register an interest in our critical care nurse roles at King’s and a member of our team will be in touch to talk you through the opportunities available. If you have the relevant requirements, we’ll get you booked on to an assessment centre and send you some documentation to complete


Documents you'll need for Kings NHS Hospital

Gather your documents

The documentation you are required to complete and/or evidence is as follows and will be required on the day of the assessment centre:

  • NHS application form
  • Occupation health form
  • Model declaration form A, to verify your DBS history
  • NHS identification proof
  • Proof of current DBS certification


Attend the Kings Assessment Centre

Attend the assessment centre

The assessment centre will take place at King’s College NHS hospital and on the day you’ll be asked to undertake the following:

  • A get to know you session, where the Trust will review your skills and experience
  • A written test assessing your approach to a range of clinical scenarios
  • An adult drugs calculation test
  • An interview with the assessment panel


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We will feedback to you

Whether you’re successful or unsuccessful we’ll always provide feedback on the outcome of your assessment centre. If successful, you’ll receive a non-conditional offer of employment.



We'll gather your references

If you receive a conditional offer, we’ll proceed with referencing to cover the last three years and we’ll also need proof that you’re eligible to work in the UK.


Induction at Kings College NHS Foundation Trust

Induction at King's NHS Hospital

To ensure you’re fully comfortable in your new surroundings and hit the ground running, you’ll receive a week long induction, plus a period of clinical supernumerary time.