We take great pride in our reputation as one of the best healthcare providers in the world. This is a direct reflection of the calibre of our individually selected consultants, our exemplary nurses and all our clinical and non-clinical staff who provide an excellent service to our patients.
Being a relatively small hospital in size enables all our staff to work as a tightly-knit team. This is reassuring for our patients, who value the integrated care and individual attention they receive from all members of staff.
Everyone who works here is committed to delivering exemplary care with professionalism, attention to detail and personalised care. We support our staff to achieve the very highest standards with a strong focus on learning and development, as well as rewarding them with competitive pay and an attractive benefits package, market-leading leave allowance and the support, respect and autonomy to achieve their best.
If you can see yourself as part of this team, and we have a vacancy that suits your skills, we look forward to hearing from you.
We are aware of a current employment scam, where a recruiter is offering positions (usually to international persons) at the hospital which do not exist. Please be aware that we would never offer a job without a formal interview process and all our available roles are posted on our website.
We will never ask for your credit card details during the recruitment process.
Please immediately report these emails as phishing.
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At King Edward VII’s Hospital, we want to reward our staff for the amazing job that they do.
As part of the team you will have access to a range of benefits for your work and home life.
We offer a variety of benefits that take into consideration how you commute to work, your health and well-being, as well as during your employment with us; looking after your meals, accommodation and recognising your service and any staff referrals you make to the Hospital.
Take a look at the full range of benefits on offer when working here:
Our Hospital values are at the heart of everything that we do, and we strongly believe it is our people that drive these every day.
In joining King Edward VII’s Hospital you will be part of a team who have a true passion and commitment to patient care, taking pride in the high level of service that they provide to any of our stakeholders.
“I enjoy working at King Edward VII’s Hospital because the people I work with are not just my colleagues but my friends too. I have worked across a few different departments and everyone is always so welcoming and helpful when it comes to learning a new role. It is nice that people make an effort to get to know one another and there is always someone to greet you with a smile in the corridor!”
Lauren Bartlett – Booking & Enquiries Coordinator
“King Edward VII Hospital makes me feel that it is possible to excel and provide the best care for my patients by supporting my development and supplying the resources I need to do a good job. Working with a friendly team, and having the ability to impact on decisions throughout the organisation allows my role to be rewarding on a daily basis. This kind of job satisfaction (and the yummy free meals) would be difficult to find anywhere else.”
Tonya Kloppers – Matron
King Edward VII’s Hospital is located on a quiet street in the famous Harley Street medical district. Your place of work will be a stones throw from the local cafes, restaurants, shops and bars of Marylebone High Street, and less than 10 minutes walk to your preferred underground or train station. Although you receive complimentary meals every day, you are spoiled for choice if you prefer to go out for your lunch, with a selection of supermarkets and high street chains on your doorstep, and the pretty Paddington Street Gardens offering a tranquil escape from your busy day.
For your commute, you are within walking distance of both London Underground and National Rail stations:
Baker Street 10 min walk – Bakerloo, Jubilee, Hammersmith and City Lines
Regent’s Park 10 min walk – Bakerloo Line
Bond Street 10 min walk – Jubilee and Central Lines
Marylebone 15-20 min walk – National Rail and Bakerloo line